MEP Andrius Kubilius on the integration of Eastern Partnership Countries into the EU

📍 On 19 October, MEP Andrius Kubilius and Ramūnas Stanionis presented a policy memo – “Eastern Partnership ‘Beyond Westlessness”: a New Momentum For The European Integration”, to the Georgian media at an online briefing organized by the Georgian Institute of Politics (GIP). 🇪...
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Launching the third and fourth thematic Working Groups (WG) 2021-2022

📌 On October 16-17 Georgian Institute of Politics launched the third and fourth thematic Working Groups on the topics – The role of young people in Georgia’s foreign policy and Youth Employment. The 3rd group of active ELS alumni will discuss possibilities for young people to have more im...
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On September 27 an information meeting was held for those wishing to participate in Emerging Leaders School (ELS)

The Georgian Institute of Politics (GIP) team made a presentation about ELS and its sub-projects. After the presentation, the project coordinators answered the attendees’ questions about the content and format of the ELS trainings. At the end of the event, alumnis of the Emerging Leaders Schoo...
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Promoting Youth Transformational Leaders in Georgia

Implementer: Georgian Institute of Politics (GIP) In partnership with: CRRC Georgia Supported by: USAID Project duration: October 2019 – March 2022 The overall aim of the project proposal is to promote transformational young leaders in Georgia, enhancing their participation and representation in p...
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EU-Armenia Relations in the Framework of Visa Facilitation and Liberalization

Dr. Stepan Grigoryan Obtaining a visa-free regime with the EU is one of the main goals set both in the EU’s Eastern Partnership and in the 2019 Programme of the Government of Armenia. The final stage for reaching the visa-liberalization agreement, namely the Visa-Dialogue between the EU and Armeni...
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Call for Applications: GEOPATH Scholarship Scheme for PhD in Political Science

The Georgian Institute of Politics and the Norwegian Institute of International Affairs in cooperation with Faculty of Social and Political science of TSU would like to invite prospective PhD students to apply for the GEOPATH scholarship scheme for the academic year of 2019-2022....
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Mapping Georgia’s Visa-Free Progress: The Quest for a Preventive Strategy

Tatia Dolidze* This paper examines EU-Georgia post-visa free official discourse, facts and statistics against the negative benchmarks identified in the Visa Suspension Mechanism, which was introduced as a measure of self-defense by the European Union. The evaluation of relevant data confirms the leg...
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A memorandum of mutual cooperation was signed between GIP and TSU

On December 5 the Georgian Institute of Politics (GIP) and Ivane Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University (TSU) signed a memorandum of mutual cooperation. The signing ceremony was held at TSU.     The memorandum was signed by – the director of Georgian Institute of Politics – Kornely Kak...
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Book Presentation – “Geopolitics and Security: A New Strategy for the South Caucasus” – in Berlin

Kornely Kakachia, the GIP director, participated in the book presentation – “Geopolitics and Security: A New Strategy for the South Caucasus” – hosted by the German Council on Foreign Relations (DGAP) on May 17, 2018 in Berlin,Germany.  The South Caucasus is a region at the...
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