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EurasiaNet
EurasiaNet is a website operated by the Central Eurasia Project that provides information and analysis about political, economic, environmental and social developments in the countries of Central Asia and the Caucasus, as well as in Russia, the Middle East, and Southwest Asia.  more
Middle East and North Africa Initiatives
The Middle East and North Africa (MENA) Initiatives is a largely grantmaking program that develops OSI’s activities in the MENA region, including Iraq Revenue Watchmore
Caspian Revenue Watch
The Caspian Revenue Watch policy program aims to generate and publicize research, information, and advocacy on how revenues are being invested and disbursed and how governments and extraction companies respond to civic demands for accountability in the region. more
Turkmenistan Project
The Turkmenistan Project promotes civil society in Turkmenistan through grantmaking and programmatic activities in areas ranging from arts and culture, access to information, and public health. more
Call For Proposals: CEP Grants 2004
The Central Eurasia Project is requesting proposals to provide program and general operating support grants to organizations focused on advancing open societies in Central Eurasia. more
Controlling Iraq's Skies: The Secret Sell-Off of Iraq's Air Industry
A report from Iraq Revenue Watch warns that secret deals allegedly approved by the American-led Coalition Provisional Authority could hand power to oligarchs and jeopardize the viability and openness of the Iraqi air industry.  more
Making Sure the Money Goes Where It's Supposed To
Anthony Richter and Svetlana Tsalik
Dec. 4, 2003
In a New York Times op-ed, Anthony Richter and Svetlana Tsalik argue that U.S. energy security can only be guaranteed through partnerships with legitimate, elected governments that manage oil wealth responsibly. more
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