The newly established European Endowment for Democracy

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The newly established European Endowment for Democracy marks another foreign policy triumph for Central European countries, Poland in particular. Polish deputy foreign minister Jerzy Pomianowski, EED’s director, reports that the institution is now being warmly welcomed as a “new kid on the block,” and that discussions about opportunities for cooperation with its US counterpart, the National Endowment for Democracy, are currently under way. The US and Central Europe already have a history of institutionalized cooperation on democracy assistance: via the Warsaw-
based Community of Democracies, as well as via the Emerging Donors Challenge Fund under the US State Department. They can also capitalize on shared experience gathered through multiple other institutional channels, both governmental and nongovernmental, including USAID, Freedom House, the National Democratic Institute, the International Republican Institute, and George Soros’s Open Society Foundations.

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