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Georgia in the enlarged Black Sea Region - Summer university

NATO and the new geopolitical situation in the Black Sea Region - EU-Georgia Relations: Perspectives and challenges - Georgian NATO Partnership - South Caucasus: Ethno, Geo and Bio-political facets of Security in the Region

Location: Tbilisi - Georgia
TopicGeorgia in the enlarged Black Sea Region
Date: 8 to 14 July 2019
Working language: English
Prices: 450 euros according to conditions (courses, accommodation and visits)

Draft Programme: see website.

Composition of the group
The group is composed of about 20 participants from various countries, half from the host country and half from foreign countries.
The course is oriented towards undergraduate students, in their second and third year university studies, but we also consider applications from graduate students and from young professionals.

In partnership with Georgian Institute of Politics, Tbilisi


8 Jul 2019 @ 12:00 am

14 Jul 2019 @ 12:01 am

Duration: 6 days


Georgian Institute of Politics

3 Akaki Shanidze Street

0179 T'bilisi


Organised by

Centre international de formation européenne CIFE

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