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osce Principles: Which Principles?

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The article explores the state of affairs of the basic principles of the Decalogue of Principles of the Helsinki Final Act of the osce after the violations of these principles by the Russian aggression against Ukraine. It gives an overview of the main features of the Decalogue as it was adopted in 1975 as well as more recent developments, in particular in relation to the non-intervention principle. Although several fundamental principles have been seriously violated, the author underlines the continued importance of the Decalogue and the need to make all efforts necessary to repair the amage.

Affiliations: 1: Security and justice expert working for the United Nations, the European Union and other organizations Co-Director of the osce Summer Academy in Austria since 1997


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