Robert Bosch Center for Central and Eastern Europe, Russia, and Central Asia
The Robert Bosch Center offers applied and independent research, expert seminars, and policy-oriented publications on Russia, Central and Eastern Europe, and Central Asia. It serves as an important platform for debate about the target region for those working in the areas of policy, business, academia, and civil society.
The Robert Bosch Center not only takes a comprehensive research approach to key long- and medium-term trends and patterns, but also delivers short-term analysis of unfolding developments in domestic and foreign policy in the target countries. Moreover, it continually enhances its research networks in Russia and countries of the EU’s Eastern Partnership, as well as in Poland and the other members of the Visegrad Group.
- Germany’s policies towards Central and Eastern Europe and the countries of the EU’s Eastern Partnership
- The future of key countries: Poland, Ukraine
- Power dynamics among the EU, Russia, and China in Eastern Europe and Eurasia
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