‘The OSCE suspension of the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia’ from the Helsinki Monitor

In an article published in 1998 in the quarterly publication Helsinki Monitor, Valery Perry, a doctoral student at George Mason University in Virginia, USA, analyses the pros and cons of one of the most controversial decisions taken by the Organisation for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE) since it was established, namely the suspension of the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia (Serbia and Montenegro) in 1992.

Source and copyright

Source: Helsinki Monitor. Netherlands Helsinki Committee (NHC). [ON-LINE]. [The Hague]: [10.11.2005]. Available on http://www.nhc.nl/hm/1998/vol4/perry.pdf.

Copyright: The Netherlands Helsinki Committee

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