Russia - Eurasia
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Institute for European, Russian and Eurasian Studies - The Elliott School of International Affairs - The George Washington UniversityPONARS Eurasia 2010 Policy Conference 109. Russia-Georgia Today: An Illusory Stability (.PDF) Kornely Kakachia, Ivane Javakishvili Tbilisi State University
The Kennan Institute, as the oldest program of the Woodrow Wilson Center, bridges the gap between the world of ideas and the world of public affairs by bringing scholars and governmental specialists together to discuss political, social, and economic issues affecting Russia and other successor states to the Soviet Union, seeking always to place these issues within their historical context. The Kennan Institute is a non-partisan institution committed to improving American expertise and knowledge about this region. The Institute organizes seminars, workshops, briefings, and conferences featuring prominent scholars and policymakers from America, Russia, and other successor states to the Soviet Union with experience in shaping U.S.-Russian policy. more <p style="text-align:right;color:#A8A8A8"></p>
The Russia and Eurasia Program engages in projects that provide research, analysis, assessment, and recommendations to government and non-government officials for action. Its substantive focus encompasses all the regions of the former Soviet Union. The Russia and Eurasia Program also undertakes projects that examine pivotal and timely issues affecting Eastern Europe and Central Asia such as economic development , energy, democratization, HIV/AIDS , and human rights abuses.