Public Debates on "Europe and South Caucasus" The International Dimension of Regional Conflicts: The cases of Georgia and Ukraine Post-Soviet conflict zones have internal and external dimensions. Internally, countries have to deal with the IDPs, a constant threat of spillover effects from the disputed territories and the human dimension of conflicts. Externally, other players use these conflicts to manipulate and control the affected countries. Georgia and the EU - Looking for a Common Vision for the EaP On October 10, hbs Tbilisi Office organized the public discussion: Georgia and the EU – Looking for a Common Vision for the Eastern Partnership (EaP). On the Margins of the European History and Politics: Why Should Georgia’s Voice Be Heard? How “creators” of global history (West, Russia) see us in their historical and cultural narratives? What place do they give us? And why? The European Union vs. the Eurasian Union: Armenia’s Choice The theme of the first debate in 2013 is highly topical in Armenia. A lot is being said and written on the topic but most of the time, not in discussion format. Electoral Challenges for Democratic Development of Georgia: A Test to Measure the Efficiency of the European Neighborhood Policy “How can we avoid the threats that we face in the next two weeks? How can we protect democracy in our country?” Georgia and Its Future in Europe 80% of Georgia’s population supports EU integration. Moreover, 88% of Georgia’s population thinks that Georgia should become an EU member. However, how the country can join the EU and what steps should be undertaken for a closer integration with the EU remains unclear to the broader public.