The OSCE suspension of the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Valery Perry Introduction The suspension of the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia (FRY)' was one of the most difficult, and in some ways, controversial decisions the OSCE has made since its establishment. The decision entailed consideration of several different issues, including the notion of consensus and 'consensus minus one', humanitarian crisis response and responsibility, and national sovereignty. The decision has also forced the OSCE to consider the most effective and appropriate method of dealing with crises occurring within the borders of participating States. As informal discussions regarding the status of the FRY'S suspension and possible full-reinstatement into the OSCE have become more frequent in 1998, and in light of the crisis in the Kosovo region of the FRY, a review of the debate leading up to the suspension, the terms of the suspension, and the issues surrounding the re-evaluation of the suspension will provide useful and necessary background information for analysis and decision. Decision-makers within the OSCE must ask a wide variety of questions pertaining to this issue. Should the OSCE continue the suspension, allowing the FRY'S chair at Permanent Council meetings to remain empty, as a statement against the
Helsinki Monitor (in 2008 continued as Security and Human Rights) – Brill
Published: Jan 1, 1998
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