The Human Dimension of the Helsinki Process

The Human Dimension of the Helsinki Process : The Vienna Follow-up Meeting and its Aftermath

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  • Hardback | 336 pages
  • 155 x 235 x 25.4mm | 672g
  • Dordrecht, Netherlands
  • English
  • 1991 ed.
  • 0792313372
  • 9780792313373

Table of contents

List of Abbreviations. Foreword. A: The Vienna Meeting and its Aftermath. 1.The Conference that Came in from the Cold; A General Survey of the Course of the Vienna Follow-up Meeting in Particular from the Point of View of the Human Dimension of the CSCE; C. van Esterik, H. Minnema.2. The Role of the Neutral and Non-Aligned Countries at the Vienna Meeting; S. Lehne, H. Neuhold.3. A New CSCE Human Rights `Catalogue': The Copenhagen Meeting of the Conference on the Human Dimension of the CSCE; A. Bloed.B: CSCE Mechanisms and Procedures of Implementation. 4.Supervisory Mechanism of the Human Dimension of the CSCE: Its Setting-Up in Vienna, its Present Functioning and its Possible Development towards a General Procedure for the Peaceful Settlement of CSCE Disputes; A. Bloed, P. van Dijk.5. Initiating the CSCE Supervisory Procedure: The Case of the Netherlands and Czechoslovakia; F. Coomans, L. Lijnzaad.6. Paris, Copenhagen, and Moscow; H.J. Hazewinkel.C: Case Studies of Separate Rights. 7.Freedom of Expression in the Framework of the CSCE; V. Dimitrijevic.8. The CSCE Norms on Freedom of Religion and their Effects on the Reform of Soviet Legislation on Religion; O. Luchterhandt (Epilogue; B.G. Tahzib). 9. Rights of Minorities and Self-Determination in the Framework of the CSCE; F. Ermacora.D: Annexes: The Vienna Follow-up Meeting (1986-1989): I.Concluding Document of the Vienna Follow-up Meeting of the CSCE (15 January, 1989). II. Proposal (WT.2) of the USSR for the Convening of a Conference on Humanitarian Co-operation (10 December, 1986). III. Proposal (WT.19) of Belgium, Canada, Denmark, France, the FRG, Greece, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, Norway, Portugal, Spain, Turkey, the United Kingdom and the USA on the Human Dimension of the CSCE (4 February, 1987). Documents of CSCE Meetings after Vienna: IV:Report of the Copenhagen Meeting of the Conference on the Human Dimension of the CSCE (29 June, 1990). V: Charter of Paris for a New Europe (21 November, 1990). VI: Report of the CSCE Meeting of Experts on Peaceful Settlement of Disputes (Valletta, 8 February, 1991). Selected Bibliography. Index; S.C. van Eyk.
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Review Text

' To conclude, the Bloed & Van Dijk edited book is highly recommended not only for scholars of the CSCE, as well as for specialists on human rights, international organizations and multilateral diplomacy, but also for practitioners (diplomats, politicians) working in the CSCE, as well as for journalists and the wider public. '
Helsinki Monitor .
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'To conclude, the Bloed & Van Dijk edited book is highly recommended not only for scholars of the CSCE, as well as for specialists on human rights, international organizations and multilateral diplomacy, but also for practitioners (diplomats, politicians) working in the CSCE, as well as for journalists and the wider public.'
Helsinki Monitor.
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