Appendix 6 has instructed a human rights commission to „help (the parties) meet their obligations under this agreement.“  These „obligations“ concern not only the European Convention on Human Rights, but also sixteen other „international agreements listed in the appendix of this annex.“  The Commission on Human Rights should be the leading agency for the defence and promotion of human rights in Bosnia and Herzegovina. Once again, however, the role of the body created by the DPA was to „help“ and not to „educate“ or impose this case. Under this system, the parties check the other party`s stocks. This situation was slow, as the parties could not separate political and practical military issues, the data on the armed forces were imprecise and the parties did not communicate to the OSCE changes in participation of 10% or more, as required by the Florence agreement. However, the situation has improved somewhat over time.  Why was the summer of 1995 different? Why did a strong consensus on a concerted strategy after a two-year absence from the Clinton administration? The answer lies in part in the horror of Srebrenica – a feeling that the Bosnian Serbs had gone too far this time. This certainly turned out to be the case at the Pentagon, where Secretary of Defense William Perry and JCS President John Shalikashvili took the lead in pushing for an aggressive air offensive, finally agreed in London. But the real reason was the discernible sense that Bosnia was the cancer that would devour American foreign policy, as Clinton`s national security adviser Anthony Lake said. The credibility of the United States abroad has been significantly undermined by what has happened in Bosnia and by the inability of America and NATO to end it. Faced with the presidential elections in just over a year`s time, the White House, in particular, felt the need to find a way out. The OSCE Regional Stabilization Department`s mission is to help implement Articles II, IV and to define the conditions for the eventual implementation of Article V.. In addition, various seminars, training programmes and courses are organised to bring together former belligerents or, at the very least, to offer a minimum of communication and coordination. These include an effort to „democratize“ the armed forces and the establishment of a code of conduct for mid- and senior officers.