Security expertise in Georgia: a social network analysis

In Tbilisi, the think-tank experts, NGO directors, and other civil society actors who spend their working days debating Georgia’s foreign policy and drafting grant proposals on confidence-building or security sector reform remain donor-dependent and largely detached from wider society. Outside observers noted this around the time of the Rose Revolution, and the situation has not changed drastically. “Due to the fact that [Georgian] NGOs do not represent broader parts of society,” writes Oliver R ⋙

Georgia, network analysis, NGOs

Research Highlights

Conference: Afghanistan, Gender & Justice - 23 Sept 2022 @SSSA

The DirPolis Institute of the Sant’Anna School of Advanced Studies organises an international conference on Afghanistan, gender ⋙

Past and Present: Why Rosa Luxemburg now? Call for conference papers 24-25-26 January 2023

Conference organized by the University of Pisa and Scuola Normale Superiore in Pisa, Italy. Abstract Deadline: September 15, ⋙

SGOC General Conference on Organised Crime (4–6 July, Pisa&online)

The Sant’Anna School of Advanced Studies in collaboration with the Standing Group on Organised Crime (SGOC) of ⋙

ERIS Emerging Research in International Security

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