Publications and Resources
As the possibility of war with Iraq looms larger, how would it affect US relations with Russia? Drawing heavily from first-hand accounts, Stephen Sestanovich examines US-Russia relations vis-a-vis Iran and Iraq during the 1990s.
What is the role of domestic politics in US foreign policy on Russia? A joint task force examines critical areas in the relationship, including the war in Chechnya, US democracy and nuclear assistance to Russia, and policies on Iran and Iraq.
In this Policy Bulletin experts consider constructive approaches to Serbia's integration into Southeastern Europe. Recommendations in the areas of business and investment, local governance and agriculture, and media and youth are included.
On the eve of dual enlargement of NATO and the European Union, a group of US specialists and prominent regional experts examine the potential opportunities and challenges for these two institutions and the regions they impact.
To examine ways of promoting "habits of cooperation" in Southeastern Europe, the Stanley Foundation's Euro-Atlantic Initiatives program undertook a project in 2001 to identify obstacles to regional cooperation and ways to overcome them in the areas of regional economic cooperation, regional reconnection, and agricultural and rural development.
In partnership with the East European Studies program of the Woodrow Wilson Center for International Scholars, this report examines the challenges and opportunities facing enlargement of NATO and the European Union.
In this essay, Stanford professor Michael McFaul offers a detailed analysis of US policy on Chechnya during the Clinton and Bush administrations. The Chechen wars, he writes, "rank as the most serious scars of Russia's troubled transition."
List of organization Web sites represented at meetings and conferences for the Serbia and the Challenge of Regional Integration project.
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