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Heading west? Georgia’s Euro-Atlantic path

Events in Ukraine in 2014 are likely to transform the presence and role of western
institutions such as NATO in the post-Soviet area. The crisis has starkly revealed
the limits of their influence within Russia’s ‘zone of privileged interest’, as well
as the lack of internal unity within these organizations vis-à-vis relations with
Moscow and future engagement with the area. This will have long-term implications
for the South Caucasus state of Georgia, whose desire for integration into
the Euro-Atlantic community remains a key priority for its foreign and security
policy-makers. This article examines the main motivators behind Georgia’s Euro-
Atlantic path and its foreign policy stance, which has …read more

Source: Chatham House

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