"The OSCE in Central Asia: Debating Police-related Activities" by Dr habil. Cornelius Friesendorf, is the first paper in the OSCE Insights series. It calls for a debate on the effects of OSCE police-related activities in Central Asia. Is the OSCE able to support democratic police governance in Central Asia? To what extent can the OSCE help improve human security? What are the limitations and risks of law enforcement support? This paper outlines how participating States that want the OSCE to support democratic policing can use opportunities, address limitations, and limit risks.
OSCE Insights, the successor to the OSCE Yearbook, is a new publication from the IFSH, published by Nomos in English, German and Russian. It reaches an international readership of practitioners, policy analysts, and scholars. Contributions to OSCE Insights comprise policy analyses and practitioner reports with a particular emphasis on translating findings from academic research for policy makers, and presenting concrete recommendations to the OSCE community. Our authors include academics, policy analysts, politicians, and officials from participating States and the OSCE.
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