Name, SurnameUniversityField of InternshipYear
Harry Fredrerick Bennet MA Degree, London School of Economics and Political Science. 2024
Melissa M. Carroll University of Glasgow, UK International master security, intelligence and strategic studies (IMSISS) 2024
Alexis Varax – IRIS Master of Geopolitics2024
E. Liam Martin University of Glasgow. Scotland 2024
Kasper Scienicki Univesrity of Tartu, University of Glasgow2024
Koen Claessen Univesrity of Tartu, University of Glasgow. Master in eastern & Central European, Russian & Eurasian studies2024
Helen Kurvits2022 – 2023 Leiden Univeristy (MA inInternational Relations with aspecialisation on Global Conflict)2023
Jordan N. HalpernUniversity of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI – B.A. History and International Studies 2023
Vita Van Dreven2023
Manelle Lepoix Sciences Po Strasbourg- Jagiellonian University (Krakow) 2023
Maya N. Rabin Political Science, Amherst College— B.A. 2023
Sophia Sorcigli International relations – Boston University 2023
Victoriano Vicente Botella Berenguer Security, intelligence and strategic studies- University of Glasgow2023
Yasmine Rayyis London School of Economics and Political Sciences 2023
Levan TsirgvavaFoundation Degree in Science, Global Politics & Social Science 2022 King's College London2023
Theo Schenck Oberlin College 2023
Lukas Daley Oberlin College 2023
Amelia Huntsman Oberlin College 2023
Mamuka MaisuradzeUniversity of Groningen2023
Hannah BaeWilliams College, Major in Political Economy and Women's, Gender & Sexuality Studies, Adlai E. Stevenson High School, Lincolnshire, IL2023
Chiara Minora Glasgow University 2023
Tanguy MartignollesGlasgow University 2023
Volodymyr Posviatenko University of Pradua2023
Lukas Baake London School of Economics 2023
Emma Smeyers University of Glasgow: Erasmus Mundus IntMA in Central and East European, Russian and Eurasian Studies 2022
Harold Chambers University of Glasgow, and Ilia State University Williams College 2022
Rachel Mohr - University of Tartu and University of Glasgow Tartu, ES; Glasgow, UK 2022
Eshel RosenUniversity of Glasgow: Erasmus Mundus IntMA in Central and East European, Russian and Eurasian Studies2022
Nathaniel MatalaAmerican University School of International Service: MA in International Affairs, US Foreign Policy2022
Carole-Louise AshbyUniversity of Oxford: MPhil in Russian and East European Studies2022
William RunkelUniversity College London: MA Economy, State, Society: Politics & Security of the Russian Federation2022
Miriam SchenkLund University2020
Thijs KorstenUniversity College Utrecht (UCU), Utrecht University (the Netherlands)2020
Roberto ColomboUniversity of Glasgow, Dublin City University, Charles University in Prague2020
Zoe GorringeUniversity of Glasgow (UK), Dublin City University (IRL), Charles University in Prague (CZ)2020
Leilani Roy-WrightUniversity of Glasgow, Dublin City University, and Charles University2020
Rita ValkovskayaSyracuse University, Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs2020
Lennart Diepmans University of Bonn2020
Ani LaliashviliUniversity of Richmond, Richmond, VA2020
Claudia DitelUniversity of Bologna, Italy2020
Evgeny RomanovskiyUniversity of Vienna2020
Bryant Campbell BeadlesGeorgia Institute of Technology2020
Jesse ScottNew York University School of Law2020
Anna EfimovaUniversity of Glasgow, Scotland and University of Tartu, Estonia2020
Tatia BolkvadzeWellesley College, USA2020
Salome BajelidzeYALE - NUS College, Singapore2020
John A. LechnerGeorgetown University, Washington, DC2020
Jake RinaldiWilliams CollegeGeorgia-China Relations2020
Megan SiedmanWilliams College2020
Vladimiro BocchinoKing’s College London Backchannel Negotiations in the Digital Age2019
Samuel J. SchavoirColorado College, Colorado Springs, CONATO's Obligations in Europe Following the Breakdown of the Post-Cold War European Security Order2019
Sarkhan HuseynovUniversity of Urbino "Carlo Bo"The Mobility of Knowledge and Its Capacity to Disaggregate Sovereignty: How Academia, NGOs, and European Institutions' Connexion Meet the Post-Soviet Space 2019
Mohammad MomeniISET (International School of Economics, Tbilisi, Georgia)Twitter Sentiment Analysis2019
Dana KrnacovaMasaryk university, BrnoEconomic Development of Kvemo Kartli and Social Exclusion of Azerbaijani Minority2019
Stina AavaUniversity of Tartu, Tartu (Estonia)Recurrence of the Same Conflict?: Political Aspects of Georgian Wars of 1921 and of 2008; Russia's Checkbook Diplomacy 2019
Harold ChambersWilliams CollegePotential Consolidation of the North Caucasus Republics and Its Implications for Russo-Georgian Relations2019
Rossana BernardiUniversity of Tartu (EE), University of Glasgow (UK), Ilia State University (GE)Georgian-Abkhaz Conflict2019
Augusto Dala CostaUniversity of Glasgow, Scotland, United KingdomToponymy on the Soviet and Post-Soviet Tbilisian Environments2019
Nurbek BekmurzaevUniversity of GenevaDigital Transformation in Kyrgyzstan2019
Yuriy SarukhanyanLyon University/Jean Monnet UniversityUzbekistan's Strategy in Afghanistan2019
Erin BrousseauColumbia UniversityEnergy Role as Function of Balancing Strategies in International Relations in the Caucasus2019
Clara Ribeiro AssumpcaoUniversity of Glasgow, Dublin City University, Charles UniversityRussian Influence in Georgia2019
Frederique ButezUniversite de RouenPankisi Valley (Relation with Georgian State)2019
Mahmoud HajoUppsala UniversityRussian and Georgian Economic Relations 2019
Hollis RammerWellesley College, Wellesley, MassachusettsRussia's Relationship with Georgia2019
Juliette OndetGlasgow, Dublin and PragueRadicalisation and Deradicalisation Process in Adjara and Guria2019
Nikola XaviereffUniversity of SarajevoAnalysis and Comparison of EU's Enlargement and Neighborhood Policy in Contested Post-Conflict Societies: Case Study Bosnia and Georgia 2019
Maia NikoladzeClark University, Worcester, MAEnergy Dependence and Foreign Policy: Analyzing Small States of the Former Soviet Union 2019
Olivia HaywardTufts UniversityInfluence of Russian Propaganda on Georgia's Diplomatic Relations During the 2008 War2019
Lucie GoulardMcgill Univeristy in Montreal, CanadaPeople's Perception of Russia and the EU in Georgia (How It Translates in the Use of Languages for Example)2019
Nutsa ChinchilakashviliKalamazoo College2019
Lizi ChinchilakashviliKalamazoo College, Kalamazoo, Michigan, USA2019
Stefano PiroddiUniversity of Bath, University of North Carolina, Freie Universitat BerlinIdentity in Post-Conflict Countries2019
Phillip YongeThe University of the SouthTrans-Caspian Trade, Belt Road Initiative and Utilizing Georgia's Position as a Transit Country2018
Bill HarneyTufts University, Fletcher School of Law and DiplomacyPolitical Economy of Georgia2018
Emily C. GaryAmerican UniversityRussian Propaganda2018
Brian J StonecipherAmerican University, School of International ServiceIdentity in the Caucasus2018
Henrik HorneUniversity of GlasgowGeorgia's Transition from a Conventional Electricity Grid to an Interconnected IP Smart Grid2018
Victor Le GrixCollege of Europe in NatolinEU-Georgia Relations2018
Aleksander Stenhjem PolovinkinQueen Mary University of LondonGeorgia's Role as a Transit-country for Azerbaijani Gas2018
Sylvan PerlmutterVassar College (Poughkeepsie, NY)Russian-Latin American Relations and Nicaragua and Venezuela's Recognition of Abkhazia and South Ossetia2018
Florian Xaver Philipp FuchsEuropean University Viadrina - Frankfurt (Oder)State-Building in Abkhazia2018
Benjamin CooperTufts University - Medford, MAChanges in the US-Georgian Relationship from Obama to Trump2018
Austin J. ClaytonStanford University, School of Continuing and Professional StudiesInvestment Risk and Private Equity Oppurtunities in the South Caucasus2018
Anastasiya DonetsYaroslav Mudriy National Law University, Kharkiv, UkraineAdjarian Autonomy and Its Implications for Georgian Security2018
Julien NappeyUniversity of Bradford, England, UKGeorgia's Strategic Importance for NATO and Russia2018
Daphne MolendijkRadboud University NijmegenHow Young IDPs from Abkhazia Identify Themselves2018
Felix WagnerBronx High School of ScienceEuropean Union Association Agreement2018
Alexander van der WustenUniversity of Bristol, UKEnglish and Russian languages in Georgia2018
Ayesha HamzaUniversity of DenverGeorgia-US and Georgia-Russian Relations, and EU/NATO Security Integration2017
Julie GrandjeanUniversity of BrusselsThe 2008 Georgian and Russian war and the media coverage around the world2017
Leyla LatypovaNortheastern UniversityGeorgia's Nation Branding2017
Zviad AdzinbaiaThe Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy, Tufts UniversityNATO's New Strategy in the Black Sea2017
Alessandro MiottiLewis and Clark College, Portland, ORHuman Rights (Rights of Ethnic Georgian IDPs Residing in Abkhazia)2017
Kristina KutateliReed CollegeDe Facto States, Civil Wars, and Ethnic Mobilization2017
Anastasiya KochetkovaThe University of Glasgow, Glasgow, United KingdomTransformation of Georgian Foreign and Security Policy in Light of the Eastern Partnership2017
Augustus GilchristBowdoin CollegeLanguage Policy and Ethnic Politics in the Former USSR2017
Georgy ArzianiLomonosov Moscow State University (MSU)Institutional Development, Macrosociology2017
Isabel PostMcGill University (Montreal, Quebec)Georgian-Russian Relations2017
Phillip OravecUniversity of ArkansasDemocratic Development of Georgia2017
Hilary A. AdamsFletcher School at Tufts UniversitySecurity Sector Reform in the Former Soviet Union2017
Jesse Edward Smith ScottWilliams College, Williamstown, MARelations of Georgia and Azerbaijan2017
David HanWilliams College, Williamstown, MAInternational Security2017
Aisa Sahara CoricUniversity of Gothenburg, SwedenEthnic Politics, Integration of Armenian and Azeri Minorities2017
Toni MichelMoscow State University of International Relations (MGIMO), MoscowPolitical Science and International Relations2017
Eric MietzDiplomatic Academy of Vienna, AustriaNATO-Georgia Relations, Georgia-U.S. Relations2017
Dinara UrazovaCentral European UniversityGender in Academic Institutions of Georgian Defense Structures2016
Sesan Adeolu AdunugaIvane Javakhishvili Tbilisi State UniversityEU Policy, Migration2016
Martynas JankauskasThe University of EdinburghGeorgia-EU relations, South Caucasus Region2016
Victor AlexandriThe University of ViennaGeorgia EU Relation2016
Alyssa WilsonFranklin UniversityGeorgian Politics in 2003-20122016
Lauren S. BenjaminAmherst College, Amherst, MA2016
Alexander S. DmitrichUtah State UniversityResearch in International Relations2016
Jing ShiTsinghua UniversityPolitical Science/International Relations2016
Jan BlinkaMasaryk University2016
Dan BrebanKing's College London, UKEurasian Political Economy and Energy2016
Hilary A. AdamsCarleton CollegePolitical Science/International Relations2016
Bennett Ian CliffordWake Forest UniversityPolitics of the South Caucasus, and Georgia2015
Ryan McCarrelUniversity College DublinNATO-Georgia relations2015
Ulviyya HuseynovaCentre International de Formation Europeenne (CIFE)Political science and international relations2015
John WalshYonsei University, Underwood International CollegeGeorgian foreign policy2015
Bruno VandecasteeleGhent University, Centre for EU StudiesTangible results of the European Endowment for Democracy thus far for Georgia, prospects for Georgian-EU and Georgian-NATO cooperation/integration in the light of the crisis in Ukraine, the possible consequences of the launch of the Eurasian Economic Union for (economic, but also political) cooperation between the Eastern Partnership countries and the EU/Russia.2015
Anran WangYale University Graduate School of Arts and SciencesNationalism and ethnic politics2015
Augusta KalnikaiteSiauliai UniversityPolitical processes in Caucasus, mostly in Georgia2015
Jared SkidmoreBrigham Young University - Marriott School of ManagementBusiness dynamics on a global scale2015
Nazrin Hamlet HasanovaAzerbaijan State Economic UniversityInternational relations and economic relations2015
Ondrej ZachaMasaryk UniversitySouth Caucasus, topics of ethnic conflict, unrecognised states and democratization2015
Bartlomiej KrzysztanUniversity of WroclawInternal policy of Georgia and its place in international relations2015
James JanisonBrown University, Providence, RIPolitical, historical, and cultural factors involved with trade relations, security issues, and national identity throughout the former USSR2015
Michael JacobsonTufts University Medford, MACyber security2015
Katelyn Marie WalkerGeorgetown UniversityForeign service: global politics and security2015
Nina PetriashviliFriedrich-Schiller-University JenaDevelopment of post-Soviet countries, like Georgia in relation to the EU and NATO2015
Dominik FeldFriedrich-Schiller-University JenaDevelopment of post-Soviet countries, like Georgia in relation to the EU and NATO2015
Francesca Romana BastianelloBologna University in partnership with Saint Petersburg State University, Corvinus University and Vytautas Magnus UniversityProcesses of democratization and Europeanization of Georgia2014
Emily KnowlesUniversity of EdinburghDifferences between formal and informal relations between Tbilisi and citizens living in the territories of Abkhazia and South Ossetia2014
Amelie LangbyUppsala UniversityWhat possible role foreign actors promoting democracy have played in the recent political development in Georgia2014
Paulina SalekCollege of Europe, Belgium/PolandPolitical party institutionalisation in Georgia, Moldova and Ukraine2014
Helen E. BurnsGeorgetown University, School of Foreign ServiceCaucasus, tourism industry2014
Esther BartlJohns Hopkins University, School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS)The impact of the conflict between Georgia and Russia on Georgia's relationship to NATO2014
Natalie Anne TaylorFranklin University SwitzerlandSouth Caucasus region and security tensions over Russian relations with the South Caucasus2014
Iakob NikoleishviliUniversity of St. AndrewsWar and peace in Caucasus2014
April GordonGeorgetown University, School of Foreign ServicePolitical dvelopment of post-Soviet states, social and political relationships with both Russia and the West2014
Andrei AntonescuAmerican University's School of International StudiesTopics such as regional security, NATO and its future, the EU and its expansion and integration of new states2014
Nora BendziuteUniversity of ExeterIssues that Georgia and Caucasus region faces in the XXI century2014
Wayne H. NoxchiSeton Hall UniversityCaucasus2014
Iris MolenaarMalmo UniversitySouth Caucasus2014
Stanislav PidperygoraMaastricht UniversityDemocratic changes and development in post-communist countries2014
Anders TrelborgAarhus UniversityInternational Relations in Eastern Eruope and the Caucasus2013
Tully LanterPepperdine UniversityHow economic and political reforms have enabled remarkable growth in Georgia2013
William T. SzymanskiJohns Hopkins UniversityThe South Caucasus, geopolitical and energy security2013
Mikel Johannes Hubertus VenhovensUniversity of UtrechtConflict analysis2013
Anzhelika ShiriyevaIlia State UniversitySecurity of Caucasus2013
Anna Vlada OnoprienkoThe College of William and Mary, Williamsburg,VAGeorgia as a regional experiment in democratic development and Georgia's ability to influence politics in its neighboring countries2013
Mark TeramaeSan Francisco State UniversityThe South Caucasus, Georgia2013
Lera KhubunaiaUniversity of CincinnatiJournalism2013
Nino KemoklidzeThe University of BirminghamRussian and East European studies2013
Isabelle LangerakDurham University, United KingdomSouth Caucasus region - security and development2013
Mariam BegiashviliIlia State UniversityGeorgia's foreign policy2013
Markus SattlerUniversity of BremenComplex issues related to nationalism and economic transformation2013
Salvatore Freni Jr.University of BirminghamEthnic conflict in the development of nationalism in Armenia, Azerbaijan and Georgia2012
Mikolaj CzubaNicolaus Copernicus University (UMK) in Torun, PolandGeorgia, struggling for its place in western structures2012
Leslie JessenThe George Washington UniversityPolitically and security relevant topics in the Caucasus region2012
David M. SmytheTufts UniversityFormer USSR, the challenges faced by people of Georgia, Armenia and Azerbaijan2012
Marat IliyasovVilnius University, Institute of International Relations and Political SciencesGeopolitical processes and security issues in the Caucasus2012
Hilary A. AdamsCarleton CollegeSouth Caucasus region,challenges that Georgia faces in establishing its post-Soviet identity2012
Maximilian F. M. HessFranklin and Marshall CollegeInternational Relations2012
Eric Robert EisslerMalmo University in Cooperation with Roskilde UniversityGeorgia for 20122012
Wilder BullardThe George Washington UniversityThe relationship between fractured societies of the Former Soviet Union and political development and reconciliation2012
Mariam GuniavaTinity University, San Antonio, TexasPolitical communication, policy analysis, sociological research2012
Ekin OzbakkalogluGeorgetown University, School of Foreign ServiceSouth Ossetian conflict and the role of the European Union as a conflict resolution actor2012
Carina SteinbergUniversity of Twente NetherlandsHow a Think Tank or a political organization works in practice2012
Jamshid MasoriUniversity of PlymouthDemocratic development in Georgia2012
Mariam TabatadzeConnecticut CollegeInternational relations and economics2012
Sophie Alexandra EvekinkUniversity College London, University of LondonPolitics/international relations and East European studies2012