CEURUS: pooling expertise on the European Union and Russian Federation
CITIS: assessing the impact of public e-services on the functioning of the state
V-Dem: analysing democratization and democracy in Eastern Europe and Russia
ENES: providing survey and electoral data about Estonian national elections
CBS: teaching and learning about the Baltic Sea Region
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