Conflicts in the OSCE Area

Edited Volume

Simonsen, Sven Gunnar (ed.) (1997) Conflicts in the OSCE Area. Oslo: International Peace Research Institute, Oslo.

THIS BOOK is a third revised and expanded version of the publication Conflicts in the CSCE Area, which PRIO gave out for the first time in 1994. A number of people have contributed to the production of the total of 19 articles as they appear in this volume:

"This is the OSCE" is written by Ole Berthelsen.
The article "Former Yugoslavia" is written by Dan Smith, and updated for 1995-1996 events by Sven Gunnar Simonsen.
"Macedonia" is written by Sigurd Marstein, and updated by Sven Gunnar Simonsen.
"The Hungarians" is written by Sigurd Marstein, and updated by Sven Gunnar Simonsen.
"Albania" is written by Sigurd Marstein, and updated by Sven Gunnar Simonsen. Furthermore, Svein Mønnesland has contributed with useful comments to the last three articles.
"Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania" is written by Kjersti Løken, and updated and revised by Sven Gunnar Simonsen and Helge Blakkisrud.
"Belarus" is written by Sven Gunnar Simonsen.
"Moldova and the Dniester Republic" is written by Pål Kolstø.
"Ukraine" is written by Kjersti Løken and updated and revised by Tor Bukkvoll.
"Minorities and separatism in the Russian Federation" is written by Pavel Baev, and updated and revised by Helge Blakkisrud.
"Minorities in North-west Russia" is written by Pavel Baev, and updated and revised by Helge Blakkisrud.
"North Caucasus" is written by Pavel Baev.
"Chechnya" is written by Sven Gunnar Simonsen.
"Russian Minorities in the Former Soviet Union" is written by Pavel Baev, and updated and revised by Pål Kolstø.
"Georgia" is written by Pavel Baev.
"Armenia and Azerbaijan" is written by Kjersti Løken, and updated by Sven Gunnar Simonsen.
"Central Asia" is written by Nina Græger, and updated and revised by Pål Kolstø.
"Tadzhikistan" is written by Sven Gunnar Simonsen.
"The Kurds" is written by Kjersti Løken, and updated by Sven Gunnar Simonsen.

All articles are updated to include events up to November, 1996.

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Authors

Sven Gunnar Simonsen

Sven Gunnar Simonsen

Senior Researcher