Georgia’s Reforms Associates’ (Grass) statement on the new danger of annexation by Russia and on the urgent need of formulating an anti-annexation strategy

The so-called “treaty” proposed by Russia to Abkhazia is a new stage of violating the statehood and sovereignty of Georgia. In order to implement its geopolitical goals, Russia aims to annex the occupied territory of Abkhazia with the aforementioned treaty. This is an entirely new stage in Georgian-Russian relations which requires appropriate attention from the... Read More

GRASS presentation of Policy Paper

On September 12, 2014 at “Tbilisi Marriott” Georgia’s Reforms Associates (GRASS) held the presentation of the Policy Paper in the framework of the “Analyzing Ways to Promote Research in Social Sciences in Georgia’s Higher Education institutions” which has been implemented through the financial assistance of the East-West Management Institute’s Policy, Advocacy and Civil Society Development... Read More

Round table event in Kyiv

on 5th of September, 2014 in Kyiv, Ukraine Georgia’s Reforms Associates (GRASS) in cooperation with the  Civic Initiative Europe without Barriers, under the project supported by   the Czech Foreign Affairs Ministry and Ebert Foundation  in Ukraine, will organize the round table discussion on  “EU in Myths and Reality: view of the EaP countries”. The following... Read More

GRASS round table “Discussing Coordination of European Policies in the aftermath of the European Union – Georgia Association Agreement and Sharing the Experiences of the Visegrad and Eastern Partnership Countries”

Georgia’s Reforms Associates (GRASS) hosted the round table meeting “Discussing Coordination of European Policies in the aftermath of the European Union – Georgia Association Agreement and Sharing the Experiences of the Visegrad and Eastern Partnership Countries” on July 10, 2014 in “Sheraton Batumi”.  The event was organized in cooperation with the Office of the State... Read More

Interview with Paata Gaprindashvili, vice-director of the Georgia’s Reforms Associates

Interview with Paata Gaprindashvili, vice-director of the Georgia’s Reforms Associates (GRASS) think tank. Interviewer: Bartosz Marcinkowski BARTOSZ MARCINKOWSKI: After signing the association agreement with the European Union, Ukrainian president, Petro Poroshenko, said that “it was the most important day for Ukraine since gaining independence in 1991.” Would you say the same about Georgia? PAATA GAPRINDASHVILI:... Read More

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