Eurasia Review

Eurasia Review is an independent Journal and Think Tank that provides a venue for analysts and experts to disseminate content on a wide-range of subjects that are often overlooked or under-represented by Western dominated media.

Despite the combined Eurasia and Afro-Asia areas containing over 70% of the world’s population, analysis and news continues to be dominated by a U.S. slant, and that is where Eurasia Review enters the picture by providing alternative, in-depth perspectives on current events.

Russia - Ukraine Relations
Russia - Ukraine Relations


What Does Russian Intervention In Ukraine Tell Us About Nature Of World Politics? – OpEd

By Joy Mitra* There seems to be no thaw in relations since the Ukrainian crisis began. The US is belligerent and fails to understand the Russian imperative in Ukraine even as Russia, led by Putin, engages in military adventurism by trying to punch far above its weight in the post cold-war era. The actors have […]

India flag
India flag


India: No Justice For 1984 Anti-Sikh Bloodshed, Says HRW

Successive Indian governments’ failure to prosecute those most responsible for killings and other abuses during the 1984 anti-Sikh violence highlights India’s weak efforts to combat communal violence. The new Indian government should seek police reforms and to enact a law against communal violence that would hold public officials accountable for complicity and dereliction of duty. […]

Kazakhstan
Kazakhstan


Kazakhstan: UN Review To Highlight Abuses

United Nations member countries should use an upcoming UN review of Kazakhstan’s rights record to urge its government to adopt overdue reforms. Kazakhstan’s rights record will be in international spotlight during the country’s second Universal Periodic Review (UPR) on October 30, 2014. “Kazakhstan’s rights record has taken a serious turn for the worse in recent […]