Fostering relations with a host country: A case study of the OSCE and Tadjikistan

in Security and Human Rights
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Abstract

The OSCE's mandate for early warning, conflict prevention, conflict management and post-conflict rehabilitation based on its approach to comprehensive security through its network of field offices is implemented on a daily basis. Constructive relations with a host country are an important factor in their success, yet not always easy to achieve. This article provides a case study of one endeavour to strengthen these relations.

Fostering relations with a host country: A case study of the OSCE and Tadjikistan

in Security and Human Rights

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