Russian Views of the osce and the 2016 German Chairmanship

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Andrei Zagorski Head of Department of Disarmament and Conflict Resolution, Evgeniy Primakov Institute of World Economy and International Relations, Russian Academy of Sciences, professor at the Moscow State Institute of International Relations ( mgimo-University).

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The article explores the challenges of the German osce Chairmanship against the background of the current stalemate within the osce and Russian policies. It argues that, despite the current engagement of the osce in Ukraine and its renaissance in Russian politics, the task of revitalizing the osce has not become easier. The German Chairmanship may be considered a success if it manages to unblock political dialogue within the osce and to redefine the agenda for future structured dialogue, which could be accepted as a fair deal in conjunction with the wider debate over a vision for a Wider Europe.

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