‘Christopher Anstis: CSCE mark II: Back to Helsinki from Paris via Berlin and Prague’ from the NATO Review

In an article published in April 1992 in the NATO Review, Christopher Anstis, Director of the International Security Policy and CSCE Affairs Division at the Canadian Department of External Affairs, analyses the changes in the Conference on Security and Cooperation in Europe (CSCE) after the 1990 Paris Summit, with particular regard to its structures and its composition, and draws attention to the difficulties involved in the introduction of the CSCE’s own crisis management and conflict prevention mechanism, which would entail, among other things, the establishment of a ‘consensus minus one’ procedure.

Source and copyright

Source: NATO Review. April 1992, n° 2, Vol. 40. Brussels: NATO.

Copyright: NATO / OTAN

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