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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.

China - Vietnam relations
China - Vietnam relations


Vietnam And China Relations: Ground Shaken – Analysis

By Do Thanh Hai Although China announced the relocation of its giant Haiyang Shiyou 981 (HYSY 981) oil rig out of the disputed waters, the crisis is far from over in the Vietnamese eyes. Xi Jinping’s zero-sum game caused severe damages to the foundation of the Vietnam-China relations. Foundations for stabilisation of China-Vietnam relations Since […]

Sevastopol, Crimea - Ukraine. Photo by Julien29, Wikipedia Commons.
Sevastopol, Crimea - Ukraine.


Ukraine: Displaced People Need Urgent Help, Says HRW

Ukrainian authorities have not provided adequate protection and assistance to tens of thousands of Ukrainians who were forced to flee their homes, Human Rights Watch said today in a letter to President Petro Poroshenko. People have fled because of Russia’s annexation of Crimea and the ongoing armed conflict in eastern Ukraine. While the Ukrainian government […]

Japan
Japan


UN ESCAP Chief Reaffirms 60-Year Relationship During First Official Visit To Japan

As a regional and global leader in development cooperation, Japan plays an invaluable role in supporting our efforts to address the key challenges facing the Asia-Pacific region, particularly in climate change and disability-inclusive development, the top United Nations official for Asia and the Pacific said during her first official visit to Japan this week. United […]

Burma Honor Guard. Photo by Peerapat Wimolrungkarat, Thai Government photographer
Burma Honor Guard. Photo by Peerapat Wimolrungkarat, Thai Government photographer


Continuing Abuses Threaten Myanmar’s Transition To Democracy And Peace – ICTJ

Continuing political repression, cronyism, and ongoing conflicts are disrupting attempts to put Myanmar on a linear path to democracy, peace, and development, says a new report from the International Center for Transitional Justice. The spread of anti-Muslim violence to Mandalay and the recent harsh sentencing of some journalists show that Myanmar’s transformation into a prosperous, […]