From Reform to Realism: The Council of Europe
This chapter examines the reform of the Council of Europe. It suggests that the reform process should be able to address a number of generic and administrative issues, including its visibility and its specific niche or identity. It contends that the administrative side of the reform should include consolidation of existing structures and procedures to be able to address increasing challenges placed on regional organizations.
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