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No more complacency: A robust cybersecurity strategy for Georgia is overdue

A completely secure cyber domain is no longer a viable option in today’s ever-evolving cyberspace, but effective defence can and should be structured ahead of time in anticipation of an attack. Tinatin Japaridze lays out a set of priorities to help aid the implementation of Georgia’s national cybersecurity strategy.

5 October 2020 | Tinatin Japaridze
Euro-Atlantic Security|Cyber|Georgia|Russia-West Relations

2019: The year Georgia emerges as Europe’s strategic partner in Eurasian trade

Former Foreign Policy Adviser to the Prime Minister of Georgia, Tedo Japaridze, writes that Georgia is no longer willing to be defined in “post terms,” as “post-Soviet”, or reduced to a dependent variable on Euro-Western relations; that 2019 will be the year Georgia shapes its own growth.

29 January 2019 | Tedo Japaridze
European Defence|Black Sea|Economy|Georgia|ELN
Policy brief

Open Skies: A Status Neutral Approach for Georgia and Russia

ELN Research Fellow Thomas Frear argues that a resumption of Open Skies Treaty flights between Russia and Georgia is in the best interest of both, outlining a status-neutral method to overcome previously irreconcilable national positions.

29 August 2017 | Thomas Frear
Euro-Atlantic Security|Arms Control|Conventional Arms Control|CSBMs|Georgia|OSCE|Risk Reduction|Russia|Russia-West Relations

Georgia and NATO: Perpetual Threshold

Tedo Japaridze argues that whilst an agreement of a NATO Membership Action Plan is unlikely for Georgia, NATO-Georgian cooperation remains important for national and regional security.

11 May 2016 | Tedo Japaridze
Euro-Atlantic Security|Georgia|NATO|Russia-West Relations