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Russia's Testing or Bullying?

Hanna Shelest, PhD, Director of Security Programmes at the Foreign Policy Council “Ukrainian Prism”  

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The Risk of the Renewal of the Karabakh Conflict after the Velvet Revolution in Armenia

Author: Giorgi Bilanishvili, Research Fellow, Rondeli Foundation

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Why It Is Necessary to Know the Day the Russo-Georgian War of 2008 Started

Author: David Batashvili, Research Fellow of Rondeli Foundation

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The Ben Hodges Model – a Real Way for Georgia’s Membership in NATO

A couple of days ago POLITICO published an article by General Ben Hodges, former Commander of the United States Army Europe, where he discussed the pros and cons of the idea of placing permanent US military bases in Poland. This article is important as much as it does not only discuss the Poland-NATO-US relations with regard to Russia, but also directly mentions Georgia, putting forward…

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Georgia and the American Strategy

Author: David Batashvili, Research Fellow, Rondeli Foundation

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Russia’s Influence over the Field of Security in Tskhinvali Region is Growing: Support for Full Integration

Author:  Mamuka Komakhia, Analyst 

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Russia’s Influence over the Field of Security in Abkhazia is Increasing

Author:  Mamuka Komakhia, Analyst 

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Growth of Military Spending and Relations with Russia: Azerbaijan trying to Gain Advantage over Armenia

Author:  Mamuka Komakhia, Analyst 

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Is it Acceptable for Georgia to Declare Neutrality?

Author: Amb. Irakli Menagarishvili, the Chairman  of the Strategic Research Centre

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How to Stop the “Creeping Occupation”

Author: Amb. Valeri Chechelashvili, the Senior Fellow of the Rondeli Foundation

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Syrian Civil War in the Context of Regional Security

Author:  Zurab Batiashvili, Expert of Oriental Studies, Doctor of Historical Sciences

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The Winnable Second Round of Russia’s Neighbors’ Struggle against Its Imperialism

Author: David Batashvili, International Relations Analyst

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Military Resilience - a Needed Factor for NATO-Partners

Over the decades of intensive engagement with its close partners, NATO has always insisted on military interoperability of the partner nation’s forces with those of the Alliance. Quite often, the primacy of military fitness exceeded the heavy weight of political requirements such as democratic transformation of the defense sector or increased transparency for better civilian control. …

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Observations on the Agreement Reached with Gazprom

Author: Amb. Valeri Chechelashvili, Senior Fellow at the Rondeli Foundation

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New Russian Weaponry in the Caucasus and Its Impact on Georgia’s NATO Aspiration

Author: Shota Utiashvili, Senior-Fellow at the Rondeli Foundation 

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