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Institute for Peace Research and Security Policy at the University of Hamburg

OSCE Insights 2020

Corona, War, Leadership Crisis
Nomos,  2021, 141 Pages

ISBN 978-3-8487-7830-0

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englischThe contributions to the 2020 edition of OSCE Insights examine the various crises the OSCE faced during that year. Themes include the efforts of the Minsk Group to manage the conflict over Nagorno-Karabakh and the implications of anti-coronavirus measures for the OSCE Code of Conduct on Politico-Military Aspects of Security. Furthermore, authors analyse OSCE conflict cycle tools, the OSCE’s role in the fight against antisemitism, the increasingly limited space for supporting democratic police governance in Central Asia, trust-building in the field of arms control, societal views on the conflict in Eastern Ukraine, relations between the OSCE and the Council of Europe, and Kazakhstan’s aspirations for hosting a connectivity center.


With contributions by

Andrew Baker, Valentina Cherevatenko, Cécile Druey, Filip Ejdus, Frank Evers, Cornelius Friesendorf, Richard Giragosian, André Härtel, Anna Hess, Julia Kaplan, Marietta König, Alexandre Lambert, Marina Lorenzini, Sebastian Mayer, Michael Raith, Sergei Rastoltsev, Philip Remler, Benjamin Schaller and Thomas Schmidt

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