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Security and Human Rights Monitor The Security and Human Rights Monitor (SHR Monitor) is a multifaceted platform that provides analysis on the work of the OSCE, as well as on security and human rights challenges stemming from the OSCE region and beyond.
09 May 2018
Three ways to reform the OSCE leadership model
Analysis
“The OSCE needs to be made more fit for purpose”
Italian OSCE Chairmanship promotes social and green entrepreneurship in the Mediterranean region
“Quiet diplomacy may have to be replaced with a more vocal engagement”
OSCE Secretary General Commends the Netherlands Helsinki Committee at its 30th Anniversary
Interview with Arie Bloed, Editor-in-Chief of the Security and Human Rights Monitor and Co-Founder of the Netherlands Helsinki Committee
Multipolar or Multilateral? A choice of models for the security order 2.0: Congress of Vienna, Yalta, Helsinki
The OSCE in 2030? Let’s First Survive the New Cold War
OSCE Parliamentary Assembly Winter Meeting: Interview with Robert A. Hand
“Communication channels should be kept open at all times”
Munich Security Conference: “We need to move away from the brink”
Munich Security Conference: A World Out of Joint
Italian OSCE Chairmanship: Creativity Needed to Tackle Challenges Ahead

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