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Security Community, 4/2014

Inside this issue: Ministerial Council in Basel; Meet the Chairperson-in-Office; Waging Peace with Water; For a Plurilogue in Ukraine.
Cover of the OSCE Magazine, Issue 4/2014

OSCE MAGAZINE, Issue 4/2014

Expert analysis of top security issues. Insight into what’s happening at the OSCE. A forum for exchanging views.

Cover image: Keyholes © Antoine van Dijck

 

Contents: Issue 4, 2014

#OSCE_4
Not Business as Usual: 
Ministerial Council in Basel_4

 

 

 



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Interview:
Meet the Chairperson-in-Office_8


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FROM THE FIELD
Stories from the OSCE Mission to Serbia:
A Happy Alliance_22
The Palić Process: For a Brighter Future_23
Roma Inclusion_24
Walk and Talk_25 
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Security Community:
Waging Peace with Water_13

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ONE QUESTION
The View from Belgrade:
Heads of the OSCE Mission_16
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FOCUS
Measuring Peace?_26
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OPEN FORUM
For a Plurilogue in Ukraine_28
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PERCOLATIONS_30

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Building a community

Your View

We welcome your comments on security issues.Selected comments will be published. Send your views to: oscemagazine@osce.org

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Written contributions on aspects of politico-military, economic and environmental or human security are welcome. Texts are subject to editing. Contact oscemagazine@osce.org

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Let us use our new magazine as a vehicle for an open exchange of views and constructive dialogue to encourage convergence among participating States and their societies and thus clear the way for building a true security community.

Secretary General Lamberto Zannier