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Reflections on Ireland’s Chairmanship in Office of the OSCE, 2012

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Ireland’s first Chairmanship in Office of the OSCE in 2012 came at a time when the organisation was facing a number of internal and external challenges and was suffering from significant internal divisions. Despite the challenges faced by Ireland, as a small country in the midst of a recession, the Chairmanship was broadly successful; the Dublin Ministerial Council adopted some important decisions; most of its modest and realistic objectives were successfully achieved and some progress was recorded in handling protracted conflicts. The one area in which there was disappointment was in the Human Dimension; this was largely due to structural flaws within the Organisation and divisions among its members.

Affiliations: 1: Ambassador, Head of the Task Force for Ireland’s Chairmanship in Office of the OSCE, 2012


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