No Need for White Saviors
Author: 7 Sept 2022
Seeking satisfaction of making the world a better place through activism and volunteering appears like a noble idea, however, often the phenomenon called the White Savior Complex stands in the way.   What exactly is the White Savior Complex?   The term White Sav...
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China’s BRICS Expansion Plans
Author: 30 Aug 2022
Traditionally loose BRICS has faced serious problems on its road to expansion. Exacerbated great power competition, however, paves the way for such a scenario. The war in Ukraine accelerated the global re-alignment of forces. China, Russia, Iran, and a host of le...
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Georgia: A Deluge of Russians
Author: 23 Aug 2022
Georgians increasingly fear the influx of Russians. The numbers are staggering and there is rising bad feeling. The Russians are coming to Georgia. This time at least they’re not in tanks, but as visitors either arriving as tourists or staying in the country indefi...
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Victor Kipiani: Protracted Disputes Pose Challenge to Business, Which Needs to Be Tackled
Author: 18 Aug 2022
Interviewer: Maia Demetrashvili, Business-Partner   Protracted business disputes and unenforced court rulings are the matters of main concern for businesses in Georgia for many years now. Although this problem has been long acknowledged by the government and lawye...
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Constructing the Middle Corridor: the Case of Georgia and Kazakhstan
Author: 29 July 2022
Georgia and Kazakhstan are two critical countries along the Middle Corridor. Each has long argued for the expansion of the route. The geopolitical situation, however, was not propitious until the war in Ukraine upended the very fabric of Eurasian connectivity. The chall...
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Dr. Khatuna Burkadze – NATO will enhance its support to partners affected by Russian threats including Georgia to strengthen their defense capabilities
Author: 13 July 2022
The Interpressnews interview on the NATO Summit in Madrid with Prof. Dr. Khatuna Burkadze, Director of American and Euro-Atlantic Studies at Geocase, an alumna of the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy at Tufts University and the Harvard Program on Negotiations.  ...
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