EURASIA CONGRESSIONAL FELLOWSHIP
The Atlantic Council’s Eurasia Congressional Fellowship Program aims to educate Congressional staff on current events in the Eurasia region and engage staff with the Council’s latest research. The program connects Congressional fellows with our larger community, which includes leading experts on Ukraine, Russia, Central Asia, and the South Caucasus.
Applications are open! For questions about the program, please contact Shelby Magid.
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Commentary & Analysis
How can Ukraine deal with Russia's interference?
Working with a wide community of experts and thought-leaders, the Eurasia Center delivers cutting-edge analysis and policy recommendations.
UkraineAlert Dec 23, 2021
Is Ukraine’s reformed military ready to repel a new Russian invasion?
By Andriy Zagorodnyuk, Alina Frolova, Hans Petter Midtunn, Oleksii Pavliuchyk
Ukraine's military has undergone a major transformation since the outbreak of hostilities with Russia in 2014 but the changes that have taken place are still not fully assessed or understood.
UkraineAlert Dec 30, 2021
How to deal with the Kremlin-created crisis in Europe
By Eurasia Center
The Kremlin appears to be setting the stage for a major conventional assault on Ukraine. Twenty-five distinguished experts and former senior officials urge the Biden administration to take decisive action.
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IN-DEPTH RESEARCH & REPORTS
Russia today & tomorrow
The Eurasia Center provides in-depth reporting for policymakers and influencers on vital issues of security, cooperation, and prosperity across the region with detailed country and issue analysis.
Report Dec 21, 2021
Axis of collusion: The fragile Putin-Xi partnership
By Harley Balzer
The close relationship between the leaders of Russia and China drives what many think is a developing Sino-Russian alliance, but tensions over deep issues remain. Just how close are these great powers?
Report May 3, 2021
The impact of Western sanctions on Russia and how they can be made even more effective
By Anders Åslund, Maria Snegovaya
While Western sanctions have not succeeded in forcing the Kremlin to fully reverse its actions and end aggression in Ukraine, the economic impact of financial sanctions on Russia has been greater than previously understood.