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               SECURITY  AND  HUMAN   RIGHTS 30 (2019) 1-22
                                                                 SECURRY AND
 BRILL                                                           HUMAN RIGHTS
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The OS C E Institutional and Operational

Possibilities in the Modern Conflict Resolution

By Example  of the Activity of the OSCE Special Monitoring Mission to
Ukraine


        Lesia Dorosh
        Associate Professor, Department of Political Science and International
        Relations, Lviv Polytechnic National University, Lviv, Ukraine
        lesia.o.dorosh@lpnu.ua


        Olga Ivasechko
        Associate Professor, Department of Political Science and International
        Relations, Lviv Polytechnic National University, Lviv, Ukraine
        ivasechko.2on@ukr.net



        Abstract


The  strengths and weaknesses of the OSCE Special Monitoring Mission (sMM) to
Ukraine are analyzed including the effectiveness of the organization's activities in re-
solving modern international conflicts, as well as its opportunities and challenges in
this process. The OSCE SMM activities in Ukraine are investigated, mainly its institu-
tional and procedural dimensions. Emphasis is placed on the idea that the OSCE is the
main and only international governmental institution that promptly responds to the
emergence  of conflicts, uses already developed methods for their solution, and pro-
vides all members  with information on compliance  with the agreement by  the
parties.



        Keywords


OSCE  - OSCE Special Monitoring Mission - Ukraine conflict - conflict resolution -
international security





©  LESIA DOROSH AND OLGA IVASECHKO, 2020 I DOI:10.1163/18750230-03001009
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