GIP participates in the roundtable discussion on Georgia’s Europeanisation at Clingendael

On October 22, GIP Director, Kornely Kakachia and GIP Deputy Director – Renata Skardžiūtė-Kereselidze, were invited to speak at the roundtable discussion – “Prospects and Challenges for the Europeanisation of Georgia” by Clingendael Institute in the Hague, Netherlands. With the launch of...
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“Europeanization beyond Process: Bringing Georgia Closer to Europe”  

Project Donor: Open Society Initiative for Europe   Project Timeframe: 01/01/2018 – 31/12/2019  Project’s Budget: 61,784 USD  Project Partners: Institute for European Politics (IEP), Berlin, Germany    Georgian Institute of Politics (GIP) is starting a two-year program supported...
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Can the Association Agreement be Georgia’s Pathway into Europe?

Gvantsa Ichkiti* The Georgia-European Union (EU) Association Agreement has been a major subject of discussion since being signed in 2014. The Association Agreement is a complex document that went into force in July 2016. At 752 pages long, full implementation of the agreement will take years....
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A Reluctant Partner: Georgian-German Relations Revisited

Kornely Kakachia Georgian Institute of Politics PONARS Eurasia Policy Memo No. 463 March 2017 For Georgia, the enacting of an Association Agreement with the EU in the summer of 2016 was a pivotal moment in cementing its strategic bonds with Europe....
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