Eurasian Home

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"Eurasian Home" analytical and information resource is an open forum for dialogue and reflection, bringing together experts, politicians and journalists from the New Independent States, Russia, European Union, Asia and America. The website is first of all a platform where representatives of different countries can freely discuss issues concerning global and regional integration in Eurasia. Among priority topics of the website are political and economic processes in Eurasia and America; integration concepts and strategies in the world; integration between the countries of the former Soviet Union; the search for models of effective economic integration; economic and political interaction between the countries of the CIS as well as with the rest of the world (EU, United States etc.).

The Eurasian Home website was launched in 2004 by the Russian non-profit Eurasia Heritage Foundation.

Goals[edit]

The goals of the "Eurasian Home" website are the involving experts from different countries in discussion of the major political and economic issues which are currently of high priority for Russia, New Independent States, and members of the EU; presenting research results along with analytical and expert assessments to the governmental agencies, international organizations, NGOs, private companies.

Structure[edit]

"Eurasian Home" provides expert opinions, comments of prominent journalists, analytical reports and researches conducted by the leading think tanks, the most relevant publications on Eurasia. Besides, the website provides the unique profiles of the regional integration organizations in the post-Soviet space, as well as the profiles of the New Independent States.

The website’s audience are users from over seventy countries. Eurasian Home actively participates in involving members of the world expert community in discussions of the current processes in the post-Soviet space and introduces expert opinion from Russia and New Independent States to the foreign users.

Eurasian Home Columnists[edit]

Jules Evans, British journalist, London

Kevin O'Flynn, British freelance journalist, Moscow

John Marone, American journalist, Kiev

Ivan Gayvanovych, Ukrainian journalist, Kiev

Boris Kagarlitsky, Director of the Institute of Globalization and Social Movements, Moscow

Akram Murtazaev, Russian journalist, Moscow

Aleh Novikau, Belarusian journalist, Minsk

External links[edit]

Eurasion Home materials republications[edit]