Search: Ukraine,Syria,OSCE (2 materials)

Breaking the U.S.-Russia Impasse: Keeping the Door Open to Dialogue

... Ukraine? Is a new format for the Minsk talks needed? Should the U.S., and possibly Turkey, join the Minsk talks along with Russia, Ukraine, France and Germany? Would a peacekeeping mission under OSCE auspices prove acceptable if Kiev, Moscow and the eastern Ukrainian autonomists could agree? What would be the conditions ... ... Turkey now help mediate between the U.S., Europeans and Russia over the disputes in the Caucasus and Black Sea, as well as in Syria? How should the U.S., EU and Russia respond to Ankara’s new turn toward authoritarianism? What if NATO also dropped efforts ...


Ukraine and Syria – How Far Will We Go?

... of bigger picture or it could be become subsumed into a much bigger story of the economic integration of the Eurasian landmass. In the view of recent dramatic events in Syria and especially if we look at the news headlines, don’t you think that Ukraine is overshadowed by Syrian crisis? There is a potential, if the politics allow, for the OSCE to demonstrate that they have the capability to develop search instruments for implementing peace agreements on a scale which could actually help not just Europe but also the wider international community to figure out how one does these kinds of ...


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