EurasiaNet.org provides information and analysis about political, economic, environmental and social developments in the countries of Central Asia and the Caucasus, as well as in Russia, Turkey, and Southwest Asia.
Based in New York, EurasiaNet.org advocates open and informed discussion of issues that concern countries in the region. The web site presents a variety of perspectives on contemporary developments, utilizing a network of correspondents based both in the West and in the region. The aim of EurasiaNet.org is to promote informed decision making among policy makers, as well as broadening interest in the region among the general public.
EurasiaNet.org is operated by the Central Eurasia Project of the Open Society Foundations. Our focus areas include:
-Analysis: articles on current events that build on context and place emphasis on anticipating future developments.
-Business and Economics: articles geared towards closely examining deals and trends and their possible impact on economic development.
-Civil Society: covering the environment, human rights and culture thoroughout the region
-Q&A & Recaps: interviews with newsmakers and opinion shapers on regional issues.
-Multimedia Coverage: original photography and video reporting from the region.
In addition, EurasiaNet.org's "voices" blog roll provides a platform for informed, up-to-date monitoring of news and updates concerning the region. EurasiaNet.org's twin Russian-language service can be found at http://russian.eurasianet.org.
EurasiaNet strives to provide the most comprehensive and informative coverage of the countries of the Caucasus and Central Asia found anywhere on the World Wide Web. For questions concerning content or potential content partnerships, please write to Justin.Burke@opensocietyfoundations.org.
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