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Security And Co Operation In Europe

Author: Alexis Heraclides
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1135195099
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The human dimension of the Conference on Security and Co-operation in Europe (CSCE) implies an alternative vision of security and co-operation in Europe, based on respect for human rights, democracy, the rule of law, minority rights and human contacts. Until recently the human dimension has been the main claim to perpetuity of the CSCE. It has been through the years the main point of controversy among its participating states, and has played an important role in the revolutionary events of 1989 which transformed Europe.

The Conference On Security And Co Operation In Europe

Author: Arie Bloed
Publisher: Martinus Nijhoff Publishers
ISBN: 0792325931
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Since the revolutionary events in the former socialist states in Central and Eastern Europe, the Conference on Security and Co-operation in Europe (CSCE) has been the subject of a fundamental change.

The Challenges Of Change

Author: Arie Bloed
Publisher: Martinus Nijhoff Publishers
ISBN: 9780792330899
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On 9 and 10 July 1992, the Heads of State or Government of 51 participating states of the Conference on Security and Co-operation in Europe (CSCE) convened in the Finnish capital, Helsinki. This meeting, which became known as Helsinki-II, marked an important milestone in the history of the CSCE process which was born at the same place about two decades previously. This collection of essays analyzes the results of the Helsinki Summit and the major issues which were debated. Topics range from political and security dimension of the CSCE, economic cooperation and the protection of the environment, to human dimension issues. Most authors were engaged in (parts of) the negotiation process which led to the Helsinki Document.

The Future Of Europe

Publisher: DIANE Publishing
ISBN: 1428990380
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In support of the Academy Assembly, the Directorate of Libraries, Dean of the Faculty, produces a special bibliography of Air Force Academy library materials relevant to the current year's theme. The theme for the 2001/2002 academic year is: The Future of Europe: Integration or Fragmentation. This year's bibliography, number 98 in the library's Special Bibliography Series, was prepared by Frances K. Scott, Social Sciences Bibliographer and Reference Librarian, who has prepared the annual Academy Assembly bibliography tor the past ten years.

From Helsinki To Belgrade

Author: Vladimir Bilandzic
Publisher: V&R unipress GmbH
ISBN: 3899719387
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After the heads of state and government of almost all European countries, the USA, and Canada signed the Final Act of the Conference on Security and Cooperation in Europe in Helsinki on August 1st, 1975, little was heard about the CSCE process. However, far away from the headline-grabbing meetings between the leading politicians of the USA and the USSR as well as the Geneva negotiations on disarmament, the Helsinki process proved to be an efficient framework for the East-West negotiations. The inconclusive Belgrade CSCE Meeting of 1977-1978 - after six months the delegations were only able to agree on a brief final document - was nevertheless a significant milestone for the CSCE process itself: negotiation rules were drawn up, interpreted, negotiated and re-negotiated. The contributions to this volume offer solid insights into the follow-up meeting in Belgrade in 1977/78, the Cold War, and in particular the CSCE process.


Author: Ian M. Cuthbertson
Publisher: Institute for East-West Studies
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Small States And The Security Challenge In The New Europe

Author: Werner Bauwens
Publisher: Potomac Books Incorporated
ISBN: 9781857531534
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This book raises the question of the long-term security of the small state. It asks specifically how that quandary manifests itself in Europe after 1989. The overall argument is that small states are becoming increasingly prominent - to some extent also problematic - actors in post-Cold War Europe politics. This is partly a consequence of the diminished ambition, even bordering on reluctance, of great powers to assert their will. Partly it is the consequence of a confluence of other factors: there used to be a loose, tacit consensus on the respective roles of great powers and smaller states. That is no longer so. The transition from an actively supervised bipolar system to a nearly non-polar international system has been a slippery slope. It is as yet far from clear what the final outcome will be. The collapse of Yugoslavia and of the Soviet Union demonstrate the intractability of issues involving small states, in particular as those issues concern secession, independence and physical survival. The experience of the states liberated by the dissolution of communist power in Eastern Europe also demonstrates the hard lessons of survivability in economic terms. Indeed, the irony is that the answer to both the security problem and the economic dependence of small states is now widely perceived in these states themselves as being dependent on their participation in integration and at least the partial relinquishing of sovereignty.