Beqa Bochorishvili is a research fellow on conflict studies at Geocase. He specializes in conflicts, international relations, terrorism, and international security issues. With over 9 years of experience in both the private and public sectors, he has devoted 5 years of service in the staff of the Parliament of Georgia. He served as an assistant to a member of Parliament and worked on foreign policy topics. Additionally, he has completed an internship and held a junior specialist position in the Strategic Communications Department of the Ministry of European Integration.
Beqa’s academic activities include authoring several articles and research within his areas of interest. He holds a bachelor's degree in international relations from the Caucasus University School of Public Administration and a master's degree in diplomacy and international politics from Tbilisi State University. The master's thesis was focused on the Russian-Ukrainian War.
Furthermore, Beqa has completed courses on "Diplomacy in the Modern World" at the University of London and "Public Policy of the European Union: Social, Economic, and Foreign Policy" at Harvard University. He also received a scholarship from the Adenauer Foundation for his work on spreading disinformation and its prevention.
He is proficient in English, Russian, and French languages.