With a focus centered on Russia and its post-Soviet neighbors, the Europe, Russia, and Eurasia Program looks beyond these borders, from Lisbon to Vladivostok and the Arctic to the Indian Ocean to understand how the Soviet successor states are affected by and interact with the world around them.
The program’s areas of focus include regional security, defense, domestic politics, environment and energy, economic development, among others. It also analyzes the political and economic relationships between the states of the former Soviet Union and other critical geopolitical actors, including the United States, European Union, and the states of Northeast Asia, South Asia, and the greater Middle East.
All Russia and Eurasia Content
Event by Jeffrey Mankoff , Lisel Hintz , Nargis Kassenova , and Olesya Vartanyan — April 12, 2022
Event by Marti Flacks , Vera Zakem , Jamie Fly , Daniel Baer , Maria Snegovaya , and Andrew Lohsen — March 29, 2022
Commentary by Andrew Lohsen — February 28, 2022
Commentary by Andrew Lohsen — January 12, 2022
Commentary by Heather A. Conley and Andrew Lohsen — September 23, 2021
Event by Heather A. Conley , Pavel Baev , and Erica Marat — September 22, 2021
Report by Natia Seskuria — September 21, 2021
Report by Mykola Bielieskov — September 21, 2021
Report by Kirill Shamiev — July 20, 2021
Event by Kaitlyn Johnson , Heather A. Conley , Douglas L. Loverro , C. Robert Kehler , and Victoria Samson — June 29, 2021