Georgia’s future as a democracy, and therefore its potential membership in the EU and NATO, is at stake
Recurrent internal troubles create fertile ground for malign influence in Georgia
Georgia might be close to a foreign policy rethink, bringing subtle but significant change
NATO’s 13 years of strategic patience while under attack from Russian hybrid warfare has allowed Russia to advance its strategic goal.
Georgia faces an anti-liberal challenge and it’s growing in complexity
Georgia could start its own production of drones, which would strengthen its bid to join the NATO alliance
Both countries have sought to clean up the scourge of corruption and modernize their militaries, became regular participants in various NATO exercises, and discussed their interest in joining the Alliance.
Turkey is poking at Russia’s underbelly
Hundreds of bitcoin farms in the breakaway region of Abkhazia are draining the grid of cheap energy.
Any strategy to counter Russia’s malign activities must start from the identification of simple truths