Georgia After the Mission in Afghanistan: How to Reclaim Relevance in NATO’s Current Agenda

Nino Samkharadze The decision of the USA and NATO to end an almost 20 year-long mission in Afghanistan poses additional challenges to Georgia’s path of Euro-Atlantic integration. Ending the mission, and withdrawing US and NATO forces will reduce Tbilisi’s direct military engagement with NATO. At...
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The Embassy of Poland to Georgia organized a policy discussion about NATO-Georgia Relations in cooperation with GIP

On April 22 at 14:00, the Embassy of Poland to Georgia organized the presentation and the subsequent discussion of the policy paper “Game of (open) Doors: NATO-Georgian Relations and Challenges for Sustainable Partnership”. The event was organized in cooperation with the Georgian Institute of Po...
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Closer than it may appear #GEOTAN

NATO-Georgia Cooperation since Bucharest Summit Sophiko Kurasbediani According to the latest poll, conducted by the National Democratic Institute (NDI), 75% of the Georgian population supports Georgia’s integration to NATO, 17% disapproves it and the remaining 8% has no clear position. Often, citi...
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“Georgia’s integration to NATO: A successful endeavor” – GIP launches social ads

On 21 November the Georgian Institute of Politics (GIP) in partnership with the NATO Liaison Office in Georgia, organized the presentation of social advertisements, produced to raise awareness about the achievements of Georgia’s integration process with the NATO during the past 10 years.  Welcomi...
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GIP Interview w/ Luke Coffey on NATO-Georgia Relations

A case for Georgia’s membership in NATO by Mr. Luke Coffey, Director of the Douglas and Sarah Allison Center for Foreign Policy, of the Kathryn and Shelby Cullom Davis Institute for National security and Foreign Policy, at the Heritage Foundation. Recently, Mr. Coffey authored a report “NATO Mem...
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