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Following on from their recently published working paper, and as part of the CASCADE project ‘Exploring the Security-Democracy Nexus in the Caucasus’, EPD partner FRIDE is organising a seminar with the Georgian Embassy in Belgium.

The seminar aims to analyse the policies of external actors in the South Caucasus. It will examine the policies of the European Union, Turkey, Russia, the United States and Iran in the fields of democracy and affiliation (the EU’s Eastern Partnership or the Eurasian Economic Union). It will also focus on national security in the countries of the South Caucasus and the protracted conflicts in the region. We aim to have an open debate in order to explore potential new policies and areas of cooperation for external actors in the South Caucasus. The agenda for the seminar can be found here 

To RSVP, contact Belen Galindo ([email protected]) by 2 October. 

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