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The Helsinki Commission convenes public hearings on OSCE-related issues, which regularly include testimony from senior members of the U.S. Administration; foreign ministers of OSCE participating States; and high-level representatives from international organizations such as the United Nations.

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Imprisoned in Uzbekistan: Politically Motivated Cases

THE OSCE OFFICE FOR DEMOCRATIC INSTITUTIONS AND HUMAN RIGHTS: ACCOMPLISHMENTS AND CHALLENGES

Germany’s Chairmanship of the OSCE: Priorities and Challenges

Combating Corruption in the OSCE Region: The Link between Security and Good Governance

Democracy in Albania: the Pace of Progress

Our Impact by Country

Georgia’s Parliamentary Election: How free and fair has the Campaign been, and how should the U.S. Government Respond?

Escalating Violence against Coptic Women and Girls: Will the New Egypt be more Dangerous than the Old?

The Security, Economic and Human Rights Dimensions of US-Azerbaijan Relations

Confronting Internal Challenges and External Threats

Anticipating and Preventing Deadly Attacks on European Jewish Communities

Resolving Crises in East Asia Through a New System of Collective Security: The Helsinki Process as a Model

Switzerland's Leadership of the OSCE

Best Practices for Rescuing Trafficking Victims

The Rule of Law and Civil Society in Azerbaijan

Northern Ireland: Stormont, Collusion, and the Finucane Inquiry

Ukraine's Upcoming Elections: A Pivotal Moment

Azerbaijan's Persecution of RFE/RL Reporter Khadija Ismayilova

Ukraine: Confronting Internal Challenges and External

Prerequisites for Progress in Northern Ireland

The Escalation of Violence Against Roma In Europe

Irish Chairmanship of the OSCE

Justice In The International Extradition System, The Case Of George Wright And Beyond

Healing the Wounds of Conflict and Disaster: Clarifying the Fate of Missing Persons in the OSCE Area

Ukraine's Leadership of the OSCE

Political Pluralism in the OSCE Mediterranean Partners?

Russian Violations of the Rule of Law: How Should the U.S. Respond? 3 Case Studies

THE TRAJECTORY OF DEMOCRACY – WHY HUNGARY MATTERS

Europe's Refugee Crisis: How Should the US, EU and OSCE Respond?

Religious Freedom, Anti-Semitism, and Rule of Law in Europe and Eurasia

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

Foreign Fighters: The Escalating Threat of ISIL in Central Asia

Combatting Corruption in Bosnia and Herzegovina

Fleeing to Live: Syrian Refugees in the OSCE Region

Developments in the Western Balkans and Policy Responses

A Century of Denial: The Armenian Genocide and the Ongoing Quest for Justice

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