The Dutch government has decided to request the European Commission to suspend visa-free movement for Albanians, who enjoyed this since 2010. Can this decision of the Dutch government influence Georgia’s visa free travel to the Schengen Zone and the challenges it faces? Continue reading What could European suspension of visa-free travel for Albania mean for Georgia?
Various reports over the last few years have clearly shown a worrying global trend: the protection of human rights is under pressure. Human rights, civil liberties and democracy are actively undermined by an increase of authoritarian and populist driven rule. When UN conventions and resolutions, EU resolutions or verdicts of the European Court of Human Rights don’t help, other measures are necessary. Continue reading EU should introduce Global Human Rights Accountability Law
With various Russian gas infrastructure projects in full steam, and other adjustments in the delivery of Russian gas to Europe, it is time to face what it wil mean for the country that will be hit by this: Ukraine. Continue reading Europe’s sleepwalk into eastern gas troubles
Where accessing your own land is treated as trespassing Continue reading Borderline life: Georgia and South Ossetia
This article originally appeared on Georgian Institute of Politics. For three months now Georgia has enjoyed visa-free travel to the … Continue reading Facing the Problem of Georgian Criminality in the EU
This article originally appeared on Georgian Institute of Politics. December 2016 marks a full year since the European Commission released … Continue reading Georgia’s Visa Free Dream Deferred…Again