The history of the Organization for Security in Europe (OSCE)

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OSCE summit
Mainichi Shimbun, 21 November 1999. The Turkey summit meeting of the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE) signed the landmark Charter for European Security and a modification of an earlier agreement on conventional forces in Europe that reduces previous limits on armaments.
Joint NGO & National Bodies Statement for the OSCE Conference on Racism, Xenophobia and Discrimination
Delivered by Ms Tanya Lokshina of the Moscow Helsinki Group, 4–5 September 2003. We are convinced that today the OSCE should to a greater extent focus on human rights per se and take a proactive approach in protecting human rights, including the rights of vulnerable minority groups.
Palestinians blast anti-Semitism meet
By Khalid Amayreh, al-Jazeerah, Thursday 29 April 2004. A two-day international conference held under the auspices of the Organisation for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE), is expected to issue a set of decisions and recommendations linking some anti-Israeli sentiments to anti-Semitism. Criticism from Palestinians who describe the conference as a red herring and a sly distraction aimed at diverting attention from their oppression by Israel.