Euro-Atlantic Security Initiative – EASI

 


Final Report

Toward a Euro-Atlantic Security Community

Contact EASI staff at EASI@ceip.org.


The Euro-Atlantic Security Initiative has been made possible by funding from the Robert Bosch Stiftung, the Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation, the Carnegie Corporation of New York, the Hurford Foundation, the Robert & Ardis James Foundation, the Nuclear Threat Initiative, and the Starr Foundation, and by support from the Institute of the World Economy and International Relations of the Russian Academy of Sciences and the United World International Foundation.

To move toward the goal of an inclusive Euro-Atlantic Security Community, a unique process was created in 2009 called the Euro-Atlantic Security Initiative (EASI) by the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace.

For the first time, former policymakers, diplomats, generals, and business leaders from Russia, the United States, Canada, Central Europe, and European Union nations came together to chart a roadmap of practical action that would allow the region to leave its past behind and to start to build a more secure future based on mutual trust and cooperation.


Commission Members

  • Wolfgang Ischinger
    Co-Chair, Germany
  • Igor Ivanov
    Co-Chair, Russia
  • Sam Nunn
    Co-Chair, United States
  • Robert H. Legvold
    Director, United States
  • Charles Boyd
    United States
  • Desmond Browne
    United Kingdom
  • Hikmet Çetin
    Turkey
  • Oleksandr Chalyi
    Ukraine
  • Alexander Dynkin
    Russia
  • Viktor Esin
    Russia
  • Herman Gref
    Russia
  • István Gyarmati
    Hungary
  • Stephen Hadley
    United States
  • Tedo Japaridze
    Georgia
  • Donald J. Johnston
    Canada
  • Catherine Kelleher
    United States
  • John Kerr
    United Kingdom
  • John C. Kornblum
    United States
  • Jacques Lanxade
    France
  • Vladimir Lukin
    Russia
  • Klaus Mangold
    Germany
  • Richard Matzke
    United States
  • René Nyberg
    Finland
  • Adam Daniel Rotfeld
    Poland
  • Volker Rühe
    Germany
  • Armen Sarkissian
    Armenia
  • Vyacheslav Trubnikov
    Russia

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