Russia’s War in Ukraine and Its Impact on the South Caucasus

Event Format
In person
1730 Cambridge St, Room S010, Cambridge MA 02138

Since independence in 1991, the politics and economics of Armenia, Azerbaijan and Georgia have been profoundly affected by events in Russia. Russia's war in Ukraine has already led to dramatic consequences for these three states in the South Caucasus region. What does the future hold for the South Caucasus as the war unfolds? How will the war and its outcome change the foreign, trade and security policies of the South Caucasian states? How will the war reshape the region’s future economically and its relations with its powerful neighbors such as the EU, Turkey, and Iran?  Join us for what promises to be a fascinating discussion by experienced practitioners and scholars in the field.


The Program on Georgian Studies is an activity of the Davis Center for Russian and Eurasian Studies at Harvard University and is made possible by a sponsored research award from the Ministry of Education and Science of Georgia.


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