This monograph outlines the possibilities for conflict in the Caucasian region and the qualities that make it a strategically important one, not only for Washington and Moscow, but also increasingly for Europe 다운로드. Cornell argues that the United States needs to develop a coherent and proactive rather than reactive policy toward the region. This must first include a reassessment of relations with Russia 다운로드. Moreover, a strategic approach to Georgia should include continued support for Georgia’s reforms; increased support for the internationalization of the peacekeeping and negotiation structures in Georgia’s conflicts; and measures to support increased trade relations with Georgia to provide for alternative markets 알라딘 ebook 다운로드.
Cornell, S. (2007). Georgia After the Rose Revolution. Geopolitical Predicament and Implications for U.S. Policy. Carlisle, PA: Strategic Studies Institute, U.S 다운로드. Army War College.
Alexander Cooley and Lincoln Mitchell argue in this article that two flawed principles guided recent U.S. policy towards Georgia that failed to anticipate the 2008 conflict and prevent its escalation 다운로드. First, the United States supported the Saakashvili government, rather than promoting broader Georgian democratic development. Second, the United States backed reuniting Georgia’s territorial integrity, rather than acting as an honest broker to resolve the frozen conflicts with South Ossetia and Abkhazia 삼성 fn 메신저 다운로드. Over time, the strong personalized ties that developed between Washington and Tbilisi transformed the Georgian regime’s domestic policies and priorities into official U.S 다운로드. policies and goals, leading to an unhealthy capture of U.S. foreign policy by Tbilisi.
Cooley, A., & Mitchell, L. A. (2009). No way to treat our friends: recasting recent US–Georgian relations 다운로드. The Washington Quarterly, 32(1), 27-41.
This report starts with a description of current U.S. policy towards the Georgian conflicts. The authors detail the important but often overlooked progress that has been achieved since the war, but argue for a more proactive U.S 영어 오디오북 다운로드. approach to the Georgia conflicts. In the last part of policy recommendations, they focus on the mutually beneficial steps conflicting sides can take without forcing reconsideration of their positions on the issues that fundamentally divide them 2014 오토캐드 키젠.
Charap, S. & Welt, C. (2011). A More Proactive U.S. Approach to the Georgia Conflicts. Center for American Progress. Washington, DC drm.
When most of Eastern Europe was struggling with dictatorships of one kind or another, the Democratic Republic of Georgia (1918-1921) established a constitution, a parliamentary system with national elections, an active opposition, and a free press 피땀눈물 다운로드. Like the Democratic Republic of Georgia in 1918, its successors emerged after 1991 from a bankrupt empire, and faced, yet again, the task of establishing a new economic, political and social system from scratch 나의 왼발. In both 1918 and 1991, Georgia was confronted with a hostile Russia and followed a pro-Western and pro-democratic course. The top regional experts in this book explore the domestic and external parallels between the Georgian post-colonial governments of the early twentieth and twenty-first centuries 다운로드. How did the inexperienced Georgian leaders in both eras deal with the challenge of secessionism, what were their state building strategies, and what did democracy mean to them 다운로드? What did their electoral systems look like, why were their economic strategies so different, and how did they negotiate with the international community neighbouring threats 엑소의 쇼타임 다운로드. These are the central challenges of transitional governments around the world today. Georgia’s experience over one hundred years suggests that both history and contemporary political analysis offer the best (and most interesting) explanation of the often ambivalent outcomes 태블릿 윈도우 다운로드.
Jones, S. F. (2014). The Making of Modern Georgia, 1918-2012: The First Georgian Republic and Its Successors다운로드. Routledge.
In a special issue brief, Atlantic Council Executive Vice President Damon Wilson weighs in to the controversial debate and lays out a viable path forward on Georgia’s aspirations 보여줄게. Wilson offers a creative strategy to restore the credibility of the Bucharest summit commitment that Georgia will become a NATO member by drawing lessons from historical antecedents of how the Alliance has caveated its security guarantee to address disputed territory of its members 다운로드.
Wilson, D. (2014). Georgia’s Path to NATO. Atlantic Council, Completing Europe, Special Issue Brief.