Foreign policy of Georgia as seen from the perspective of accession to the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation and European Union
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In the first part of the article, being the introduction to further considerations, the author familiarizes the reader with the political history of Georgia, predominantly by focusing on the origins of various conflicts, including those with the Russian Federation, which to a significant extent influence the foreign policy of Georgia even today. Within the scope of the next part of the dissertation, the current economic situation of the country in question is depicted, including its tendency to tightening bonds with the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation and the European Union, regardless of its presidents’ political views and the specificity of the ruling party. Finally, the author attempts to answer the question of what the likelihood that Georgia will join the aforementioned organizations is, especially while taking into account current geopolitical events that may have an impact on the „openness” policy of the European Union, as well as what the direction of further development of NATO will be after the recent change on the position of the president of the United States.
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