National Security

Twelve Years since the 2008 War - Challenges and Perspectives
Author: 8 Aug 2020
Much has already been written about how COVID-19 has changed the world—though the imperialist policies of the Russian Federation and its self-perceived role as the Third Rome are, so far, firmly resistant to global political tectonics. 75 years have passed since the Uni...
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The balance of strength in the Black Sea region and Georgia’s current challenges
Author: 21 July 2020
A regional prologue   Security in the Black Sea region has become a very popular topic these days, but the often purely theoretical nature of the interests of various actors is insufficient to motivate them in practice. This question and the practical solutions it c...
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Geocase organized online discussions on Black Sea Security with participation of Mr Luke Coffey from The Heritage Foundation
30 June 2020
The topic of this online discussion was ‘Black Sea Security: Creative Thinking and Georgia’s Perspectives’.  The Chairman of Geocase, Mr Viktor Kipiani, stated that ongoing developments require fast and effective steps to be taken in order to strengthen the presenc...
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TikTok – a Hidden Threat to State Sovereignty
Author: 13 May 2020
Social networks have become an integral part of everyday life in the 21st century. The development of digital platforms has completely changed the patterns and forms of interpersonal interaction, the behavior of society, the domestic and global politics of states—in sho...
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Dr. Khatuna Burkadze – It is essential to adopt the Strategy for Countering Hybrid Threats in Georgia
Author: 13 Mar 2020
Interview on cybersecurity with Dr. Khatuna Burkadze, a research fellow at Geocase   - Since 2008 Georgia has become a target of cyberattacks several times. On October 28, 2019 cyberattack was carried out against Georgia again.   Investigations have shown th...
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