The geographical region of the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe – stretching from North America to Central Asia – is witnessing a period of tension and insecurity unlike any since the Cold War. In recent years new violent conflicts have erupted and longstanding ones have reignited. Enduring rivalries and persistent mistrust bubble under the surface of many societies, raising fears of renewed civil conflicts on the horizon. A gap of legitimacy between peoples and their institu...


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