Webinar: “Does being nationalist mean being Eurosceptic?”

On June 24, 2020, within the framework of the public discussion series “Analysing Illiberal Tendencies in Georgia”, Georgian Institute of Politics (GIP) held the second online event “Does being nationalist mean being Eurosceptic?”.  The discussion series, which is financially supported by t...
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Webinar: Turkey in search of a new foreign policy in the South Caucasus

On June 3, Georgian Institute of Politics (GIP) hosted a webinar “Turkey in search of a new foreign policy in the South Caucasus”. It was the opening event of the public discussion series “Analysing Current State and Trends of Turkish Foreign Policy in the South Caucasus”. Three online pub...
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Informing Ethnic Minorities about the EU funding provided to Georgia during Covid-19 Crisis

*The text is also available in Armenian language – please scroll down* On May 8, the Georgian Institute of Politics (GIP) held an online discussion regarding EU funding provided to Georgia during the Covid-19 crisis. The discussion targeted the ethnic minorities of Samtskhe-Javakheti and Kvemo...
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EU Funding for Georgia in Response to Covid-19 Crisis: Informing Ethnic Minorities in Samtskhe-Javakheti and Kvemo Kartli Regions

*Text is available in Armenian and Azerbaijani languages*  On May 8, the Georgian Institute of Politics (GIP) will organize a Zoom Webinar discussion about EU funding provided for Georgia in fighting against the Covid-19 crisis. The Webinar will target ethnic minority groups in the regions of Kvemo...
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