Commission on Security and Cooperation in Europe


An independant agency of the United States Government charged with monitoring and encouraging compliance with the Helsinki Final Act and other commitments of the 55 countries participating in the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE).

KYLE PARKER - Mr. Parker joined the Commission on Security and Cooperation in Europe in 2006 as Policy Advisor for Eurasia. Prior to joining the Commission, he spent eight years at the American Foreign Policy Council managing public diplomacy programs with Russia and Ukraine. Having expertise in the political and cultural evolution of the post-Soviet space and religious affairs in the region, Mr. Parker has frequently appeared as a commentator on geopolitical issues in domestic and offshore media. He has been a guest lecturer at numerous policy forums and has served on task forces concerning the former Soviet states.