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28-Jun-2008
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International efforts to disrupt terrorist and organized crime networks must pay special attention to how these networks are financed. Global trade in precious metals and gemstones has become a significant source of financing for both organized crime and terrorist groups. As the demand for materials bearing precious metals and stones continues to grow, criminal and terrorist networks will exploit weak national and international monitoring of the trade to finance activities that threaten us all. More | Adobe PDF Version | Media Coverage
16-Jun-2008
Brochure
EWI’s International Task Force on Preventive Diplomacy recently published two proposals to establish an International Panel on Conflict Prevention and Human Security and a Parliamentarians Network for Conflict Prevention and Human Security. More | Adobe PDF Version
08-Jun-2008
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The last seven years have seen leading Americans falter in their communications about violent extremists and the communities believed to be fostering them. Policymakers, journalists, and community leaders have reached an impasse in crafting a common understanding of how to describe the link between religion and violent extremism, both from a factual point of view and in terms of what might be effective in undermining the appeal of extremist movements. This paper begins at this impasse. It reviews the choices to be made about language and rhetoric in U.S. public discourse as elements of a necessarily broader communications strategy to counter violent extremism. It takes account of how these choices flow through the global media, especially Arabic outlets. It concludes with a call to go beyond debates about the words themselves and to implement a holistic approach to communication that comprehends both the contemporary media environment and the cultural and political landscape of conflict. Communication cannot be composed merely of canny use of media, nor only of a well-crafted message. In the 21st century media environment, words shape actions, actions beget words, and both are in perpetual, dynamic relationship. More | Adobe PDF Version
05-May-2008
Opinion Pieces
The conflict zones it works in are as politicized as its process of appointing its members. The United Nations Security Council (UNSC) has entered an election year and will decide which states are best fit to be non-permanent members for the 2009-2010 term. Turkey is bidding for a seat in the Western European and Others Group (WEOG) along with Austria and Iceland. With much of the Council’s resources committed to the Middle East, the Council would be wise to bring Turkey into the leadership fold. More | Adobe PDF Version
25-Feb-2008
Brochure
The EastWest Institute established the multiyear “International Task Force on Preventive Diplomacy” as the flagship of its Conflict Prevention Program in May 2007. The Task Force has one core purpose: it will investigate and promote concrete ways of strengthening practical mechanisms to build domestic and international political will to shorten the time between early warning and effective early response to violent conflict. To this end, the Task Force has adopted a set of Guiding Principles as a framework for its activities over the next few years. More | Adobe PDF Version
22-Feb-2008
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The security environment of the future will be shaped by transnational threats evolving from wars, violent extremism, natural disasters, pandemics, and unaddressed systemic problems—including poverty, organized crime, and environmental degradation. Technology will remain a force-multiplier for violent extremists, not only for higher levels of lethality, but for propaganda dissemination. Real-time, global communication will exacerbate the psychological impact of potential threats and the aftermath of incidents. More | Adobe PDF Version
20-Feb-2008
Papers
The manifestations of narcoterrorism are manifold and far reaching: increased drug production; wide spread abuse of drugs; serious drug-related crime; threats to the rule of law, public security, and public health; money laundering; infiltration of the legal economy and financing of terrorism More | Adobe PDF Version
18-Feb-2008
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International concern over the security of Pakistan’s nuclear facilities has significantly increased with recent turmoil there. But how justified is this concern? Pakistan carries out a full range of activities relating to nuclear weapons: from mining and milling raw materials; through the production of heavy water, tritium, highly enriched uranium and is actually known about the security of all these facilities, apart from plutonium to weaponization. More | Adobe PDF Version
17-Feb-2008
Annual Reports
The use by violent extremists of the internet and video formats disseminated on it is a well-known and increasingly disturbing phenomenon. Cyberspace allows for the quick and relatively low-cost dissemination of audio-visual material to all corners of the globe. The paper advises governments to distinguish sharply between strategies intended to suppress web-based aspects of direct terrorist actions or operations and those used to counter generalized extremist calls to violence. More | Adobe PDF Version | Media Coverage
19-Oct-2007
Policy Research Report
An EWI publication concludes that religion is not the cause of extremist violence, but is used as a justification for violent acts. It contends that the role of governments in preventing violent religious extremism is limited. Religious leaders, faith communities and civil society must do the heavy lifting to counter this threat. The report, based on research and analysis, and the convening of experts with leading persons of faith, offers specific policy recommendations to combat violent extremism. It was launched at an event in New York attended by leaders from government, media, and civil society. More | Adobe PDF Version | Media Coverage
28-Sep-2007
Opinion Pieces
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19-Sep-2007
Essays
EWI Founder, President and CEO John Edwin Mroz explores the qualities of leadership in the context of an ever changing world. More | Adobe PDF Version
27-Aug-2007
Opinion Pieces
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14-Aug-2007
Opinion Pieces
As India celebrates the 60th Anniversary of its independence, EWI’s Ortwin Hennig and Neville Bugwadia assess the country’s rise and its implications for a new world order. More
12-Aug-2007
Papers
An EWI report calls for new measures, including conducting a human rights impact assessment, to protect civilians in counter-terrorism operations. More | Adobe PDF Version | Media Coverage
29-Jun-2007
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This paper is the second in a series of Policy Papers issued as part of the EastWest Institute's recently� established, multi-year US-Russia Constructive Agenda Initiative. It notes the need to address unfinished business in the area of bilateral security, including nuclear arms control and trust building, as a means of advancing the relationship. The paper recognizes the depth, breadth, and complexity of the relationship beyond security issues, but proceeds from the premise that the two countries' failure to go further in bilateral security relations than they have is one of the factors undermining trust on both sides.
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27-Jun-2007
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An interpretative report of the EastWest Institute's 4th Worldwide Security Conference.
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27-Jun-2007
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An overview�of the EastWest's Institute's 4th Worldwide Security Conference.
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26-Apr-2007
Conference Materials

Conference overview.
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26-Apr-2007
Conference Materials

EWI VP and Head of the Conflict Prevent Program Ambassador Ortwin Hennig attended the Council of Europe's international conference entitled, "Foreign Policy, Democracy and Accountable Government," in Strasbourg on April 25-26, 2007. The conference addressed the conditions conducive to the spread of terrorism.
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26-Apr-2007
Conference Materials

Speakers' bios.
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26-Apr-2007
Reports

With the support of the French Petroleum Institute (IFP), The EastWest Institute and the Madariaga European Foundation convened a conference to identify ways of handling current controversies in international energy relations. A particular reference point was the proposal that governments, together with the private sector and civil society, should develop mutually beneficial international energy frameworks to further integrate energy producing and energy consuming states and to rebuild confidence in international energy markets.
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25-Apr-2007
Conference Materials

EWI's 2007 Awards Dinner Program.
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25-Apr-2007
Conference Materials

On April 25, 2007 EWI honored Dr. James H. Billington, the Librarian of Congress, with its 2007 Outstanding Leadership Award.
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25-Apr-2007
Reports

On April 25, 2007, EWI formally unveiled its three-year US-Russia Constructive Agenda Initiative with an inaugural roundtable discussion co-sponsored and hosted by the Kennan Institute. This discussion on the way forward for Russian-American relations took place on an auspicious date: 62 years ago to the day, Russian and American troops met and embraced on the Elbe, indicating clearly that the end to a bloody and vicious war was in sight. On a more somber note, the discussion was held on a national day of mourning in Russia occasioned by the funeral of Russia's first president, Boris Yeltsin.
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12-Apr-2007
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On April 12, 2007 EWI organized an informal roundtable discussion to present the Conflict Prevention Program's flagship project, the International Task Force on Preventive Diplomacy (ITFPD) to Brussels' international community and engage participants in a brainstorming exercise in order to generate constructive feedback on the project. The roundtable convened 15 participants from the Brussels NGO community, European institutions and foreign governments -- all of whom attended in their personal capacities as specialists in the fields of conflict prevention and/or preventive diplomacy.
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25-Mar-2007
Conference Materials

During his recent visit to Amman, Ambassador Ortwin Hennig met with political and business leaders to further the Institute's search for common ground between the Arab and Western worlds. Key global issues and possibilities for Jordan's active participation in EWI projects were explored.
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12-Mar-2007
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The threat to peace and security from extremist movements may now be greater than at any time since the early 1930s. The extremism we face today springs largely from alienation and a sense of grievance. Extremists see the world as divided by “us vs. them” and anyone outside of their group identity is the enemy. When they take or support violent action, extremists do not discriminate between civilian or military, rich or poor. This report outlines EWI's activities in mitigating these threats.
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28-Feb-2007
Reports

Report containing key recommendations.
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28-Feb-2007
Conference Materials
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28-Feb-2007
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Conference agenda.
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22-Feb-2007
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Conference agenda.
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22-Feb-2007
Conference Materials

Speakers' bios.
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07-Feb-2007
Papers

The politics of peace, war and security are shifting, and the face of terrorism is changing. Future terrorist groups are as likely to be secular and Western as religious and Middle Eastern.
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29-Jan-2007
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This policy paper calls for new "rules of the game" to deal with resurgent nationalism in the global scramble for energy resources.
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26-Jan-2007
Reports

Ambassador Ortwin Hennig's recent visit to Delhi and Mumbai solidified EWI's relationship with an emerging power. He met with political and business leaders and discussed issues of global concern with members of the Strategic Foresight Group.
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01-Jan-2007
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EWI's paper takes a performance-based approach to the development of the municipalities of the Kaliningrad Oblast. More | Adobe PDF Version
01-Dec-2006
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This final narrative report on EWI's project, in cooperation with the Association of Municipalities of the Kaliningrad Oblast (AMOKO), addresses Russia's nationwide, ongoing program of modernizing its budget process management system at the regional and municipal levels in accordance with the best world and European practices. EWI's project was launched at the time of large-scale reforms in key areas of government and municipal administration in the Russian Federation, including administrative, local government and budget and urban development and housing legislation reforms. 

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28-Nov-2006
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Discussion paper.
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01-Nov-2006
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EWI's policy brief calls for new visa policies in the region.
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06-Oct-2006
Reports

The EastWest Institute and the Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung (KAS) held a joint conference entitled "Global Resource Security: From Common Challenges to Cooperative Solutions" in cooperation with the German Federal Foreign Office on Friday, October 6, 2006 in Berlin. The keynote speech was delivered by Ulrich Benterbusch on behalf of Germany’s Chief Sherpa to the G8, State Secretary Bernd Pfaffenbach.
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01-Oct-2006
Papers

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01-Sep-2006
Annual Reports
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01-Sep-2006
Opinion Pieces
In an opinion piece in Europe's World, a Europe-wide policy journal, Urban Ahlin, Chairman of the Committee on Foreign Affairs in the Swedish Parliament and EWI Director, asserts that the EU's neighborhood policy treats Eastern Europe and North Africa alike. Ahlin argues that the EU ought to strengthen its eastward focus by developing its soft power with Belarus, Moldova and Ukraine. More
26-Jun-2006
Reports

From June 26 to July 1, 2006 the EastWest Institute brought together 40 youths, ages 13-16, from the Prespa-Ohrid Region. The goal of the convening was to promote cross-border cooperation and exchange among the youth of the Prespa/Ohrid Region. Fifty percent of the attendees were from fYR Macedonia and the other half from Albania. This activity helped to further EWI's cross-border youth initiatives in the Prespa/Ohrid region, launched in 2005 with a three day cross-border youth retreat in Albania.
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11-Jun-2006
Reports

On June 9-11 students from universities in the Prespa/Ohrid region came together to discuss the political and administrative systems in their home countries and define topics for an upcoming year-long lecture series. This seminar was the fourth in a series of student and professors' meetings from the universities of Korca (Albania), Bitola (fYR Macedonia) and Florina/Kozani (Greece).
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01-Jun-2006
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This report was prepared by EWI's EU-Ukraine interdisciplinary Expert Task Force as part of the Institute's successful "Assistance to EU-Ukraine Integration Project on Future Relations" after numerous consultations and meetings with Ukrainian institutions, officials, end experts, as well as their counterparts in the European Union (EU, throughout 2006. This report presents a set of recommendations for specific and pragmatic policy actions in the areas of economy, political and security cooperation, legal harmonization, justice and home affairs, as well as institutional structure and administrative capacity in order to further promote Ukraine’s integration with the EU.
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29-Mar-2006
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EWI facilitated a meeting of the presidents designate of the soon to be established Prespa/Ohrid Euroregion in Florina, Greece to discuss development priorities for the Prespa/Ohrid region. The Euroregion Presidents' meeting was requested by participants of EWI's 2nd Prespa/Ohrid Euroregion Council Meeting held in June 2005 as a way to facilitate communication among the three border-communities of the Prespa/Ohrid region. The meeting was the first of its kind and was covered by the local media.
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21-Feb-2006
24-Jan-2006
Reports
Conference Report for the title conference. 

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The EastWest Institute was one of four co-sponsors of the international Conference on Promoting Economic Development in the West Bank and Gaza through the Private Sector, which was hosted by the World Bank and H. M. Treasury in London on 12-13 December 2005, and sough to promote the role of the Palestinian and international private sector communities in kick-starting economic development. The conference represented the first major gathering of the private sectors from both sides, and resulted in a joint declaration from these, outlining their requirements for the creation of a business-friendly climate. The Institute held a dinner on the eve of the conference, which was supported by Development Alternatives, Inc, a contractor of the U.S. Agency for International Development (US AID), with additional funding coming from the Swedish Ministry for Foreign Affairs.
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31-Dec-2005
Opinion Pieces
EWI Director and Chairman of the Swedish Parliament's Foreign Affairs Committee Urban Ahlin addresses the challenges the EU faces in promoting civil society in Belarus and the interests at stake in a piece contributed to the Center for European Reform Bulletin. More | Adobe PDF Version
01-Nov-2005
06-Oct-2005
Reports

Following EWI's February 2005 conference in Kyiv, a second conference on Ukraine was convened with the aim of looking more closely at the future of the relationship between the EU and Ukraine. "EU and Ukraine: Looking for a New Partnership and Cooperation In Europe’s Neighborhood” was organized in cooperation with the UK Foreign and Commonwealth Office on July 15-16, 2005 at Ditchley Park in the United Kingdom. The Conference brought together 40 participants, including senior leaders from the European Union and Ukraine, business representatives and independent experts. This group of high-level participants addressed the future of the relationship between Ukraine and the European Union, going beyond the current Partnership and Cooperation Agreement and Action Plan, and examined the importance of this relationship in a broader regional context. Conference participants discussed the goals of the United Kingdom's Presidency of the European Union in the area of European Neighbourhood Policy, particularly towards Ukraine, as well as the Ukrainian governments’ priorities for the implementation of the Action Plan during the second half of 2005. Participants also considered the future of the EU's European Neighbourhood Policy following the negative outcome of the EU's Constitution referenda and explored new ideas for the future framework of EU-Ukraine relations and assessed related policy priorities for both parties.
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01-Sep-2005
Routine Publications
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01-Sep-2005
Papers

Few subjects are as important for Europe’s policy makers than to find new ways for governments to work better together as well as with business and civil society to protect citizens, infrastructure and economies from terrorism. The terrorist attacks in Madrid on March 11, 2004 and London on July 7, 2005 were vivid reminders that not enough has been done. In many ways, the European Union’s response to these terrorist attacks was multifarious in approach, reflecting the existing structure of the Union and the limitations of policy integration when it comes to the more sensitive issues of defense and security. The looming question is one of how European integration can proceed while ensuring that a more effective European security policy is developed.
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07-Aug-2005
Papers

This study follows up on the EastWest Institute's previous publication, "The Erez and Gaza Industrial Estates: Catalysts for Development," which concluded that industrial estates offer promising opportunities for economic rehabilitation, employment regeneration, the development of export-based industries, and provided a focal point for domestic and international investment in the Palestinian Territories.

This report was undertaken in cooperation with The Services Group, Inc., and outlines practical next practical for stakeholders in the Erez Industrial Estate (EIE) following the Israeli withdrawal from the Gaza Strip; it takes inventory of the current situation at the EIE, determines key requirements for the preservation and reactivation of the EIE during a four to six-month transition phase and the following two to three-year development phase after Israeli the withdrawal; outlines solutions for development and management in the medium and long terms; and provides an implementation plan for actions subsequent to disengagement.
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28-Jul-2005
Reports

From July 25-28, 2005 students from partner universities in Greece, Albania and fYR Macedonia met in Ohrid for the second, advanced seminar on the EU Integration Process led by Dr. Maria Konsta from Thessaloniki and Mr. Tjark Egenhoff from Brussels.
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20-Jul-2005
Routine Publications
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18-Jul-2005
18-Jul-2005
17-Jun-2005
Routine Publications

This issue focuses on dormant conflicts in the newly independent states. With years of fruitless mediation efforts, the governments of these states are increasingly looking beyond the existing framework for opportunities to negotiate with capable mediators. Will the expansion or change of the mediation structure bring conflicting sides closer to settlement or are such changes doomed to fail because the political will to settle is lacking?
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16-Jun-2005
Reports

Representatives from the Prespa/Ohrid region met in Bitola (fYR Macedonia) to discuss the development priorities for the Prespa/Ohrid Euroregion and best practices for establishing the Euroregion, as well as institution-building.
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09-Jun-2005
Reports

From June 8-9, 2005 administrative experts from the Prespa/Ohrid Euroregion municipalities and prefectures as well as working group representatives met in Ohrid (fYR Macedonia) for workshops on strategic planning and to elaborate on Prespa/Ohrid development priorities.
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01-Jun-2005
Reports

On June 1, 2005 members of the Prespa/Ohrid Euroregion Council met in Florina, Greece to discuss development priorities for the Prespa/Ohrid region.
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21-May-2005
Reports
From May 20-21, 2005 NGO leaders from the Prespa/Ohrid region met in Bitola, fYR Macedonia for an EWI seminar on media relations for NGOs. More | Attached Publication
11-May-2005
Routine Publications
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10-May-2005
Annual Reports
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09-May-2005
Papers

Economic development in the Palestinian areas is a key to progress and eventual success in the peace process. Without the creation of jobs and the renewal of hope resulting from economic progress, peace will remain unattainable. The establishment of the right conditions for economic development is the real challenge for the Government of Israel, in order to prove that it is serious in its commitment to withdraw. Only access to the outside world can give the Palestinians a real opportunity to take responsibility for their own future. It is thus vital for both Israelis and Palestinians that disengagement succeeds in this respect, allowing for economic improvement in Gaza and the West Bank. This paper provides an in-depth discussion of the industrial parks as catalysts for economic development. 
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26-Apr-2005
Conference Materials

The EastWest Institute and the Madariaga European Foundation held a debate on "Ukraine and the EU: What lies beyond the horizon." The guest speaker was Dr. Benita Ferrero-Waldner.
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13-Apr-2005
Reports

On April 13, 2005 local tourism stakeholders from Albania, Greece and fYR Macedonia met in Pogradec, Albania to discuss tourism development in the Prespa/Ohrid region and possible collaborative efforts.
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24-Mar-2005
Opinion Pieces

Ana Palacio, former Minister of Foreign Affairs of Spain and Vasil Hudak, EastWest Institute Vice President of Programs, contributed this comment on the present crisis between Russia and the West to the Moscow Times.
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14-Mar-2005
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07-Mar-2005
Conference Materials

Transcript and overview.
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16-Feb-2005
Reports

EWI's roundtable, “Kaliningrad Region in the Context of Establishing the Common Economic Space,” was the third in a series of events aimed to further an informal EU-Russia dialogue on a wide range of issues pertaining to Kaliningrad’s potential role in fostering EU-Russian cooperation and partnership, as well as to the development of the region in the context of an enlarged European Union. More than 60 representatives, including Russian and European policy makers and experts discussed the use of the Kaliningrad factor for the benefit of the establishment of the Common Economic Space (CES) as a potential way of developing EU-Russian economic cooperation, and also for the benefit of piloting the mechanisms to establish and operate the CES. The event was part of the Regional and Trans-Frontier Cooperation project's initiative, “Support to Transforming the Kaliningrad Oblast into a Pilot Region in EU-Russia Partnership” in cooperation with the Institute of International Relations and Political Science of Vilnius University.
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08-Feb-2005
Reports

EWI's 2nd Worldwide Security Conference examined the problems of homeland security and justice and home affairs on both sides of the Atlantic, and beyond. The Conference was hosted by the World Customs Organization, and included high-level representatives from government, business and civil society. The plenary sessions focused on the protection of people, critical infrastructure and economies.
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08-Feb-2005
Conference Materials

Highlights.
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23-Nov-2004
Opinion Pieces
Within the past several months, there have been several alarming developments in Central America that suggest the opening of a new front in the struggle against global terrorism. EWI's Michele Miranda and Mark R. Shulman address the threat of terror in this region in a piece contributed to the International Herald Tribune. More | Adobe PDF Version
02-Jul-2004
Opinion Editorials
EWI Founder, President and CEO John Edwin Mroz and Mark R. Shulman, EWI Senior Fellow, contributed this opinion piece to the International Herald Tribune, which examines the challenges the United States faces in securing its borders from the threat of terrorism. More | Adobe PDF Version
15-Mar-2004
Opinion Pieces
Urban Ahlin, Chairman of the Committee on Foreign Affairs in the Swedish Parliament and EWI Director, among other authors of a group sponsored by the German Marshall Fund of the United States, lays out a trans-Atlantic plan to encourage democratic change in the Middle East in an opinion piece published by the International Herald Tribune. More | Adobe PDF Version
19-Feb-2004
Opinion Pieces
EWI Founder, President and CEO John Edwin Mroz and Mark R. Shulman, EWI Senior Fellow, contribute (page 15) to the New Defence Agenda's publication, “Fresh Perspectives on Europe’s Security." Other contributors include Lord George Robertson, Eduardo Serra and Javier Solana. More | Adobe PDF Version
01-Jan-2004
Annual Reports
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17-Nov-2003
Opinion Pieces
EWI Founder President and CEO John Edwin Mroz and Bill Conner, Chairman and Chief executive of Entrust Inc. in Dallas, Texas, and Co-chairman of the Task Force on Corporate Governance jointly sponsored by the U.S. Dept. of Homeland Security and the high-tech industry, contributed this opinion piece to the International Herald Tribune. More | Adobe PDF Version
01-Jan-2003
Annual Reports
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16-Apr-2002
Remarks & Transcripts
Remarks by Mr. William S. White, President of the Charles Stewart Mott Foundation, at the EWI Board meeting on April 16, 2002. More | Adobe PDF Version
01-Jan-2002
Annual Reports
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01-Jul-2001
Papers
EWI's Bipartisan Task Force examines the Putin administration's record and explores opportunities arising from changes in Russia for bettering the relationship between the two countries and the world. More | Adobe PDF Version
01-Jan-2000
Annual Reports
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01-Jan-2000
Papers
Senior Vice President of the EWI's Prague Center, Vasil Hudak analyzes the modern history of inter-governmental relations between Ukraine and Slovakia and provides a point of reference from which to outline opportunities for the nations' future collaboration in a working paper commissioned by the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars. More | Adobe PDF Version
01-Jan-1999
Annual Reports
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01-Jan-1998
Annual Reports
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01-Jan-1997
Annual Reports
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01-Jun-1996
Opinion Pieces
EWI Founder, President and CEO John Edwin Mroz and Oleksandr Pavliuk, Program Associate in EWI's European Security Program, contributed this piece to Foreign Affairs on the difficulties Ukraine faces in becoming an economically stable democracy. More | Adobe PDF Version
01-Jan-1996
Annual Reports
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01-Jan-1995
Annual Reports
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01-Jan-1994
Annual Reports
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01-Jan-1993
Annual Reports
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01-Jan-1993
Opinion Pieces
EWI Founder, President and CEO John Edwin Mroz unveils the challenges that Russia and Eastern Europe face in shedding the legacy of communism and transforming societies. This piece, contributed to Foreign Affairs, also reflects on ways in which the West can become a trusted partner in the process of positive change. More | Adobe PDF Version
19-Feb-1992
Opinion Editorials
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01-Jan-1992
Annual Reports
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22-Aug-1991
Remarks & Transcripts
Barry James of the International Herald Tribune chairs a Q & A session with specialists on the Soviet Union, including EWI Founder, President and CEO John Edwin Mroz. More | Adobe PDF Version
01-Jan-1991
Annual Reports
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01-Jan-1990
Annual Reports
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01-Jan-1989
Annual Reports
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10-Jun-1988
Remarks & Transcripts
Address by John C. Whitehead at EWI's conference on "New Approaches to East-West Securty," Potsdam, German Democratic Republic, on June 10, 1988. More | Adobe PDF Version
01-Jan-1988
Annual Reports
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10-Oct-1987
Remarks & Transcripts
Address by John C. Whitehead, Deputy Secretary of State, at EWI's international conference, "The Implications of Soviet New Thinking," St. Paul, Minnesota, October 10, 1987. More | Adobe PDF Version
01-Jan-1987
Reports
EWI's Task Force on New Thinking offers insights and new perspectives to help shape the debate on Soviet policy and East-West relations that has resulted from changes in both domestic and foreign policy launched by Mikhail Gorbachev. This report challenges the United States and its allies to reexamine assumptions and perceptions behind their own policies toward the Soviet Union. More | Adobe PDF Version
31-Dec-1986
Annual Reports
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31-Dec-1985
Annual Reports
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