The Russian bibliography about the CSCE
which appeared in Moscow in 1978 lists in volume II the agreements/protocols of the USSR with Australia, Sweden, France, Portugal, Greece, the Netherlands, Norway, Finland, Denmark and Italy.
in the 1990's: Constructing European Security and Co-operation, Baden Baden, Nomos, 1993.
invite observers from any other CSCE
participating States and any appropriate private institutions and organizations who may wish to do so to observe the course of their national election proceedings, to the extent permitted by law.
We report optimized conditions for CSCE
analysis, together with an extensive formal diagnostic validation with the breast cancer genes as a model.
42) The Chairman of the Minsk Conference of the CSCE
in his report addressed to the President of the Security Council also confirmed the fact of "armed attacks" on the city of Agdam, while underlining that the military situation was such that Agdam posed no serious military threat.
Proceedings of the CSCE
Annual Conference, 3b, Halifax, Nava Scoutia, p.
During the CSCE
meetings, Soviet officials raised U.
was the first meaningful venue in which European countries, each with different values and ideals, coalesced to discuss various issues of mutual interest.
of Traded contracts contracts Average in expiring expiring inflation Commodity market in 1988 in 2001 rate Coffee (KC) CSCE
5 5 -5.
71) The CSCE
provides many examples of how an institution can provide confidence-building mechanisms (CBMs), both during the Madrid Conference in 1983, and after the Cold War in Helsinki in 1992.
Similarly, Craig Dunkerley, a former negotiator for the Conference on Security and Cooperation in Europe between EU countries and the Eastern bloc, argues that although European institutions cannot be exported directly to the region, there are central experiences and principles of the CSCE
experience that can be applied by Gulf states to their own distinct geopolitical environment.
They categorically and irrevocably declare that the commitments undertaken in the field of the human dimension of the CSCE
are matters of direct and legitimate concern to all participating states and do not belong exclusively to the internal affairs of the State concerned.