Beqa Bochorishvili

Research Fellow


Beqa Bochorishvili is a research fellow on conflict studies at Geocase. He specializes in conflicts, international relations, terrorism, and international security issues. With over 9 years of experience in both the private and public sectors, he has devoted 5 years of service in the staff of the Parliament of Georgia. He served as an assistant to a member of Parliament and worked on foreign policy topics. Additionally, he has completed an internship and held a junior specialist position in the Strategic Communications Department of the Ministry of European Integration.

Beqa’s academic activities include authoring several articles and research within his areas of interest. He holds a bachelor's degree in international relations from the Caucasus University School of Public Administration and a master's degree in diplomacy and international politics from Tbilisi State University. The master's thesis was focused on the Russian-Ukrainian War. 

Furthermore, Beqa has completed courses on "Diplomacy in the Modern World" at the University of London and "Public Policy of the European Union: Social, Economic, and Foreign Policy" at Harvard University. He also received a scholarship from the Adenauer Foundation for his work on spreading disinformation and its prevention.

He is proficient in English, Russian, and French languages.

NATO in the Black Sea Region

25 Apr 2023
In the given article, the focus will be on the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) as a defining organization of collective security policy, representing the Western Hemisphere in the Black Sea region. The article will discuss the objectives and strategies of the...
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What goals drove Russia in 2014 and 2015 during the escalation and ongoing conflict in Ukraine?

29 May 2023
In this article we will talk about Russia's goals in 2014 and 2015, it will be analyzed from the categories of diplomacy, economy, and military directions. Throughout various periods in history, the leaders of the Russian state have consistently exhibited a pro...
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Butterfly Effect: What if the tension between Taiwan and China turned into a War

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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The enduring impacts of Russia’s 2008 war on Georgia

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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