On 22 January 2024, the European Neighbourhood Policy Chair at the College of Europe in Natolin hosted a high-level talk in the framework of the Natolin Neighbourhood Days by Ambassador Natalie SABANADZE titled "Wars and Politics in the South Caucasus: Diverse Trajectories and their International Ramifications".
Ambassador SABANADZE is a former Ambassador of Georgia to the EU and Senior Research Fellow at Chatham House, UK and a Cyrus Vance Visiting Professor in International Relations at Mount Holyoke College, US. She is a distinguished diplomat and scholar, who holds a PhD from the University of Oxford, and who has lectured and published extensively on questions of globalization and nationalism, national minorities in inter-state relations, ethnic conflicts, and models of accommodation, as well as on Georgia’s relations with the European Union.
The talk was moderated by Prof. Kataryna WOLCZUK, the Chairholder of the European Neighbourhood Policy Chair, and was followed by a Q&A session.
Check out photos from the event below!