EastWest Institute (EWI)
1981, as Institute for East West Security Studies by John Edwin Mroz and Ira Wallach. Subsequently changed title to Institute for East-West Studies (IEWS).
Through a transatlantic multinational public policy network and think tank, assist policymakers in Europe, Russia and the newly independent states and in the USA to: build a secure, democratic, prosperous and integrated Europe; overcome the divisive legacies of the 20th century while creating a new order in Europe in which governments, the private sector and nongovernmental organizations work together effectively.
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Board of Directors, including Chairmen and Honorary Chairmen. Executive Office in New York NY (USA) includes President and Senior Vice Presidents. Network of affiliated centres (7): Brussels (Belgium); Belgrade (Serbia-Montenegro); Prague (Czech Rep); Kiev (Ukraine); New York; Helsinki (Finland); Moscow (Russia).
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