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What could be the cost of “Putin’s face-saving” for European relations

 

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Why a Neutral Ukraine Is Not on Putin’s Mind (Ukraine’s Neutral Status Is Getting Closer, but What Does It Mean to Putin?)

Fabrizio Napoli, MA student in Interdisciplinary Research and Studies on Eastern Europe (MIREES) at the University of Bologna, Italy

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NATO’s possible expansion in Northern Europe and its significance for Georgia and Ukraine

Nino Chanadiri, Contributing Analyst

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What Is behind Putin’s Sudden Gambit in Ukraine?

Soso Dzamukashvili, Contributing Researcher, Central and East European Studies Specialist, M.A. from the University of Glasgow (UK)  

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What Should Georgia Expect from the NATO Summit

Giorgi Badridze, Senior Fellow at the Rondeli Foundation   

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The Issue of Abkhazia and the Tskhinvali Region in the Context of NATO and European Union Membership

Kakha Gogolashvili, Senior Fellow at the Rondeli Foundation  

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Georgian Defense – Political Paradox and the Vicious Circle of Not Having a System

Mirian Janashvili, Researcher 

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What is the Connection between NATO and Reclaiming Abkhazia?

By Shota Utiashvili, Senior Fellow at Rondeli Foundation 

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On NATO, Russia and Pat Buchanan

By David Batashvili, Research Fellow, 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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Who Gets Russian Help?

Author: Amb. Giorgi Badridze, Senior Fellow at Rondeli Foundation

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Turkey’s Domestic and Foreign Policy in the Context of Regional Security

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

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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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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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