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Berlin’s Strategic Moment

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The osce Chairmanship to Test its Emergent Leadership

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As Germany prepares to take on the chair of the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe (osce) in 2016 in the midst of Europe’s worst security crisis in a generation, crisis management is in the foreground—with a focus on containing risk and preventing escalation through diplomacy and sanctions against Russia. Yet Berlin is also fundamentally re-shaping its foreign and security policy across the board. Ultimately, Germany’s goal must be to restore a peaceful European security order: not on the terms of Vladimir Putin, but on the basis of the principles enshrined in the osce.

Affiliations: 1: Robert Bosch Senior Fellow at the Brookings Institution, Washington, dc


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