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Alieva LIntegrative Processes in the South Caucasus and Their Security ImplicationsSecurity
Aphrasidze D & Siroky DFrozen Transitions and Unfrozen Conflicts, Or What Went Wrong in Georgia?Politics
Aphrasidze D & Siroky DGuns, Roses and Democratization: Huntington’s Secret Admirer in the CaucasusPolitics
Arasli JThe Rising Wind: Is the Caucasus Emerging as a Hub for Terrorism, Smuggling, and Trafficking?Security
Bader MAgainst All Odds: Aiding Political Parties in Georgia and UkrainePolitics
Baumann EPost-Soviet Georgia: It’s a Long, Long Way to “Modern” Social Protection…Economy
Baumann EPost-Soviet Georgia: the Rocky Path towards Modern Social ProtectionEconomy
Blandy CGeorgia and Russia: A Further Deterioration in RelationsForeign Affairs
Blauvelt TKEndurance of the Soviet imperial tongue: the Russian language in contemporary GeorgiaSociety
Braun ANATO and Russia: Post-Georgia Threat PerceptionsForeign Affairs
Brocklebank-Johnson EPolitics of Oil in TranscaucasiaForeign Affars
Broers LWho are the Mingrelians? Language, Identity and Politics in Western GeorgiaSociety
Bugajski JGeorgian Lessons: Conflicting Russian and Western Interests in the Wider EuropeSecurity
Christophe BFrom Hybrid Regime to Hybrid Capitalism? The Political Economy of Georgia under Eduard ShevardnadzeEconomy
CIPDD, GYLA & SAFERWORLDPeace, Security and Stability in GeorgiaSecurity
Cohen JA question of sovereignty. The Georgia-Abkhazia Peace ProcessSecurity
Coppieters BThe EU and Georgia: Time Perspectives in Conflict ResolutionForeign Affairs
Coppieters B & Legvold RStatehood and Security: Georgia after the Rose RevolutionSecurity
Cornell SGetting Georgia RightPolitics
Cornell SSmall Nations and Great PowersSecurity
Cornell S, Tsereteli M & Socor VGeostrategic Implications of the Baku-Tbilisi-Ceyhan PipelineForeign Affairs
Darchiashvili DGeorgia – The Search for State SecuritySecurity
Darchiashvili DGeorgian Security Sector: Achievements and FailuresSecurity
Darchiashvili DNational Society and Imperatives of Modern SecuritySecurity
Darchiashvili DGeorgia: A Hostage to ArmsSecurity
Darchiashvili DEthnic Relations as Security Factor in Southern GeorgiaSecurity
Darchiashvili DThe Russian Military Presence in Georgia: The Parties’ Attitudes and ProspectsSecurity
Darchiashvili DThe Army-Building and Security Problems in GeorgiaSecurity
Darchiashvili DGeorgian Defense Policy and Military ReformSecurity
Darchiashvili DGeorgian Security – Challenged from Within and WithoutSecurity
De Waal TSo Long, SaakashviliPolitics
De Waal TGeorgia’s Choices: Charting a Future in Uncertain TimesPolitics
Derluguian GAbkhazia: A Broken ParadiseHistory
Di Puppo LBetween Hesitation and Commitment: The EU and Georgia after the 2008 WarForeign Affairs
EditorsGeorgian ArchitectureSociety
European CommissionTrade Sustainability Impact Assessment in support of negotiations of a DCFTA between the EU and Georgia and the Republic of MoldovaForeign Affairs
Fairbanks C & Gugushvili AA New Chance for Georgian DemocracyPolitics
Foucher M & Giuliani JDThe European Union and Russo-Georgian WarForeign Affairs
Frichova Grono MGeorgia’s Conflicts: What Role for the EU as MediatorForeign Affairs
Galtung JSome Observations on the CaucasusForeign Affairs
Gaudiano MCan energy security cooperation help Turkey, Georgia and Azerbaijan to strengthen Western oriented links?Foreign Affairs
Gegeshidze AGeorgia in the Wider Europe Context: Bridging Divergent InterpretationsForeign Affairs
George JAThe Politics of Ethnic Separatism in Russia and GeorgiaSecurity
German TCorridor of Power: The Caucasus and Energy SecurityForeign Affairs
Gogolashvili KThe EU and Georgia: The Choice is in the ContextForeign Affairs
Gould RDialectics of filiation and affiliationSociety
Government of GeorgiaNational Security Concept of Georgia, 2011Security
Grigolia ACustom and justice in the Caucasus: The Georgian highlandersSociety
Gugushvili APolitical Economy of Old-age Pension Reforms in GeorgiaEconomics
Gugushvili AAscriptive Inequality and Life Chances in GeorgiaEconomy
Gugushvili AThe (non) Reform of the Georgian Pension system, 1991-2011: A Brief History and UpdateEconomy
Gunia IOld New Georgian ElitesPolitics
Gvalia G, Siroky D, Lebanidze B & Iashvili ZThinking Outside the Bloc: Explaining the Foreign Policies of Small StatesForeign Affairs
Gzirishvili DIndependent Georgia – Health and Social Protection SystemsEconomy
Human Rights WatchSingled Out: Russia’s Detention and Expulsion of GeorgiansForeign Affairs
Indans IRelations of Russia and Georgia: Developments and Future ProspectsForeign Affairs
International Crisis GroupGeorgia's Armenian and Azeri MinoritiesSociety
Jawad PDemocratic Consolidation in Georgia after the “Rose Revolution”?Politics
Jones SThe role of cultural paradigms in Georgian foreign policyForeign Affairs
Jones SDemocracy in Georgia: Da Capo?Politics
Jones SThe Rose Revolution: A Revolution without Revolutionaries?Politics
Kabachnik PWounds that won’t heal: cartographic anxieties and the quest for territorial integrity in GeorgiaHistory
Kakachia KGeorgia: identity, foreign policy and the politics of a “Euro-Atlantic orientation”Foreign Affairs
Kakachia KThe End of Russian Military Bases in Georgia: Social, Political and Security Implications of WithdrawalSecurity
Kakachia KShaping Georgia’s Future After the Russian InvasionSecurity
Kakachia KBetween Russian Assertiveness and InsecuritySecurity
Kakachia K & Cecire MGeorgia’s Foreign Policy: The Quest for Sustainable SecurityForeign Affairs
Kaplan RWhere Europe VanishesPolitics
KASThe South Caucasus 2018: Facts, Trends, Future ScenariosPolitics
Khelashvili GGeorgian Perceptions of the North Caucasus and of US-Russian RelationsForeign Affairs
Khelashvili GGeorgia’s Foreign Policy Impasse. Is Consensus Crumbling?Foreign Affairs
Khelashvili GGeorgia, Russia and the North Caucasus: Is Enmity What States Make of It?Security
Khidasheli TGeorgia’s European WayForeign Affairs
Khuntsaria TProspect of Deep and Comprehensive Free Trade Area (DCFTA) – Is There a European Way for Georgia?Foreign Affairs
King CThe Five-Day WarSecurity
Kulick J & Yakobashvili TGeorgia and the Wider Black SeaForeign Affairs
Larsson RGeorgia’s Search for SecuritySecurity
Larsson ROrganizing National Security: The New Glasnost and Perestroika in GeorgiaSecurity
Lazarus JNeo-liberal State Building and Western ‘Democracy Promotion’: the case of GeorgiaPolitics
Linderman LJThe Gendered Feast: Experiencing a Georgian SupraSociety
Lois AS, Tavartkiladze T, Kumsiashvili M, Chkheidze TA Heavy BurdenSociety
Loke HYOf Neighbours, Partners and EU Aspirants: the Case of EU-Georgia Relations since the 2003 Rose RevolutionForeign Affairs
Lussac SThe Baku-Tbilisi-Kars railroad and its geopolitical implications for the South CaucasusForeign Affairs
Lutsevych OHow to Finish a Revolution: Civil Society and Democracy in Georgia, Moldova and UkrainePolitics
MacFarlane NDemocratization, Nationalism and Regional Security in the Southern CaucasusSecurity
MacFarlane NGeorgia: National Security Concept versus National SecuritySecurity
Majer MSecurity Sector Reform in Countries of Visegrad and Southern Caucasus: Challenges and OpportunitiesSecurity
Manning PSocialist supras and drinking democratically: changing images of the Georgian feast and Georgian society from Socialism to Post-socialismSociety
Manning PMateriality and Cosmology: Old Georgian Churches as Sacred, Sublime, and Secular ObjectsSociety
Manning PRose-Colored Glasses? Color Revolutions and Cartoon Chaos in Postsocialist GeorgiaSociety
Manning PThe Epoch of Magna: Capitalist Brands and Postsocialist Revolutions in GeorgiaSociety
Manning P, Uplisashvili A“Our Beer”: Ethnographic Brands in Postsocialist GeorgiaSociety
Mchedlishvili EGeorgia and the Caucasus: Search for the Principles for the Regional Security ConceptSecurity
Merabishvili GGeorgia’s Foreign Policy Priority: Relations with the European Union before and after the Change of the GovernmentForeign affairs
Messerlin P, Emerson M, Jandieri G & Vernoy ALAn Appraisal of the EU’s Trade Policy towards its Eastern Neighbours: The Case of GeorgiaForeign Affairs
Minesashvili SHow European Are We? Explaining Georgia’s Westward AspirationForeign Affairs
Mitchell LDemocracy in Georgia Since the Rose RevolutionPolitics
Montefiore SSShevardnadze was respected – but never loved – by GeorgiansHistory
Nalbandov RLiving with Security Dilemmas: Triggers of Ethnic Conflicts: The Case of GeorgiaSecurity
Nilsson NThe October 2012 Elections and the Role of Democracy in Georgia’s Foreign PolicyForeign Affairs
Nodia GThe Dynamics and Sustainability of the Rose RevolutionPolitics
Nodia GCauses and Visions of Conflict in AbkhaziaSecurity
Nodia GCivil Society Development in Georgia: Achievements and ChallengesPolitics
Nodia GThe Role of Democracy Research Organizations in GeorgiaPolitics
Nodia G & Pinto Scholtbach AThe Political Landscape of GeorgiaPolitics
Papava VThe “Rosy” Mistakes of the IMF and World Bank in GeorgiaEconomics
Papava VReforming of the Post-Soviet Georgia’s Economy in 1991-2011Economy
Papava VThe Political Economy of Georgia’s Rose RevolutionEconomy
Papava VAnatomical Pathology of Georgia’s Rose RevolutionPolitics
Phillips DPost-conflict GeorgiaSecurity
Popescu NThe EU and South Caucasus: Learning Lessons from Moldova and UkraineForeign Affairs
Popescu NEurope’s Unrecognised Neighbours: The EU in Abkhazia and South OssetiaForeign Affairs
Rekhviashvili LDevelopment and the role of the state; Visions of post-revolutionary Georgian governmentEconomy
Rimple PWho Owned Georgia 2003-2012Politics
Rinnert DEastern partnership in Georgia: Increasing Efficiency of EU Neighborhood Policies in South Caucasus?Foreign Affairs
Rondeli AThe Choice of Independent GeorgiaForeign Affairs
Rondeli ARussia and Georgia: Relations Are Still TenseForeign Affairs
Rondeli AGeorgia-Russia: From Negative to Positive UncertaintyForeign Affairs
Rondeli ASecurity Threats in the Caucasus: Georgia’s ViewSecurity
Rondeli AGeorgia: Foreign Policy and National Security PrioritiesSecurity
Sammut DThe Birth of the Georgian State: Giving Georgia a Second ChanceSecurity
ShandlerThe Baku-Ceyhan Pipeline: How Much is Billions of Barrels Worth?Foreign Affairs
Sharvashidze GPrivate education in higher educationSociety
Shatirishvili Z"Old" Intelligentsia and "New" Intellectuals: The Georgian ExperienceSociety
Shatirishvili ZThe montage of Tbilisi cultureSociety
Shecter KThe Privatization of the Georgian Healthcare SystemEconomy
Shiriyev Z & Kakachia KAzerbaijani-Georgian RelationsForeign Affairs
Sichinava DWhere Do We PublishBlog
Simão L & Freire MRThe EU’s Neighborhood Policy and the South Caucasus: Unfolding New Patterns of CooperationForeign Affairs
Sir AYThe Emergence and Evolution of Georgian Security DiscourseSecurity
Siroky D & Dzutsev VRational or Reckless? Georgia’s Zugzwang in the CaucasusForeign Affairs
Slider DThe Politics of Georgia’s IndependenceHistory
Sokov NThe Withdrawal of Russian Military Bases from GeorgiaSecurity
Suny RGThe Pawn of the Great Powers: The East-West Competition for CaucasiaForeign Affairs
Tangiashvili N, Slade GZero-tolerance schooling: education policy, crime, and democracy in post-Soviet GeorgiaSociety
Thomas EWhen Sugar Cane Grows in the Snow: Ethno-Nationalist Politics and the Collapse of the Georgian StateHistory
Timm CEconomic Regulation and State Interventions. Georgia’s Move from Neoliberalism to State Managed CapitalismEconomy
Timm CNeopatrimonialism by Default. State Politics and Domination in Georgia after the Rose RevolutionPolitics
Timm CA Liberal Developmental State in Georgia? State Dominance and Washington Consensus in the Post-Communist RegionEconomy
Toal G & O'Laughlin JInside South Ossetia: A Survey of Attitudes in a De Facto StateSecurity
Tsiskarishvili SGeorgia, 2009: Post-War Challenges & PerspectivesSecurity
Tsygankov AP & Tarver-Wahlquist MDuelling Honors: Power, Identity and the Russia–Georgia DivideForeign Affairs
Tuite KThe Autocrat of the Banquet Table: the political and social significance of the Georgian supraSociety
Tuite KThe banner of Xaxmat’is-Jvari: Vazha-Pshavela’s XevsuretiSociety
Welt CThe Thawing of a Frozen ConflictSecurity
Welt CStill Staging Democracy: Contestation and Conciliation in Postwar GeorgiaPolitics
Welt CPolitical Change and Border Security Reform in Eurasia: the Case of GeorgiaSecurity
Wertsch JGeorgia as a Laboratory for DemocracyPolitics
Wilson DGeorgia’s Path to NATOForeign Affairs
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