The Eurasia Center
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The Eurasia Center is an association of specialists working on European and Asian (Eurasian) affairs who have joined together to provide a forum for debate through public education in order to promote better relations between the nations of East and West.
It has been an important hub of activity and meeting place for officials, diplomats, business people, scholars and citizens to promote the ideals of peace, democracy, economic cooperation and security between the United States and nations of Europe and Asia.
The Eurasia Center has nine programs that promote positive relations between America and Eurasia (Europe and Asia). The Eurasia Center accepts donations and support from individuals, corporations, and governments.
The Eurasia Center also has country programs on Russia, China, Korea, and Japan, as well as regional programs on Europe and the Middle East. There are opportunities for governments, corporations and wealthy individuals to sponsor Eurasia Center programs on their respective country.
As a leading think tank in America, the first organization that used the term "Eurasia" in its name, The Eurasia Center has a rich history in analyzing important trends across Europe and Asia (Eurasia). In addition, the Eurasia Center formed in 1996, The Eurasian Business Coalition, which promotes economic and business development between America and the nation of Europe and Asia.
The Eurasia Center is an independent, non-profit organization 501(c)(3). Its offices are located in Washington, DC
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