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Security and Geopolitics

We are in an abnormal moment of geopolitical risk around the Black Sea [because of] Russia’s invasion,” Romana Vlahutin, a visiting fellow at the German Marshall Fund and former EU special envoy for connectivity, told RFE/RL. “It’s hard to plan for something when things are this volatile, but we know that what we don’t do, others will.”

If your behavior as a government makes the Kremlin happy, there are problems in your foreign policy.”

Democratic Decline

The Georgian Dream government’s messages, as well as actions, have revealed a move away from both the West and democracy. GD leadership knows well that embracing the democratic reforms required to join the EU family forces them to compete on a more level playing field — thus threatening their power – and therefore is drifting the country into so-called 'non-aligned' territory.”

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