Ukraine’s domestic resilience is as important a contribution to European and global security in the long term as the immediate imperative of deterring Russian aggression.
Engagement with China must not lead to a further weakening of the OSCE human dimension, which is already under a lot of pressure.
The Taliban takeover of Afghanistan poses local, regional and global stability challenges for the OSCE and its participating States.
Ukraine can find advantage in geopolitical competition while reducing its sense of disempowerment.
China has become a significant actor in the OSCE area at a time of deep divisions among participating States.
2021 is meant to be Libya’s transitional year. The new interim government faces huge tasks.
Subnational governance is at the heart of the ongoing conflict in Libya.
To resolve the conflict, the Biden administration will have to grasp the nettle of subnational governance reform and be prepared to work with the Houthis.
Within days of Maia Sandu’s victory, the protracted conflict over Transnistria has moved to the centre stage again.