Opinion: Georgia on EU’s mind? Brussels’ reinvention as crisis manager

By Kornely Kakachia and Bidzina Lebanidze

Originally published by https://euobserver.com/

Over the last two years the EU has experienced series of setbacks in its eastern neighbourhood. It failed to negotiate a power transition arrangement in Belarus, as a result of Russia’s military buildup the precarious situation in eastern Ukraine almost slipped out of Ukraine, and a full-scale military conflict over Nagorny-Karabagh started, evolved and finished without any involvement of the EU or its member states.

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