The OSCE: A problem child with growth disorders1 Peter Kooijmans The United Nations has not been terribly popular in the year in which it celebrates its fiftieth anniversary, mainly because of the relative lack of success of its peacekeeping operations in a number of countries. It is, however, often remarked that if the organization did not exist it would in any event have to be established. No such thing is said about the 20-year-old CSCE/oSCE. On the contrary, if it were decided to disband it on its twentieth anniversary, few tears would probably be shed in the member countries. Although the Budapest summit attracted attention, this had more to do with President Yeltsin's fierce invective and his warning of a 'cold peace' and with President Izetbegovic's denunciation of Western policy on Bosnia than with the lack of progress on implementing a form of cooperation that should, according to the Helsinki summit of 1992, be equipped in such a way as to meet the challenges of change. Nonetheless, the latter is in my view more important than the displays of European bad temper which substantially dominated the media coverage of the meeting. The lack of progress in equipping the
Helsinki Monitor (in 2008 continued as Security and Human Rights) – Brill
Published: Jan 1, 1995
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