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The OSCE’s Mediation in the Transdniestrian Settlement Process

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Challenges of Third Party Engagement in a Post-Soviet Environment

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This article focuses on challenges to peace mediation in the post-Soviet context by looking at the the case study of the Transdniestrian (TD) settlement process. It offers a brief overview of the OSCE led TD process and aims to explain why the conflict has failed to “respond” to the OSCE (Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe) led mediation efforts. Highlighting key process design shortcomings, the article offers a series of recommendations to practitioners to improve mediation processes in the OSCE context.

Affiliations: 1: Head of the Eurasia Programme at Crisis Management Initiative (CMI)


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