Euroscepticism and religion in Georgian far-right groups’ political agenda

Working Paper, May 2021 / #13 Similar to other European countries, Georgia has seen a rise in far-right movements with a specific political agenda. Three far-right political parties, characterized by public demonstrations and radicalism, are particularly similar in rhetoric and messaging. Their main...
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Eurosceptic, therefore, Pro-Russian?

Givi Silagadze One can hardly find an organization in Georgia, political or otherwise, which openly declares that it is pro-Russian. However, the public realm as well as the media and NGO sectors are full of labels like pro-Russian, pro-Kremlin and pro-Putin. Often, Eurosceptic populist parties with...
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The Birth of a Centrist France? What Macron means for Georgia

Shota Gelovani* On May 7, the supporters of European integration, free markets, and open borders celebrated Emmanuel Macron’s victory in the second round of the French presidential elections. Roughly 20 million French voters put their trust in the 39-year old political independent, refusing the fa...
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