This map layer shows where the Open Skies Treaty has been ratified.
Example of how to read the map:
Greece has ratified the Open Skies Treaty.
Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe - OSCE
With its headquarters in Vienna and founded in 1973, the OSCE is made up of 57 participating states and eleven countries with “partners for cooperation” status. The organization grew out of the Conference on Security and Co-operation in Europe (CSCE). The OSCE’s mission centres on peacekeeping and post-conflict reconstruction. In contrast to NATO, the OSCE is civil in structure and approach. Its activities are organized along three dimensions: a politico-military dimension, an economic and environmental dimension, and a humanitarian dimension. The OSCE does not have the legal status of an international organization, so its powers need clarification.
Arms Control Association
The Arms Control Association was founded in 1971 and has its seat in Washington, DC, United States. It is a non-partisan organization dedicated to promoting public understanding of and support for effective arms control policies and agreements. The organization provides policy-makers, the press and the interested public with regular publications and education programmes, through interviews, analyses and commentaries. The so-called Fact Sheets provide a basic overview of key agreements and issues of arms control, such as nuclear disarmament, or current nuclear negotiations.