Dilemmas in Georgia's New Regional Policy
Georgia's commitment to transatlantic integration has not prevented the government developing ties with more controversial partners, such as Belarus and Iran. Meanwhile, relations between Georgia and Russia remain frozen, as a result of which no progress has been made on conflict resolution in Abkhazia and South Ossetia.
Ghia Nodia will discuss the challenges Georgia faces in its regional policy, and likely future dynamics.
Attendance is by invitation only.