Germany 2009-2017: Images of an Uncertain Power and its Implications for Georgia.

Georgia’s Euro-Atlantic integration is a two-sided process, one that depends both on successful domestic reform and the policies of its European partners. Germany is one partner upon which Georgia’s European future partly depends. (more…)

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International Conference – „Georgia at the Nexus of Democratization and Europeanization: Prospects and Challenges” #GeoDem2017

Georgia has made impressive democratic progress over the past two decades. However, issues related to democratization and Europeanization—as well as the links between them—remain pressing. (more…)

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Round Table Discussion “Georgia in European Discourses: Trends and Challenges”

Georgia’s European integration depends on the policies and priorities of its European partners as well its own successful reforms. As a leader in both the European Union and NATO, France is worth studying in detail. On 10 April 2017, the Georgian Institute of Politics (more…)

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Policy Conference: Religion and Soft Power in the South Caucasus

The Georgian Institute of Politics (GIP) in cooperation with the University of Fribourg and Iv. Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University (TSU) hosted a policy conference – “Religion and Soft Power in the South Caucasus” on March 13-14, 2017 at TSU.

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Expert Polls: Experts Identify Georgia’s Biggest Challenges Going Forward

The Georgian Institute of Politics asked up to 30 Georgian and international engaged observers and experts about the prospects for Georgia’s future following the October parliamentary elections. (more…)

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Georgia’s New Parliament at a Glance

How were MPs of Georgia’s new parliament elected, who hold leadership positions and what is the general structure of our new Parliament?

To answer these questions and make the information easily accessible, Georgian Institute of Politics is presenting – New Parliament at a Glance. (more…)

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Round Table – Parliamentary Elections 2016

On October 6 Georgian Institute of Politics (GIP) and the Dutch liberal party – Democrats 66 (D66) – organized a round table discussion focused on Georgia’s democratic progress, social economic reforms, and foreign policy ambitions. (more…)

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