Discussion: Pending Normalization of Turkish-Armenian Relations: Implications for Georgia 04.08.2012

 The expected normalization in Turkish-Armenian relations may turn out to be the most momentous change in the security set-up of the South Caucasus since the break-up of the Soviet Union. Its results may even overshadow those of the August 2008 Russia-Georgia war which did not lead to a substantive shift in the region’s geopolitics. Many within the Georgian expert community think that the impending Turkish-Armenian deal implies inherent dangers for Georgia’s economic and security interests. Can Georgian government influence the process of normalization? CIPDD organized a discussion on January 20, 2010 in order to discuss this issue and to assess implications for Georgia.

Venue: CIPDD office
Discussion was organized within the CIPDD’s project funded by the OSI TTF.

event transcript (in Georgian)
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17.00 – 17.10 Opening Tina tkeshelashvili
13.10 – 17.50

Pending Normalization of Turkish-Armenian Relations:Implications for Georgia

Prof. Ghia Nodia 
CIPDD chairman
17.50 – 19.00 Discussion  





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