Center for East European and Russian Studies

CEERS promotes the study of the region through research, events, and publications.

The goal of the CEERS is to produce research with a more innovative, critical, and multidisciplinary approach towards Eastern Europe and Russia. The research outputs appear in EI research papers and leading journals, provide insight to media and policymakers.

The center also serves nonprofit, and business associations with activities in the region; academic leaders and institutions from the region with collaborative agreements with Eurasia Institutes.                


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