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From nation-state to market-state: how new alliances will be formed in the 21st Century

A talk by Ziba Norman, Monday 22 September 2008, 6 PM

Location:
The New Economic School -- Georgia
4 Sanapiro street, VII floor
Tbilisi 0108
Georgia

This talk looked at the events which have followed the Russo-Georgian War and what they may reveal about the trajectory for the Caucasus and beyond -- and discussed why recent events are not, contrary to most commentary, a return of the Cold War, but rather show that something very new is happening. Language: English (with Georgian translation)

This talk was accompanied by a set of slides [PDF: 744K].

Transatlantic & Caucasus Studies Institute director Ziba Norman speaking at the New Economic School in Tbilisi, 22 September 2008

Photograph: Transatlantic & Caucasus Studies Institute director Ziba Norman speaking at the New Economic School in Tbilisi, 22 September 2008 (William Arthurs)


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