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The Eurasia Center’s mission is to enhance transatlantic cooperation in promoting stability, democratic values and prosperity in Eurasia, from Eastern Europe and Turkey in the West to the Caucasus, Russia and Central Asia in the East.


In the News

Feb 22, 2024

Asat quoted in Radio Free Asia on international legislation to counter China’s cross-border repression

By Atlantic Council

Central Asia China

In the News

Jan 22, 2024

Shaffer quoted in The Astana Times on the viability of the Middle Corridor

Central Asia Eastern Europe

In the News

Dec 8, 2023

Shaffer quoted in Voice of America on the Middle Corridor

Central Asia Eastern Europe

In the News

Oct 17, 2023

Shaffer in The Central Asia – Caucasus Analyst: A New Spring for Caspian Transit and Trade

Central Asia Energy & Environment

In the News

Sep 8, 2023

Webster for the China-Russia Report: A conversation on Central Asia with Niva Yau

Central Asia China
US Secretary of State Antony Blinken shakes hands with Kazakh President Kassym-Jomart Tokayev during a meeting in Astana, Kazakhstan, February 28, 2023. Olivier Douliery/Pool via REUTERS

New Atlanticist

Sep 6, 2023

The United States must strengthen its engagement with Central Asia

By Mark Temnycky

As the upcoming US-Central Asian summit approaches, the administration must prioritize its engagement in the region.

Central Asia China


Aug 14, 2023

The United States can’t offset its rivals in Central Asia alone. Turkey can help.

By Ali Mammadov

Turkey is well-positioned to counter US rivals in Central Asia by expanding its influence and diversifying the region's partners.

Central Asia Geopolitics & Energy Security

In the News

Jul 28, 2023

Webster quoted in VOA Chinese on the rise of China’s soft power in Central Asia

Central Asia China

In the News

Jun 27, 2023

Webster in The Interpreter: Mongolia in the middle: China and Russia may split over the allure of renewables

Central Asia China

New Atlanticist

Jun 25, 2023

Putin’s weakness has been revealed. Here’s how Russia’s neighbors are reacting.

By Andrew D’Anieri

After Prigozhin’s mutiny, leaders and elites across Eurasia will now be closely tuned in to Moscow for further signs of weakness.

Central Asia Corruption