Georgia and the Eastern Partnership: Democratization without Conflict Resolution
Although providing for further integration with EU institutions, the Eastern Partnership does not offer Georgia what the country desires the most: security guarantees and avenues for the restoration of its territorial integrity. There are, however, possibilities for further EU involvement in these spheres, but only if Georgia delivers on democratic reforms. Georgia also needs to see signals from the EU that conflict resolution and security are not out of the picture in the longterm and that the EU leaves the door open for further engagement.
Political and Economic Reforms in Kazakhstan Under President Tokayev
Executive Summary Kazakhstan’s leaders have long harbored ambitious visions for their country’s future. The country’s first President, Nursultan Nazarbayev, launched several far-reaching goals for the country’s development, most notably in […]