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Corona, War, Leadership Crisis

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OSCE Insights OSCE Insights 2020 Corona, War, Leadership Crisis Institute for Peace Research and Security Policy at the University of Hamburg [ed.] BUT_OSCE-Insights_print2020_E_7830-0.indd 2 29.03.21 11:37 2.Auflage OSCE Insights OSCE Insights 2020 Corona, War, Leadership Crisis Institute for Peace Research and Security Policy at the University of Hamburg [ed.] BUT_OSCE-Insights_print2020_E_7830-0.indd 3 29.03.21 11:37 The Deutsche Nationalbibliothek lists this publication in the Deutsche Nationalbibliografie; detailed bibliographic data are available on the Internet at http://dnb.d-nb.de ISBN 978-3-8487-7830-0 (Print) 978-3-7489-2233-9 (ePDF) British Library Cataloguing-in-Publication Data A catalogue record for this book is available from the British Library. ISBN 978-3-8487-7830-0 (Print) 978-3-7489-2233-9 (ePDF) Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Data Institute for Peace Research and Security Policy at the University of Hamburg OSCE Insights 2020 Corona, War, Leadership Crisis Institute for Peace Research and Security Policy at the University of Hamburg (ed.) 141 pp. Includes bibliographic references. ISBN 978-3-8487-7830-0 (Print) 978-3-7489-2233-9 (ePDF) 1st Edition 2020 © Institute for Peace Research and Security Policy at the University of Hamburg (ed.) Published by Nomos Verlagsgesellschaft mbH & Co. KG Waldseestraße 3-5 | 76530 Baden-Baden www.nomos.de Production of the printed version: Nomos Verlagsgesellschaft mbH & Co. KG Waldseestraße 3-5 | 76530 Baden-Baden ISBN (Print): 978-3-8487-7830-0 ISBN (ePDF): 978-3-7489-2233-9 DOI: https://doi.org/10.5771/9783748922339 This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution – Non Commercial – No Derivations 4.0 International License. Onlineversion Nomos eLibrary Editor-in-Chief: Cornelius Friesendorf, IFSH BUT_OSCE-Insights_print2020_E_7830-0.indd 4 29.03.21 11:37 Contents Introduction to OSCE Insights 2020: The OSCE in Crisis Mode 7 Cornelius Friesendorf The OSCE in Central Asia: Debating Police-related Activities 13 Cornelius Friesendorf Combating Antisemitism in Europe: Is the OSCE up to the Challenge? 29 Andrew Baker Addressing the Conflict Cycle: The OSCE’s Evolving Toolbox 43 Michael Raith Kazakhstan’s OSCE Connectivity Ambitions: Trade Promotion and Norm Resistance 59 Sebastian Mayer Deployment of Armed Forces During the Coronavirus Crisis: Compliance with the OSCE Code of Conduct? 71 Alexandre Lambert, Filip Ejdus, Thomas Schmidt OSCE Minsk Group: Lessons from the Past and Tasks for the Future 85 Philip Remler, Richard Giragosian, Marina Lorenzini, Sergei Rastoltsev No Fair-Weather Instrument: The Need to Rethink Military Confidence Building in Europe 101 Benjamin Schaller The Minsk Process: Societal Perceptions and Narratives 113 Cécile Druey, Anna Hess, Julia Kaplan, Valentina Cherevatenko Enhancing Cooperation Between the OSCE and the Council of Europe 129 Frank Evers, André Härtel, Marietta König 5

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Schlagworte

human rights, Kazakhstan, conflict prevention, Antisemitism, Central Asia, European security, OSCE, Berg-Karabach, Minsker Abkommen, Konnektivität, Kasachstan, VSBM, Sicherheitssektorreform, Coronakrise, europäische Sicherheit, Konfliktmanagement, Rüstungskontrolle, OSZE, Europarat, Ukraine, Menschenrechte, Zentralasien, Antisemitismus

Keywords

Council of Europe, Nagorno-Karabakh, Minsk process, CSBMs, security sector reform, arms control, COVID-19 crisis, connectivity

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Abstract

The contributions to the 2020 edition of OSCE Insights examine the various crises the OSCE faced during that year. Themes include the efforts of the Minsk Group to manage the conflict over Nagorno-Karabakh and the implications of anti-coronavirus measures for the OSCE Code of Conduct on Politico-Military Aspects of Security. Furthermore, authors analyse OSCE conflict cycle tools, the OSCE’s role in the fight against antisemitism, the increasingly limited space for supporting democratic police governance in Central Asia, trust-building in the field of arms control, societal views on the conflict in Eastern Ukraine, relations between the OSCE and the Council of Europe, and Kazakhstan’s aspirations for hosting a connectivity center. With contributions byAndrew Baker, Cornelius Friesendorf, Frank Evers, André Härtel, Marietta König, Sebastian Mayer, Michael Raith, Filip Ejdus, Alexandre Lambert, Thomas Schmidt, Marina Dolcetta Lorenzini, Anna Hess Sargsyan, Philip Remler, Richard Giragosian, Sergey Rastoltsev and Benjamin Schaller.

Zusammenfassung

Die Beiträge der OSCE Insights untersuchen verschiedene Krisen, mit denen die Organisation während des Jahres 2020 konfrontiert war. Themen sind u. a. die Vermittlung der Minsk-Gruppe im Konflikt über Bergkarabach und die Frage, inwiefern Anti-Corona-Gesetze und Praktiken mit dem Verhaltenskodex zu Politisch-Militärischen Aspekten der Sicherheit vereinbar sind. Die AutorInnen untersuchen weiterhin Instrumente der OSZE beim Konfliktzyklus, die Rolle der OSZE beim Kampf gegen Antisemitismus, den immer geringeren Spielraum bei der Unterstützung demokratischer Polizeiarbeit in Zentralasien, Vertrauensbildung in der Rüstungskontrolle, gesellschaftliche Wahrnehmungen des Konflikts in der Ostukraine, die Beziehungen zwischen der OSZE und dem Europarat sowie die Bemühungen Kasachstans um ein Konnektivitätszentrum. Mit Beiträgen vonAndrew Baker, Cornelius Friesendorf, Frank Evers, André Härtel, Marietta König, Sebastian Mayer, Michael Raith, Filip Ejdus, Alexandre Lambert, Thomas Schmidt, Marina Dolcetta Lorenzini, Anna Hess Sargsyan, Philip Remler, Richard Giragosian, Sergey Rastoltsev und Benjamin Schaller.

Schlagworte

human rights, Kazakhstan, conflict prevention, Antisemitism, Central Asia, European security, OSCE, Berg-Karabach, Minsker Abkommen, Konnektivität, Kasachstan, VSBM, Sicherheitssektorreform, Coronakrise, europäische Sicherheit, Konfliktmanagement, Rüstungskontrolle, OSZE, Europarat, Ukraine, Menschenrechte, Zentralasien, Antisemitismus

Keywords

Council of Europe, Nagorno-Karabakh, Minsk process, CSBMs, security sector reform, arms control, COVID-19 crisis, connectivity