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Although Georgians largely favor joining NATO, writes Davis Center alum Joshua Kucera, analysts see tension in Tbilisi’s relations with the bloc: cozy enough to draw Russia’s ire, but not nearly close enough to protect against it.
In a new policy memo, Davis Center senior fellow Nargis Kassenova argues that Central Asia should follow the EU’s example in fostering regional cooperation and integration, particularly around the water-energy-climate change nexus.
"In light of Georgian CSOs’ successful March 2023 protests and the U.S. State Department’s recent decision to sanction four Georgian judges, the 2021 amendments are worth revisiting," writes Seth Myers.