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.

President Barack Obama
President Barack Obama


Obama: The World Is United In The Fight Against ISIL – Transcript

In this week’s address, the President thanked Congress for its strong bipartisan support for efforts to train and equip Syrian opposition forces to fight ISIL. This plan is part of the President’s comprehensive counter-terrorism strategy to degrade and destroy the terrorist group, and does not commit our troops to fighting another ground war. America, working […]

Thailand
Thailand


Call For Thailand To End Crackdown On Academic Freedom

The Thai government and military authorities should immediately end its crackdown on academic seminars and respect freedom of expression. On September 18, police appeared at a “Democracy Classroom” seminar at Thammasat University about the end of dictatorial regimes in foreign countries and ordered the seminar to shut down. The police detained four prominent academics—Nidhi Eoseewong, […]

Sri Lanka's Mahinda Rajapaksa
Sri Lanka's Mahinda Rajapaksa


Sri Lanka President Rajapaksa Sees ‘Dangerous Trends’ In Asian Community

Sri Lanka’s President Mahinda Rajapaksa  has cautioned Asian political parties with regard to what he sees as emerging trends in the world, including in parts of Asia, that are dangerous to the Asian Community. Speaking at the 8th General Assembly of the International Conference of Asian Political Parties (ICAPP), Rajapaksa said, “We see how external […]

Sri Lanka seen from space
Sri Lanka seen from space


Sri Lanka To Set Up Joint Trade Commission With Russia

Sri Lanka’s Cabinet of Ministers has given its approval to establish a joint commission with the Russian Federation to enhance bilateral trade ties. The Cabinet, which met on Thursday, approved a proposal made by the Ministry of Industry and Commerce Rishad Bathiyutheen to enter into an agreement on establishment of the “Intergovernmental Commission on Trade, […]

Spain's Mariano Rajoy
Spain's Mariano Rajoy


Spain’s PM Rajoy Welcomes Result Of Scottish Referendum

The Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy congratulated the people of Scotland for deciding yesterday to remain part of the United Kingdom and the great political project that is the European Union. Rajoy said he believes the outcome of the referendum was the most favorable choice for Scotland, the rest of the British people and Europe […]