Eugene (“Rocky”) Staples, 91, a founder and former president of Eurasia Foundation, WWII Marine fighter pilot, survivor of Japanese bombing of USS Franklin, and U.S. diplomat
Join Eurasia Foundation, RFE/RL and Foreign Policy's Democracy Lab for a briefing on Central Asia’s unfolding history from 2005 to the present on June 11 at 9 am in Washington.
Roza Otunbayeva, former president of the Kyrgyz Republic from 2010 to 2011, will detail her plans for The Roza Otunbayeva Initiative at a Eurasia Foundation-sponsored event on 13 December 2012 in Washington, DC at 4:00 pm.
An inspiring demonstration of transatlantic solidarity was on display when US and Russian officials stressed the importance of citizen diplomacy at a conference on bilateral civic initiatives in Washington, DC on November 15 and 16.
Eurasia Foundation is bringing Vladimir Pozner and Phil Donahue back together to discuss US-Russian cooperation.
Eurasia Foundation held the first annual Sarah Carey Forum on US-Russia cooperation on November 14, 2012 at the Embassy of Finland. Vladimir Pozner and Phil Donahue discussed the groundbreaking Donahue-Pozner space bridges from the 1980s and their impact on US-Russia relations.
The use of aksakal courts (courts of elders) in Kyrgyzstan is declining with most courts receiving less than ten cases in the past year, according to a research report published by the Eurasia Foundation.
The US-Russia Civil Society Partnership Program (CSPP) announced that it will award Linkage Grants to six partnership projects. The US-Russia Civil Society Partnership Program (CSPP) was launched in 2011. The program is sponsored by the US Agency for International Development and implemented by...
WASHINGTON, DC – Eurasia Foundation is pleased to announce the recipient of the first annual Sarah Carey Award – Ambassador Thomas R. Pickering. Ambassador Pickering is Vice Chairman of Hills & Company, a Career Ambassador at the U.S. Department of State and the former ambassador to the Russian...
In early December, Huzhu Rainbow Culture Center (Rainbow Center), with support from EF’s China Program, opened community reading rooms in three small villages in northwestern China. Each reading room contains more than 2,000 books that villagers may borrow free of charge. None of the villages...