In an interview to discuss the whirlwind of political events in Ukraine, particularly those involving former Georgian president Mikheil Saakashvili, Research Fellow at Tartu University, Tinatini Dvalishvili (from Georgia) and Professor of psychology at Kiev University of Trade and Economics, Oleksiy Polunin (of Ukraine) suggest some areas for future research in the region.
Tinatin Dvalishvili, PhD student in Georgia, is currently a resident research fellow of the Open Society Foundation at the Johan Skytte Institute for Political Science at Tartu University. Her research focuses on cross-border cooperation, mainly in the Schengen zone, but she finds that her research in Tartu “is also very beneficial to Georgia”.
Thomas Kruessmann, DescNet project coordinator, discusses opportunities in AESC and DescNet with young members Betül Soysal and Meline Avagyan. Join us for the Second Annual AESC Convention in Tbilisi!
Anahit Chalikyan studied in the Faculty of International Relations at Yerevan State University where she received both her Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees. Although she confesses that she has not taken so many courses dealing with European Studies, the two she has attended have left a lasting impression.