Apr 4, 2021
Georgia has been at the heart of regional geopolitics for
decades now, smashed between three expanding areas of influence
from Moscow, Ankara and Tehran, with Georgia desperately trying to
act as the neutral ground.
But war is already there in the Georgian homeland, with the two breakaway Moscow facing republics of Abkhazia and South Ossetia, adding more complications to an already tumultuous region.
On the panel this week.
Gerard Toal (Geopolitical Author)
Natia Seskuria (RUSI)
Neil Hauer (Conflict Journalist)
Thomas De Waal (Carnegie Europe)
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