Established in the year 2005, as an autonomous organization, it undertakes to conduct comprehensive research work on a broad range of issues, pertaining to international studies.
What we do
Committed to the development of Eurasian region
intellectual, cultural, business and other ties between countries of Eurasia and India.
to Government, public bodies, private sector and international bodies on various issues of Eurasia.
on developments in Eurasia by undertaking publication in the form of journals, Books, monographs, reports, and other literature.
for the promotion of everlasting peace, stability and harmony in the Eurasian region.
The Core Team
Team of learned experts
Executive Editor of Eurasian Report and expert on Central Asia and Russian political system, foreign policies and strategic interests. Recipient of General Fellowship from ICSSR for his study on Indo-Russian Relations: The issue of Energy Security
Nihar Ranjan Das
Specialist on security and strategic issues pertaining to South Asia. He has also worked on wide range of social issues pertaining to disaster management, rehabilitation and resettlement, grass root governance in India.
Shakti Pradayani Jena
Currently working as Asst.Professor at RLA College Delhi University, New Delhi. Her research interests are focused on political process, democratisation and institution-building in the post-communist Europe and Russia.
Gyana Ranjan Panda
Faculty in Public Policy and Governance at Central University of Rajasthan. He has led CBGA’s work on demystifying the budgets and budgetary processes in other South Asian countries particularly Nepal, Pakistan and Afghanistan.
Collaborations with the region’s top research organisations
Books on Eurasian region
Eurasian Report (Quarterly)
The Foundation publishes a quarterly journal, Eurasian Report since 2007. The Journal, first of its kind in India, focuses on domestic, bilateral, regional and international issues concerning the countries of Eurasia, which has profound significance and relevance for our country. Eminent scholars, diplomats and public figures with deep knowledge of the region are among the regular contributors of the journal. Policy makers, foreign policy experts, and scholars on international studies are immensely benefited by the input provided by the journal.