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I will pay for the following article The Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe. The work is to be 12 pages with three to five sources, with in-text citations and a reference page. The organization is a primary instrument for warning, conflict prevention, crisis management and post-conflict rehabilitation dealing with three dimensions of security – the politico-military, the economic and environmental and the human dimension, which are also referred to as three baskets on OSCE which addresses the wide range of security-related concerns, including arms control, confidence – and – security building measures, human rights, national minorities, democratization, policing, strategies, counter-terrorism, and economic and environmental activities. Politico-military aims at formulating mechanisms for conflict prevention and resolution while seeking to enhance military security by promoting greater openness, transparency, and cooperation. The economic and environmental dimension includes the monitoring of developments among participating states while alerting them of any threat of conflict and assisting the creation of economic and environmental policies and related initiatives to promote security in OSCE region. The human dimension aims at ensuring full respect to human rights and fundamental freedoms. to abide by the rule of law, to promote the principles of democracy by building, strengthening and protecting democratic institutions, and to promote tolerance throughout the OSCE area (www.osce.org). McKenzie and Rupp (1998, 119) stated that OSCE reflects the challenges facing multilateral cooperation in the new and volatile era. The members of OSCE have committed themselves to promote security operation. Freire mentioned that post 9/11, most of the countries were concerned about the terrorism issues and OSCE was no exception in focusing on the need to respond to terrorism as a source of instability and an obstacle to the spread of democratization and rule of law principles (190). According to Cordell (1999, 62), the organization was the only international forum that defined respect for human rights as an essential factor for international security and not a purely domestic concern.