The osce’s Platform for Co-operative Security

An Opportunity for Multilateral Coherence

in Security and Human Rights
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The Platform for Co-operative Security was adopted as part of the 1999 Charter for European Security in order to strengthen cooperation between security organizations. Its full potential as an instrument for multilateral coherence, as envisaged by the text of the Charter, remains unexploited, however. This is due in part to the osce’s peripheral position in the European security architecture and in part to the competition for political influence and resources between international organizations. A more pragmatic approach towards the Platform could help surmount some of the complex political dynamics hampering its full implementation.

The osce’s Platform for Co-operative Security

An Opportunity for Multilateral Coherence

in Security and Human Rights

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4

M. Carbone“Mission Impossible: The European Union and Policy Coherence for Development” in European Integration2008 Vol. 30 No. 3 p. 326.

5

C. de Coning and K. Friis“Coherence and Coordination. The Limits of the Comprehensive Approach” in Journal of International Peacekeeping2011 Vol. 15 p. 246f.

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 See M. Cremona“Coherence through Law: What difference will the Treaty of Lisbon make?” in Hamburg Review of Social Sciences2008 Vol. 3 pp. 11–36.

20

O. Pavlyuk ibid p. 357.

23

O. Pavlyuk ibid p. 349.

26

O. Pavlyuk ibid p. 357.

27

C. de Coning and K. Friis“Coherence and Coordination. The Limits of the Comprehensive Approach” in Journal of International Peacekeeping2011 Vol. 15 p. 261f.

30

C. de Coning and K. Friis ibid p. 244.

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