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U. S. Helsinki Commission

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We are a US government agency that promotes human rights, military security, and economic cooperation in 57 countries in Europe, Eurasia, and North America. Nine Commissioners are members of the Senate, nine are members of the House of Representatives, and three are executive branch officials.

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Chairman

Representative Christopher H. Smith

Co-Chairman

Senator Roger F. Wicker

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Baltic Security Focus of Upcoming Helsinki Commission Briefing

Nuclear Pollution in the Arctic: the Next Chernobyl?

Our Impact by Country

Ongoing Human Rights and Security Violations in Russian-Occupied Crimea

Helsinki Commission to Examine Threat Posed by Nuclear Pollution in the Arctic

Human Rights, Military Security in Crimea under the Microscope at Upcoming Helsinki Commission Briefing

Smith: Azerbaijan Referendum Lacks Legitimacy

Atrocities in Iraq & Syria: Relief for Survivors and Accountability for Perpetrators

Moldova at a Crossroads

Hearing Addresses Genocide, War Crimes Driving Refugee Crisis in OSCE

Bipartisan Legislation to Bring Back Convicted Criminals Abroad Passes Subcommittee

Smith: Offer Victims of Genocide in Iraq and Syria a Lifeline

Helsinki Commission Briefing to Examine Challenges to Moldovan Security, Including Russian Destabilization Efforts

Helsinki Commission Honored for Work on Ukraine

Atrocities in Iraq, Syria Focus of Upcoming Helsinki Commission Hearing

The Helsinki Process and the OSCE

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