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About the Eurasian Policy Review

The Eurasian Policy Review is a Kennan Institute publication focused on the South Caucasus and Central Asia.  It is intended to be a forum for scholarly discussions about policy-relevant matters.

The Eurasian Policy Review publishes 1800-2200 word submissions from academics and other experts on issues that have the potential to promote and influence policy debates at both the local and the national levels in the United States, Eurasia, and beyond.  If you are interested in writing for the Eurasian Policy Review, please submit either a one paragraph pitch or a draft manuscript to  Please include your last name and EPR Submission in the subject line.  Policy discussions take many forms.  We are interested in novel perspectives and are happy to work with contributors.

If you would like to subscribe to the Eurasian Policy Review, please click here.

If you have any questions about the Eurasian Policy Review, please feel free to contact Jennifer Wistrand, the Deputy Director of the Kennan Institute, at or Alex Perez-Reyes, a Program Associate of the Kennan Institute, at                      

Opinions expressed in Eurasian Policy Review articles are solely those of the authors and do not reflect the views of the Kennan Institute or the Wilson Center.

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