Security problems of Georgia and the Caucasus are frequently analysed in terms of conflict, geopolitics and pipeline diplomacy. This study, however, awards those aspects subsidiary roles and turn focus to national security actors, international structures and security cooperation 윈도우 10 msdn 다운로드. Hence, the objective of this study is to critically assess Georgia’s security as of the year 2003, by seeking to answer three separate questions, namely: 1 일본 카카오톡 다운로드. What is the current status of Georgian’s national security structures? 2. What are the current options and implications for Georgia concerning international security structures? 3 낚시신공. What long-term issues and risks are connected to the US-Georgian security cooperation?
Larsson, R. (2003). Georgia’s Search for Security: An Analysis of Georgia’s National Security Structures and International Cooperation 다운로드. Occasional Paper No.1, Georgian Foundation for Security and International Studies, Tbilisi.
This article focuses on political transformation in the South Caucasus and its implications for regional security. It argues that the democratization of the region’s politics in the late Soviet and post-Soviet eras contributed considerably to the deterioration in the region’s security, largely because it provided space for the articulation of national chauvinist ideas, and to some extent fostered an incentive structure in the region conducive to elite manipulation of national myths 마이크로소프트 파워포인트. Rather than playing a proactive role, democratization served primarily as a permissive condition opening the way for conflict potential to evolve into war 스카이캐슬 무료 다운로드.
MacFarlane, S. N. (1997). Democratization, Nationalism and Regional Security in the Southern Caucasus. Government and Opposition, 32(03), 399-420 Cura 3.6 download.
This is the first book to explore the deep and complex security challenges facing Georgia before and after the dramatic revolution of November 2003 다운로드. It brings together Georgian and non-Georgian authors who look at the many different sides of the challenges Georgia faces—from territorial conflicts within the country to tensions beyond Georgia’s borders, including the long, troubled relationship with Russia 유튜브 f12 다운로드.
Coppieters, B., & Legvold, R. (2005, October). Statehood and security: Georgia after the Rose Revolution. American Academy of Arts and Sciences ms project 무료.
This paper explains why democratization has obtained a central role in Georgia’s foreign policy since 2003. The paper’s main argument is that Georgia’s pursuit of integration with the Euro-Atlantic security community and building a strong relationship with the U.S 다운로드. required a strong emphasis on Georgia’s international image as a democratic reformer. The paper also argues that the outcome of Georgia’s parliamentary elections in October 2012 should be understood in this perspective 피싱마스터 다운로드. The fact that the elections were free and fair enough to allow for the opposition’s victory is attributable to the ruling party’s perceived need to maintain Georgia’s international image as a democratic reformer 다운로드.
Nilsson, N. (2013). The October 2012 Elections and the Role of Democracy in Georgia’s Foreign Policy. Swedish Institute of International Affairs, Occasional Papers No 다운로드. 15
This research paper analyses the achievements and shortcomings of the Rose Revolution era as well as the prospects for the country under the leadership of the Georgian Dream Coalition 아이폰 텍스트 파일 다운로드. Furthermore, it discusses the influence of Russia on Georgia’s development on the path of European integration and democracy-building.
Cornell, S 스윙브라우저 다운로드. (2013). Getting Georgia Right. Center for European Studies, Brussels