RETHINKING EUROPEAN SECURITY: THE STRATEGIC NEXUS AFTER RUSSIAN-UKRAINE WAR

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Tamta Tskhovrebadze
https://orcid.org/0009-0007-5318-7138
Kakha Putkaradze
https://orcid.org/0000-0001-9222-0673
Zurab Zerekidze

Abstract

This research is focused on the ongoing Russian aggression towards Ukraine, which has already resulted in a changed security architecture of Europe and, hence, increased security concerns not only in the region but also facilitated geopolitical shifts globally. Through the prism of exploratory-descriptive qualitative methodology, research strived to analyze the increased geopolitical concerns and challenges for Europe that led to significant changes in the security paradigms of the countries within the EU and increased accountability, as well as reluctance in terms of current security arrangements. Volatile military and political security and economic, social, and transnational challenges emerged as vibrant signs that European and global security will not be the same in the upcoming years.

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Tskhovrebadze, Tamta, Kakha Putkaradze, and Zurab Zerekidze. 2023. “RETHINKING EUROPEAN SECURITY: THE STRATEGIC NEXUS AFTER RUSSIAN-UKRAINE WAR”. Journal of Liberty and International Affairs 9 (3):518-30. https://doi.org/10.47305/JLIA2393629t.
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Tamta Tskhovrebadze, International Black Sea University - Tbilisi, Georgia

Tamta Tskhovrebadze is an Affiliated Associate Professor of International Relations specializing in Contemporary and Comparative Politics, Imperialism and Cultural Politics, Security, Negotiations, and Conflict Resolution. She holds a Doctoral Degree in Political Science, a Master’s in International Relations and Politics, and a Bachelor’s in International Economic Relations. Tamta is a successful graduate of the Visegrad School of Political Studies, demonstrating a strong commitment to facilitating "Drivers for Change" and inspiring young leaders to reconsider their contributions to development. In 2022, she was selected as the Youth Ambassador for the Right to Peace for Georgia in the Global Coalition.

Kakha Putkaradze, David Aghmashenebeli National Defense Academy of Georgia - Tbilisi, Georgia

Kakha Putkaradze is an Affiliated Associate Professor in the Defense and Security direction at the National Defense Academy of Georgia. He holds a Doctoral Degree in Social Sciences with an emphasis on Conflict Analysis and Management from Ivane Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University. Additionally, he has earned Master’s and Bachelor’s degrees in Law, with a focus on Criminal Law, from Batumi Shota Rustaveli State University. He also holds a Master’s degree in International Security Studies from Charles University in Prague. His research interests encompass a wide range of topics, including International and Regional Security, Terrorism and Counter-Terrorism, international, ethnic, and religious conflicts, radicalization and extremism, as well as Middle East and post-Soviet states politics and international law.

Zurab Zerekidze, David Aghmashenebeli National Defense Academy of Georgia - Tbilisi, Georgia

Zurab Zerekidze serves as the Head of Undergraduate Programs at the National Defense Academy of Georgia. He holds a Master's Degree in Defense and Security Science and is currently pursuing his doctoral program in Political Science. His research interests encompass a broad spectrum, including International and Regional Security, Russian foreign policy, international, ethnic, and religious conflicts, Middle East and post-Soviet states politics, as well as international relations.