[Aaus-list] ASN / OSCE Event Monitoring Conflict in Ukraine!

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Tue Apr 21 13:41:07 EDT 2015

Note Both events below!

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Subject: ASN / OSCE Events
From:    "Ryan Kreider" <rk2780 at columbia.edu>
Date:    Tue, April 21, 2015 12:10 pm
To:      harriman-community at lists.columbia.edu

In conjunction with the OSCE panel on April 24 at ASN's 20th Annual World
Convention, OSCE representatives are organizing an "OSCE Café" on
Wednesday, April 22. Details below.

OSCE cafe New York

*OSCE Cafe*

*The OSCE: Monitoring the Crisis in Ukraine*

*Speaker*: John Crosby, Conflict Prevention Centre

*Time*: 15:00 to 17:00.

*Where*: Max Caffe <http://oscequilt.org/mag/camp-spots/osce-cafe-new-york>

1262 Amsterdam Ave, New York, NY

Register for this event oscecafe at osce.org

New York-The OSCE: Monitoring Conflict in Ukraine

*20th Annual ASN 2015 World Convention

*PANEL SE1 The OSCE: Monitoring Conflict in Ukraine*

*When: 14:50 to 16:50*

*Speakers*: John Crosby, Ursula Froese

*Where*: International Affairs Building, Columbia University.

*Background information on The OSCE Monitoring Conflict in Ukraine*

*The mandate of the OSCE Special Monitoring Mission to Ukraine (SMMU),
adopted by 57 participating States, aims at contributing to reducing
tensions and fostering peace, stability and security. The mandate includes
the task to “gather information and report on the security situation in the
area of operation”. In that respect, since its beginnings in the early
1970s, the OSCE has taken a broad and comprehensive approach to security
that has encompassed three complementary dimensions (political & military
dimension, economic & environmental dimension, human dimension), all of
which are viewed as being of equal importance. Another mandated task of the
SMMU is to “co-operate with … other actors of the international
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Myroslava Tomorug Znayenko
Professor Emerita
Slavic Languages and Literatures
Rutgers University
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