On July 14, CSG students of Master’s Degree Program in International Relations defended their Master’s theses.
The commission members were:
- Eka Akobia, PhD in International Relations, the Dean of Caucasus School of Governance
- Tornike Turmanidze, PhD in International Relations, Associate Professor at CSG
- Grigol Gegeglia, invited professor
- Levan Geradze, invited professor
The Master’s degree students presented the following works:
- Nodar Qvaraya, Master’s thesis: Impact of Democratic Factor on Russian and Turkish Foreign Policy towards Georgia in 2004-2017.
- Ana Tsutsunashvili, „Fear as the States’ Main Incentive for Action“
- Teona Papidze: “Transformational Dialogue: the Third Party Role in Georgian-Abkhazian Dialogue and its Outcomes.”
The Master’s degree students successfully defended the theses and received appropriate advice and recommendations from the professors for their future success.