Eurasia Daily Monitor is a publication of The Jamestown Foundation, based in Washington, D.C. Jamestown’s vanguard publication, the Eurasia Daily Monitor (EDM), was launched on May 3, 2004 and has since become a unique analytical resource on the emerging security realities in the former Soviet space. A reincarnation of the old Monitor publication, the Eurasia Daily Monitor surveys recent developments in Eurasia, placing the developments in a geo-strategic perspective and offering analysis that outlines their implications for the United States and the West. Led by a team of dedicated analysts, the contributors to EDM comprise a corps of experienced domestic and overseas analysts, whose skilled reporting is disseminated five days a week in a free electronic publication. With a readership of over 4,000 subscribers, the publication is widely used by U.S. government analysts and lawmakers, leaders and experts in the post-Soviet space, and everyday citizens who seek unbiased, unfiltered information that is not available through other channels.
Murad Muradov is an independent researcher based in Baku.
Rusif Huseynov is an independent researcher based in Baku.
Niklas Eklund is a senior lecturer (associate professor) at the Department of Political Science, Umeå University.
Maxim Starchak is a Fellow at the Centre for International and Defence Policy of Queen’s University (Canada).
Dr. Pavel K. Baev is a senior researcher at the International Peace Research Institute, Oslo (PRIO).
Dr. Pavel E. Felgenhauer is an independent, Moscow-based defense analyst.
Pavel Korduban is a freelance writer based in Kyiv.
Gregorio Baggiani specializes in historical-political research and analysis of the Soviet Union, the post-Soviet states and, in particular, Ukraine. He is based in Rome, Italy.
Ilgar Gurbanov is a Research Fellow in the Foreign Policy Analysis Department, at the Baku-based Centre for Strategic Studies (SAM).