Paul Fritch argues the case that despite its subtracters the OSCE mission to Ukraine has been an efficient and capable operator, restrained more by its mandate than by lack of ability.
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Christian Nünlist argues that under active Swiss leadership, the OSCE found renewed relevance during the Ukraine Crisis. Despite clear limits, the OSCE’s field mission to Ukraine plays a unique and useful role during the conflict.
The OSCE Special Monitoring Mission to Ukraine: lessons from the first year and opportunities for the future
OSCE Secretary General Lamberto Zannier writes exclusively for the ELN.
Sergei Guriev, former Rector of the New Economic School in Moscow, argues that the “sanctions have not worked” argument is incorrect arguing that they have resulted in Russia’s recognition that Donetsk and Luhansk are part of Ukraine.
Thomas Frear analyses the Ukrainian-Transnistrian relationship in light of Ukraine’s conflict with Russia, arguing that the functional interaction between Kiev and Tiraspol belies a much needed diplomatic nuance on the part of the new Ukrainian regime.
Guner Ozkan outlines Ankara’s approach to the frozen conflicts on its borders, analysing a complex regional security structure in which Turkey must be careful to balance the competing interests of its neighbours.