Lecture on EU in Akhaltsikhe

Within the framework of GRASS project “EU Studies Module for the Regions and MOOC about the EU”, we continue our lectures on the EU. On April 19, a lecture on Georgia-EU relations and specifically visa-free travel was held at Samtskhe-Javakheti University. The lecture was conducted by the Open Society Georgia Foundation European Integration Program Manager Vano Chkhikvadze. The project... Read More

Presentation of Publication – “Propaganda Made-to-Measure: How our Vulnerabilities Facilitate Russian Influence”

On April 17, Information Center on NATO and EU hosted a presentation of the Georgian Reforms Associates (GRASS) “Propaganda Made-to-Measure: How our Vulnerabilities Facilitate Russian Influence”.A new GlobalFocus Center study by a multidisciplinary, multinational team, of the permeability of countries in the Black Sea region to malign influence and propaganda and the associated Propaganda Permeability Index... Read More

Lecture on the history of the European Union in Samtskhe-Javakheti

On April 12, in the Samtskhe-Javakheti State University, a lecture on the history of the European Union was held in the frames of GRASS project “Creation of EU Training Module for Regional Universities in Georgia”. The project targets universities in the following regions of Georgia:  Kakheti Region, Samtskhe-Javakheti, Imereti Region, Samegrelo- Zemo Svaneti and Shida... Read More

Regional seminar in Marneuli

On April 5, regional seminar was held in Marneuli within the framework of the project “Promote Knowledge and Awareness about the EU at Grassroots Level in Georgia”. Together with local NGOs, media representatives and teachers we talked about Georgia-EU relations, Association Agreement and European values. The project “Promote Knowledge and Awareness about the EU at Grassroots Level... Read More

GRASS joins the call by Western security experts to join the UK and expel undeclared contingents of Russian intelligence officers

Russia’s recent track record includes the invasion of neighboring countries, repeated violations of international borders, kidnapping of foreign citizens, highly belligerent disinformation campaigns, extensive cyber-attacks, and the annexation of foreign territory by force.Given the trajectory of Russian hostile activity and this repugnant offense against a NATO member state, western security experts call upon NATO and EU... Read More