EurasiaNet "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, the Middle East, and Southwest Asia. The web site also offers additional features, including newsmaker interviews and book reviews.
"Based in New York, EurasiaNet 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 is to promote informed decision making among policy makers, as well as broadening interest in the region among the general public.
Affiliated partner of the International Relations and Security Network.
Central Eurasia Project Staff
- Anthony Richter, Associate Director of the Open Society Institute
- Cassandra Cavanaugh, Regional Director for Central Asia and the Caucasus
- Erika Dailey, Director, Turkmenistan Project
- Anu Kangaspunta, Program Coordinator, Central Eurasia Project
- Karen Appelquist, Program Assistant, Central Eurasia Project
- Justin Burke, Website Manager
- Elizabeth Owen, Caucasus News Coordinator
- Dow Kimbrell, Web Data Manager
- Jonathan Hooper, Technical Consultant
Editorial Advisory Committee
- Carroll Bogert, Communications Director, Human Rights Watch
- Jacki Lyden, Alternate Host, Senior Correspondent Weekend All Things Considered¨
- Ahmed Rashid, Author and Journalist
- David Rieff, Journalist
- Laura Silber, Senior Policy Advisor, Office of the President, Open Society Institute