Irina Arabidze

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Fulbright graduate student of national security & diplomacy and graduate assistant for research at Bush School of Government and Public Service at Texas A&M University, holds an MA degree in International Relations and European studies from the Central European University.

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The Black Sea Conundrum - How Georgia and Ukraine can stop Putin from turning the inland sea into a Russian lake

How Georgia and Ukraine can stop Putin from turning the inland sea into a Russian lakeOn January 31st, US Special Envoy for Ukraine Kurt Volker announced that the U.S. and Europe are considering new measures against Russia if it does not return the 24 Ukrainian sailors captured by Russia last November in the Kerch Strait. A day earlier, the European Union again called on the Russian Federation to “immediately and unconditionally release the...sailors,” following similar demands from...

Prometheus Unchained

How reviving an erstwhile concept of Intermarium can help contain Russia and avert a dangerous escalation in Eastern EuropeAs Winston Churchill famously said, “There is only one thing worse than fighting with allies, and that is fighting without them.” Small nations with turbulent pasts and precarious presents could not agree more.Georgia first officially declared its North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) aspirations back in 1999 (when President Shevardnadze made a vague and non...

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