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osce Engagement in the Conflict Circle in Kyrgyzstan

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This article examines the osce engagement in conflict cycle during June 2010 events in the south of Kyrgyzstan. osce has been actively involved in conflict cycle’s main segment areas, such as early warning, conflict management and post-conflict rehabilitation in Kyrgyzstan. Although there are certain critical observations to be made concerning osce effectiveness and efficiency in its engagement strategy, commitment to be present and to perform adequately on the part of the Organization has been firm. osce is fully capable of strengthening its’ potential for better crisis prevention in Kyrgyzstan. A solid, long-term prioritization of conflict cycle is needed not only on the part of osce, but also from all other key international actors.

Affiliations: 1: Coordinator in Kyrgyzstan, Program Professional Education in Central Asia at giz (Deutsche Gesellschaft fuer Internationale Zusammenarbeit)


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