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Democracy Under Stress: Western Fatigue, Russian Resurgence, And Their Implications For Democratic Processes In Georgia
GIP Research Fellow
Although anti-Russian sentiments are still dominant among Georgians, Russia’s rising popularity shows that the danger of Tbilisi abandoning its pro-Western foreign policy, along with its democratic reforms, is real. What can be done to avoid such a scenario and how can the West, together with the Georgian government and civil society, prevent it? (more…)...
GIP Research Fellow
This policy paper analyses the attitudes, values and behavior of the Georgian Orthodox Church (GOC) in the context of democratization and explores potential ways to engage the GOC in the reform process, as well as include it in public and political debates.
The South Caucasus is situated at the intersection of Eurasia’s major transport and energy corridors, making it an important geostrategic region. Traditional regional actors Iran, Turkey and Russia have jostled for influence and power in the region for centuries, and are now faced with competition from the EU, China, the US and NATO. (more…)...
This issue of the CAD examines how Ukraine’s troubles have impacted 1) Georgia’s foreign policy and internal stability; 2) Azerbaijan’s attempts to maintain good relations with both Russia and the West; and 3) the still-simmering Nagorno-Karabakh conflict.
The current report on “Threat Perceptions in the OSCE Area” presents the results of the first project of the “OSCE Network of Think Tanks and Academic Institutions”. The subject of this study is an analysis of a broad spectrum of threat perceptions that governments have and a comparison among them. (more…)...
Tbilisi State University/Georgian Institute of Politics
The foreign policy orientation of Georgia’s new government has been the subject ofconsiderable speculation. During the NATO Parliamentary Assembly’s 83rd Rose-RothSeminar, held in Tbilisi, Prime Minister Bidzina Ivanishvili reiterated that hisgovernment looks forward to receiving a Membership Action Plan (MAP) at the 2014NATO summit. (more…)...
Tbilisi State University
Georgia’s foreign policy has been the object of study in many books and articles. However, this is the first attempt to collect the perspectives and analyses of a variety of international experts within a single publication.This book from the Georgian Institute of Politics and the Konrad Adenauer Foundation examines some of Georgia’s most important foreign policy issues and partnerships. (more…)...