The primary focus of the Center is on the implementation of a number of applied long-term projects for the operational monitoring of the development of internal political processes, as well as tracking the dynamics of foreign policy courses in the post-Soviet states.
The subject matter of the Center’s interests is also information security issues, non-proliferation, integration processes in the Eurasian space, religious and ethnic conflicts.
The Center for Political Analysis and Information Security also works in the following areas:
Since 2010 - public opinion research projects;
We conduct sociological studies, carry out expert surveys, analyze the interaction of elite groups and decision makers, open-source information. So, in 2010, we conducted a “monitoring of the voting procedure at the election of the President of Ukraine” (in-depth interviews with international observers, members of the International Parliamentary Assembly). Starting from 2012, during 3 months before the voting day, we were conducting weekly monitoring (expert surveys and interviews) of changes in the domestic political situation in all regions of Russia where elections on various levels of government were held. Several Russian studies were also undertaken, including Survey on the Russian citizens’ Attitude to the Georgian-Ossetian Conflict of 2008 (more than 1000 interviews), and Identification of Interethnic and Interfaith Conflicts in Russian Regions with the Aim of Developing a Program to Prevent Them (more than 2,000 in-depth expert interviews).
Since 2012 - the production of exclusive political analytics;
The resources of the Center allow us to prepare exclusive informational and analytical products for our clients, including operational and systematic analytical reports and conclusions, political forecasting and expert assessments on a number of problems. The materials prepared by the Center for its customers, in most cases are purely exclusive.
Since 2013 - education projects;
From 2013 to 2016, we were organizing annual courses for preparing a pool of public observers to implement the procedure of public control over the electoral process in Russia. More than 150 public observers were trained within 3 years of this project.
Since 2014 - Track II diplomacy projects;
In connection with the deteriorating of the world situation, the Center opened new fields of action - projects related to “track 2 diplomacy”, including: workshops and informal meetings with the participation of experts with significant international and political experience.
Since 2015 - organization and holding of events;
Over 30 roundtable discussions and conferences were held by the Center in recent years, including events at the State Duma of the Federal Assembly of the Russian Federation; at the Public Chamber of Russia and at the UN headquarters in New York during NPT Review Conference in May 2015 and in Geneva with roundtables on the topic “Europe minus Russia: 12 months of new reality; and what about next 12 months?” in June 2015.
The Center’s clients are both Russian and foreign research institutions, as well as private and public organizations. Working with its clients, the Center adheres to the principles of exclusivity and efficiency.
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