Russia and Eurasia Past Projects

Москва (Moscow) - Komsomolskaya metro station\jaime.silva\flickr cc http://www.flickr.com/photos/20792787@N00/4101353276/

Past projects from the Russia and Eurasia Program

  • Moscow - city\Rambus13\flickr CC http://www.flickr.com/photos/33781497@N03/3484528300/

    The Russia Balance Sheet provides comprehensive, balanced, and accurate information on all key aspects of Russia’s developments and their implications for the United States.

  • Gelati Monastery, Georgia

    The Caucasus Initiative focuses on the three countries of the southern Caucasus: Armenia, Azerbaijan, and Georgia.

  • Mosquée Tilla Kari by by Mon Œil - Flickr

    The Russia and Eurasia Program offers analysis of the key trends and issues affecting the states of Central Asia—Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, and Uzbekistan—and U.S. interests in the region.

  • Moscow at Night

    The Russia and Eurasia Program offers analysis of rapid economic change in Russia and the consequences for U.S. policy.

  • US-Russian partnership on global health

    The Eurasia Health Project aims to achieve mutual understanding and progress in US-Russian partnership on global health.

  • HIV Aids Image

    The Russia and Eurasia Program examines the rapid rise in HIV/AIDS cases in Russia and Eurasia and the consequences if the pandemic is left unchecked.

  • Maidan Nezalezhnosti, Independence Square, Kiev, Ukraine

    The Russia and Eurasia Program assesses developments in Ukraine, such as relations with Russia, Europe, and the world community, economic affairs, security issues, and democratic development.

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    This project is developing a comprehensive assessment of the geostrategic impact of evolving relations between these three pivotal countries and the implications for the United States.