It is vital to intensify the work on an architecture for peace across Europe that is based on the principles of Helsinki and Paris. The purpose of this report is to provoke further discussions on how this can be done without losing sight of the causes of the current crisis or suggesting that all parties bear equal responsibility or offering simple solutions that come at a cost that others will have to pay.
Table of contents
- Rethinking the European Security Order
The Region's Current Security Crisis: Competing Narratives
What Basis for a New European Security Order?
- Eastern Ukraine: Looking for Peace in Europe
Background to the Conflict
The Media Landscape in Eastern Ukraine
Eastern Ukraine's Internally Displaced Persons
The 2017 Blockade of Donbas
- What Values for a Common European Future?
Dealing with the Region's Past
Contemporary Political Discourse and Populism in the Region
- Conclusion: The Need for Shared Narratives to Bolster European Security
- Participants of the Quadrilogue Discussion Process