Some Thoughts about the Development of CSCE Instruments in the Field of Peace and Security Rob Si ekmann Introduction During the second Meeting of the Ministers for Foreign Affairs of the CSCE in Prague on 30 and 31 January 1992 the conclusion was reached that the capabilities of the CSCE to engage in crisis management and conflict preven- tion and resolution should be improved. So, the Council requested the Helsinki Follow-up Meeting to study the possibilities for improving fact-finding instruments and rapporteur missions, monitor missions, good offices,. counselling and conciliation, and dispute settlement. In this context the Helsinki Follow-up Meeting should also give careful consideration to 'possibil- ities for CSCE peacekeeping or a CSCE role in peacekeeping'. This last point is remarkable, since, as far as I know, it is the first time that the term 'peace- keeping', which has a long history in the United Nations, has been used with regard to the CSCE in an official document. What do peace-keeping operations mean for the cscE and how could this be given concrete form? However, before an answer can be given to questions like these, it is absolutely neces- sary, first, to give an outline of the
Helsinki Monitor (in 2008 continued as Security and Human Rights) – Brill
Published: Jan 1, 1992
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