Geopolitical Watch


EurasiaPeace’s geopolitical monitoring takes the form of security, economic, geopolitical or human rights situation updates, updated weekly, bimonthly or monthly on a variable number of themes and international issues in the Eurasian space.

Coordination – Enzo Padovan

Coordination – Julie Eifler-Bolander

Coordination – Claire Aréthuse

Coordination – Morgan Caillet

Coordination – Etienne Mathieu

Coordination – Anna Balawender

Free subscription to have access to our complete monitoring

Free subscription to the Newsletter to receive all updates on the situation on Mondays in your mailbox (from September to June)

These situation updates are provided by student, young researchers and professionals contributors who subscribe to a special monthly subscription to the structure’s website and selected for their writing, analysis and synthesis skills as well as for their ability to decipher the geopolitical news in their area of interest.

Beyond monitoring the news, EurasiaPeace’s approach is distinguished by its desire to provide elements of longer-term understanding of current events, to identify trends to watch, and to warn against the manichaean pitfalls to be avoided.

This is why the contributors have all the necessary autonomy in respect of the values of the structure and its project to provide you with an optimum and objective quality of information. They can thus freely share this analytical work on social media in order to enhance their professional skills. Because the project of the structure also contains an important dimension of skills promotion and network development for its contributors. Let’s bet, we hope, that you will quickly hire them!!!

By favoring the discourse on things over things themselves, whether proven or not, the EurasiaPeace monitoring project clearly distinguishes itself from journalistic work and thus tends to identify long-term trends by extricating itself from chosen themes and often unwittingly imposed by our mainstream media. This activity also promotes an interactionist approach to international relations.

This is why the emphasis is placed on official sources and to a lesser extent on local media during this work carried out from open and cross-checked sources.