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Dr. Khatuna Burkadze – The parliament should not adopt a bill that will undermine Georgia’s perspectives on European integration
Author: 10 May 2024
Interview on current topics of foreign and domestic policy with Dr. Khatuna Burkadze, Director of Foreign Policy Studies at ''Geocase,'' Professor, an Alumna of the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy and the Harvard Negotiation Program, a member of the...
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Dr. Khatuna Burkadze – Georgia’s European integration is our historical choice, and our constitutional duty is to achieve European goals.
25 Apr 2024
Introduction Today, a modern Georgia is in the crucial phase of its development. Despite challenges, we should achieve our European and Euro-Atlantic aspirations. Our ancestors, and currently, we are fighting for the European, better future of Georgia. Brave Georgi...
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On Some Peculiarities of Modern Economic Security
Author: 24 Apr 2024
An Unusual Introduction... The 1886 short story "How Much Land Does a Man Need? " was written by the famous Russian writer Leo Tolstoy. The main character of the story, a poor peasant, dreams of becoming a landowner. In response to this dream, fate puts him to the...
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Georgia's Upgraded Foreign Policy: For Greater Practicality, for Greater Effectiveness
Author: 24 Feb 2024
Current Realities Foreign policy has never been a linear endeavor, and one could always read in the visible or hidden movements of its creation the successful or unsuccessful operation of a complex mechanism. As the system of international relations has evolved, th...
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On Georgia’s Candidate Status for European Union Membership: Some Practical Considerations and Observations 
Author: 19 Jan 2024
Much has been said about the historical significance of the European Council decision of December 14, 2023, and much will be said in the future. Given the political and legal, economic, moral and social nature of the EU membership candidate status for Georgia, this is a...
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The enduring impacts of Russia’s 2008 war on Georgia
Author: 15 Nov 2023
When contemplating various scenarios for how the conflict with Russia might end, Ukraine’s leaders can take clear lessons from Moscow’s brutal military campaign against another one-time Soviet state, Georgia.   The Russo-Georgian War of 2008 marked a significant mom...
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The New Economic “Autarchy”: on a Few Fundamental Global Trends and Important Expectations
Author: 11 Nov 2023
The end of the Cold War not only heralded an idyll in international relations, but also promised maximum access to the accumulated economic benefits worldwide through various alliances, pacts or initiatives. It is indicative that Francis Fukuyama’s The End of History, w...
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Butterfly Effect: What if the tension between Taiwan and China turned into a War
Author: 30 Aug 2023
China has become one of the most influential countries past decades. Its fast-growing economy, strong military capacity, and well-adjusted geopolitical policy have turned China into a global player, even though communists run the country. On the other hand, Taiwan has b...
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Don’t You Love Me? Cracks in the Iran-Russia Romance
Author: 22 July 2023
Since the full-scale war in Ukraine began, Russia and Iran have advanced their ties in the military, economic, and intelligence spheres. The established narrative has been that the two are now nearing the creation of a de facto alliance.     Animated by opposition t...
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