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A Looming Winter Energy Crisis in Europe: Can Azerbaijan Become the Continent’s Next Large Energy Supplier?

Soso Dzamukashvili, Contributing Researcher, Central and East European Studies Specialist

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The Russian Exclave of Kaliningrad and the Lithuanian "Sting"

Giorgi Paniashvili, Analyst

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In line for the candidate status, Georgia will get a European perspective. What are we worried about?

Author:Rondeli Foundation's senior fellow, Kakha Gogolashvili

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The break-up of the Hungarian-Polish coalition - an opportunity for the EU

Leila Chkhetiani, Tbilisi State University

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Failed Tskhinvali Referendum

Badri Belkania, Research Fellow at the Rondeli Foundation

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The War and Georgia

Shota Utiashvili, Senior Fellow at the Rondeli Foundation

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"Autocratic Peace"

Nino Imedashvili. Ilia State Unviersity

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“Rural Orbanism”- Polarization as a determinant for Hungary's political future

Erekle Iantbelidze, Contributing Researcher, M.A. from the College of Europe

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Illegal Presidential Elections in the Tskhinvali Region: Why Bibilov Lost and What to Anticipate in Future

Mamuka Komakhia, Analyst

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How to Respond to Russian Ultra-Orthodox-Historic-Hegemonism?

Timo Hellenberg, CEO at Hellenberg International

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The War in Ukraine and the UK’s New Role in Eastern Europe

Nino Chanadiri, Contributing Analyst

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What Will the Abolition of the OSCE Minsk Group Bring to the South Caucasus?

Eka Javakhishvili, Analyst

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The Presidential Election in France and Europe’s Political Future

David Natroshvili, Contributor, International Security and Defence Studies, Caucasus University

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Will Pashinyan Be Able to Make a Drastic Turnaround in Armenian-Azerbaijani Relations?

Zurab Batiashvili, Research Fellow at the Rondeli Foundation

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Why Has the Abkhaz Side Become More Active on Social Networks?

Badri Belkania, Research Fellow at the Rondeli Foundation

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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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Europe's energy future - challenges and opportunities

Davit Shatakishvili, MPA, Tbilisi State University and German University of Administrative Sciences Speyer

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Uncontrolled Mass Immigration and the Position of the Georgian Government

Giorgi Badridze, Senior Fellow at the Rondeli Foundation

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Changes in Putin's propaganda narratives since the Russian invasion of Ukraine

Giorgi Bilanishvili, Research Fellow at the Rondeli Foundation

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Ukraine will soon embark on a path of practical integration into the European Union. What about Georgia?

Kakha Gogolashvili, Senior Fellow at the Rondeli Foundation

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Positions and Actions of Turkey in the Russo-Ukrainian War

Zurab Batiashvili, Research Fellow at the Rondeli Foundation

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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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Political Winter Olympics in Beijing

Eka Javakhishvili, 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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Abkhazia in 2021: Energy Crisis, New “Minister” and Political Controversy

Mamuka Komakhia, Analyst

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L'Europe pourra-t-elle éviter le “déjà vu” ? (France, President of the Council of the European Union, and the Tensions in Eastern Europe)

Erekle Iantbelidze, Contributing Researcher, M.A. from the College of Europe

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US-Russia Relations and the Issue of Ukraine

Giorgi Bilanishvili, Research Fellow at the Rondeli Foundation

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The New Targets of Ramzan Kadyrov’s Regime

Aleksandre Kvakhadze, Research Fellow at the Rondeli Foundation

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What are the Prospects of the Eastern Partnership Summit Set on 15 December?

Kakha Gogolashvili, Senior Fellow at the Rondeli Foundation

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The Upcoming EaP Summit - Why the Trio Initiative Should Finally Find Its Way

Teona Lavrelashvili, European Party Monitor Manager, Brussels

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What Will the Post-Merkel Era Mean for the EU’s Russia and Eastern Neighbourhood Policy?

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

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What Lies Behind the Growing Cooperation of the Georgian and Hungarian Governments

Soso Chachanidze, International Relations BA student at Eötvös Loránd University in Budapest 

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“Doberman” as a Minister: Inal Ardzinba’s Prospects and Challenges

Mamuka Komakhia, Analyst  

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The Belarus Crisis: How to Enhance Our Resilience Against the Russian Strategy for Its Near-Neighborhood

Timo Hellenberg, CEO at Hellenberg International  

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EU-Poland’s worsened relations and what it means for the EaP

Nino Chanadiri, MA, Ilia State University  

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Lessons From Germany on Political Culture: What Georgia Can Learn From the German Parliamentary Elections

Erekle Iantbelidze, Contributing Researcher, M.A. from the College of Europe   

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Belarus One Year On: An Insecure Regime Under Russian “Protection”

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

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Why Did Iran-Azerbaijan Relations Become Strained?

Zurab Batiashvili, Research Fellow at the Rondeli Foundation  

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Russia’s Parliamentary Elections - What Can Be Said About the Regime’s Stability

Giorgi Bilanisvhili, Research Fellow at the Rondeli Foundation  

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An Emerging Foreign Policy Trend in Central and Eastern Europe: A Turn from China to Taiwan?

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

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Vaccination: “To Be, or not to Be”…

Vladimir Papava, Senior Research Fellow, Rondell Foundation  

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Sharia Patrols in Kabardino-Balkaria: A Growing Trend or a Local Conflict?

Aleksandre Kvakhadze, Research Fellow, Rondeli Foundation  

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Belarus’ exit from the Eastern Partnership and what to expect next

Nino Chanadiri, MA, Ilia State University  

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Pacta Sunt Servanda: Agreements must be kept

Kakha Gogolashvili, Senior Fellow at the Rondeli Foundation  

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Associated Trio, What is Next?

Kakha Gogolashvili, Senior Fellow at the Rondeli Foundation  

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Formation of a New “Political Elite” in Abkhazia - Who Will Replace the Old “Elite?”

Mamuka Komakhia, Analyst  

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The symbolism of the EU flag and why a true Christian would not tear it down and burn it

Kakha Gogolashvili, Senior Fellow at the Rondeli Foundation  

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Securitization of the Arctic: A Looming Threat of Melting Ice

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

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(Re)Mapping the EU’s Relations with Russia: Time for Change?

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

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‘Vaccine Diplomacy’: A New Opportunity for Global Authoritarian Influence?

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

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Deal with the ‘Dragon’: What Can Be the Repercussions of the China-EU Investment Agreement?

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

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Who did the judge sentence: Navalny, Putin or Russia?

Alex Petriashvili, Senior Fellow at the Rondeli Foundation   

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Biden’s Conundrum

Giorgi Badridze, Senior Fellow at the Rondeli Foundation   

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2020 Developments in Abkhazia: “Elections,” the Pandemic and Deeper Integration with Russia

Mamuka Komakhia, Analyst

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The Hungarian Crisis: Is the EU Failing against Authoritarianism?

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

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Could Belarus Become a Prelude to the Great Polish-Swedish War 400 Years Ago?

Timo Hellenberg, CEO at Hellenberg International

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COVID 19 Pandemic Economic Crisis and Reducing the Instability of Georgia’s National Currency

Vladimer Papava, Senior Fellow at the Rondeli Foundation  

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Some Thoughts on the Use of the Term „Post-Soviet Space“

Valeri Chechelashvili, Senior Fellow at Rondeli Foundation   

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Georgia’s European Way During the Period of Pandemic Deglobalization

Vladimer Papava, Senior Fellow at the Rondeli Foundation  

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Turkey's Caucasus Policy Against the Backdrop of the Latest Armenia-Azerbaijan Tensions

Zurab Batiashvili, Research Fellow at the Rondeli Foundation

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Khabarovsk Krai Protests as an Indicator of the Russian Federation’s Stability

Giorgi Bilanishvili, Research Fellow at the Rondeli Foundation  

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Political Crisis in Occupied Abkhazia

By Mamuka Komakhia, Researcher 

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What is the Significance of Killing General Qasem Soleimani?

By Zurab Batiashvili, Research Fellow at Rondeli Foundation  

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What Will the New Dialogue Format with Russia Bring for Georgia?

By Giorgi Bilanishvili, Research Fellow at Rondeli Foundation 

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On the “Russian Culture Center” in Georgia

By David Batashvili, Research Fellow at Rondeli Foundation  

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Whither Economic Policy?

By Vladimer Papava, Senior Fellow at Rondeli Foundation, Professor 

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Main Messages of Russian Propaganda

Giorgi Bilanishvili, Research Fellow at Rondeli Foundation 

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Massive Cyberattacks On Georgia Calls For Defense And Resilience

By Khatuna Mshvidobadze, Senior Fellow at Rondeli Foundation, Professorial Lecturer at The George Washington University and Adjunct Professor of Cybersecurity at Utica College, NY.

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What do we know about the meeting of the Foreign Ministers of the Russian Federation and Georgia?

 

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New Focuses of the Anti-Occupation Policy

By Shota Utiashvili, Senior Fellow at Rondeli Foundation 

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Georgia's Problems are not Addressed at G7 Meetings: Who is to Blame?

By Valeri Chechelashvili, Senior Fellow at Rondeli Foundation 

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The Outcome of the European Parliament Elections - What Does it Mean for Georgia?

By Teona Lavrelashvili, Doctoral Researcher, KU Leuven 

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Deterring Russia

By Irina Arabidze, International Relations Analyst  

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Putin’s Visit to the Occupied Abkhazia: Was our Reaction Actually Adequate?

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

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Pence’s Visit to Georgia: Several Lessons and What We Should be Expecting

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

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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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Georgia’s European Perspective in the Context of EU’s Future Evolution

Author: Kakha Gogolashvili, the Director of the EU Studies Center at the Rondeli Foundation

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Brexit Negotiations between the European Union and the United Kingdom have been re-launched: What will be their Influence on Georgia?

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

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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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Kremlin’s Policy in the Occupied Regions of Georgia Moves to a New Stage

Author: Mamuka Komakhia, Analyst

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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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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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Post-Soviet States – Struggle for the Legitimation of Power

Author:  Giorgi Turmanidze 

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