The Center for Eastern European Studies (RESC), which operates in Vilnius for thirteen years, has signed cooperation agreements with well-known American thinktanks – the Institute for Foreign Policy (FPRI) and the European Policy Analysis Center (CEPA), portal delfi.lt reports.
According to LINO Koyala, the head of RESC, the cooperation will enable the realization of projects and make the voice heard more on the other side of the Atlantic.
"This will provide more opportunities for Lithuanian analysts working in various institutions to enter the US information space and will encourage us to raise a quality cartel up," L. said. Kojaala.
One of the first practical steps should be to assist partners in the future publication of the RESC analytical publication "Lithuanian Foreign Policy Review" among US decision makers and the public sphere.