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Many of FPRI’s research programs disseminate their own publication series, often centered around a single region or theme. Please see below for a listing of these publications.
Program on the Middle East
Middle East Media Monitor is a series within FPRI’s notable E-Note publication, reviewing a current topic in the Middle East media from the perspective of the foreign language press coverage in countries such as Egypt, Iran, Iraq, Israel, Turkey, etc… These articles focus on providing FPRI’s readership with an inside view on how some of the most relevant countries in the Middle East are covering issues of importance to the American foreign policy community. Browse Middle East Media Monitors »
Center for the Study of America and the West
The American Review of Books, Blogs, and Bull is a monthly e-publication of FPRI’s Center for the Study of America and the West. Drawn from FPRI’s community of scholars, the American Review provides a forum for reviews and essays related to politics, culture, and international relations that discuss the world from new perspectives. Browse The American Review »
The Baltic Bulletin consists of analytical reports on the Baltic states and their role in European security. The Bulletins are designed to highlight research by both American experts and analysts from the Baltics and Central Europe. Browse Baltic Bulletins »
The Black Sea Strategy Papers analyze the international politics of the Black Sea region as well as foreign policies of the Black Sea neighboring countries including Bulgaria, Georgia, Moldova, Romania, Russia, Turkey, and Ukraine. The strategy papers also address the region’s significance for the United States and for Europe. Browse The Black Sea Strategy Papers »
The Caucasus Cable consists of analytical reports on the Caucasus region, with particular emphasis on both foreign and domestic policies of Georgia, Armenia, and Azerbaijan. Browse The Caucasus Cable »
Moldova Monthly consists of analytical reports on Moldova and its role in the CEE region. The Bulletins highlight research by both American experts and analysts from Moldova and Central Europe. Browse The Moldova Monthly »