Dr. Bidzina Lebanidze

Bidzina Lebanidze, Dr.
Bidzina Lebanidze
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Monographs

(2019) 'Russia, EU and the post-Soviet democratic Failure.’ Wiesbaden: Springer.

(2012) 'Political Elites, Ideas and Foreign Policy: Explaining and Understanding the International Behavior of Small States in the Former Soviet Union'. Co-authored with G. Gvalia and Z. Iashvili. Tbilisi: Ilia State University Press.

Refereed articles and book chapters     

(2019) ‘Defying marginality: Explaining Ukraine’s and Georgia’s drive towards Europe.’ Journal of Contemporary European Studies 27 (4). Co-authored with Volodymyr Dubovyk and Kornely Kakachia.

(2019) ‘Neoclassical Realism and the Small States: Systemic Constraints and Domestic Filters in Georgia’s Foreign Policy.’ East European Politics 35 (1). Co-authored with Giorgi Gvalia and David Siroky.

(2018) ‘Geopolitics and Modernization: Understanding Georgia’s Pro-Western Assertiveness since the Rose Revolution.’ In ‘Modernization in Georgia: History, Paradoxes, Prospects’, edited by Zedania, Giga, Peter Lang Academic Publishers. Co-authored with Giorgi Gvalia.

(2018) ‘The transformative power of Europe’ beyond enlargement: the EU’s performance in promoting democracy in its neighbourhood.’ In ‘The European Union and Central and Eastern Europe: Assessing Performance’, edited by Papadimitriou, Dimitris, Dorina Baltag, and Neculai-Cristian Surubaru, Routlidge. Co-authored with Tanja Börzel.

(2017) ‘Informal Governance & Electorate Perceptions in Hybrid Regimes: The 2016 Parliamentary Elections in Georgia.’ Demokratizatsiya: The Journal of Post-Soviet Democratization 25 (1): 529–549. Co-authored with Kornely Kakachia.

(2017) ‘Cohesiveness, Coherence, and Consistency in the ENP’, In ‘The Routledge Handbook on the European Neighbourhood Policy’, edited by Thomas Demmelhuber, Andreas Marchetti and Tobias Schumacher, Routlidge. Co-authored with Tanja Börzel.

(2017) ‘The transformative power of Europe’ beyond enlargement: the EU’s performance in promoting democracy in its neighbourhood.’ East European Politics 33 (1): 17–35. Co-authored with Tanja Börzel.

(2016) ‘Civil society and party politics in Georgia - transformational crisis’, in ‘Unfinished Project: Achievements and Failures of Georgia’s Transformation’, edited by David Aprasidze, Tbilisi, Konrad Adenauer Foundation. Co-authored with Kornely Kakachia.

(2016) ‘Building a Security Community in the EU’s Neighbourhood? Experiences from Georgia’, In ‘External governance as security community building – The limits and potential of the European Neighbourhood Policy’, edited by Pernille Rieker, Houndmills: Palgrave. Co-authored with Keti Bolkvadze. 79-105

(2015) ‘European Neighbourhood Policy at the Cross-Roads: Evaluating the Past to Shape the Future.’ MAXCAP Working Paper No. 12, “Maximizing the integration capacity of the European Union: Lessons of and prospects for enlargement and beyond” (MAXCAP), Berlin: Freie Universität Berlin. Co-authored with Tanja Börzel.

(2014) 'What Makes Authoritarian Regimes Sweat? Linkage, Leverage and Democratization in post-Soviet South Caucasus', Southeast European and Black Sea Studies, 14(2): 199-218

(2013) 'Thinking Outside the Bloc: Explaining the Foreign Policies of Small States', Security Studies, 22(1): 98-131. Co-authored with G. Gvalia, D. Siroky and Z. Iashvili.

Policy briefs, policy papers and op-eds

(2020) ‘Follow the tiger: to survive Covid-19, Georgia should look to the East.’ GIP Blog Post. Accessed April 20, 2020. http://gip.ge/follow-the-tiger-to-survive-covid-19-georgia-should-look-to-the-east/.

(2020) ‘Rethinking EU responses to global and diffuse risks.’ Policy Paper No. 5. EU-LISTCO Policy Paper Series. Barcelona Centre for International Affairs (CIDOB).

(2020) ‘Resilience and democracy: Can a pragmatic EU still promote democracy in Georgia?’ Policy Brief No. 21, Georgian Institute of Politics.

(2019) ‘Georgia’s Dangerous Slide Away from Democracy.’ Op-ed. Carnegie Europe.

(2019) ‘Does EU have role in stopping backsliding in Georgia?’ Op-ed. EUobserver.

(2019) ‘Georgian-German Relations in the Context of Euro-Atlantic Integration - How to Align Expectations.’ Policy Paper, Georgian Institute of Politics & Institut für Europäische Politik. Co-authored with Kornely Kakachia, Katrin Böttger, Viktoria Palm and Mikheil Sarjveladze.

(2019) ‘Georgian Dream Meets Georgia’s Nightmare.’ Op-ed, Foreign Policy. Co-authored with Kornely Kakachia.

(2019) ‘Foreign policy and domestic constraints: what political regimes can and cannot do in Georgia.’ Op-ed, Georgian Institute of Politics. Co-authored with Kornely Kakachia.

(2019) ‘Rise of Nationalist Populism in Georgia: Implications for European Integration.’ Policy Brief No. 18, Georgian Institute of Politics.

(2018) ‘GIP Commentary: When an Election Damages Democracy: Lessons from the 2018 Georgia’s Presidential Election.’ Op-ed, Georgian Institute of Politics. Co-authored with Kornely Kakachia.

(2018) ‘When Elections Damage Democracy: Lessons from Georgia’s Presidential Polls.’ Op-ed, Civil Georgia. Co-authored with Kornely Kakachia.

(2018) ‘Not EU’s world? Putting Georgia’s European Integration in Context.’ GIP Report, Georgian Institute of Politics. Co-authored with Mariam Grigalashvili.

(2018) ‘Avoiding Gridlock: A Strategy for Georgia to Engage with Eurosceptic Europe.’ Policy Paper, Georgian Institute of Politics. Co-authored with Elene Panchulidze.

(2018) ‘NATO and Georgia: Waiting the Winter Out.’ Commentary, Italian Institute for International Political Studies (IPSI).

(2018) ‘Making Georgia’s democracy work: Western political conditionality and domestic agendas of Georgian political parties.’ Policy Brief No. 10, Georgian Institute of Politics.

(2017) ‘Life Without EU Membership: The Case for a Multi-Speed EaP.’ Policy Memo No. 24, Georgian Institute of Politics.

(2017) ‘Between Trust and Cooperation: developing confidence building in Georgia’s protracted conflict zones.’ Paper prepared for the OSCE workshop "Confidence-Building Measures in the OSCE Economic and Environmental Dimension." University of Birmingham, UK.

(2017) ‘Georgia’s European Integration: What comes after the Eastern Partnership?’ Policy Paper No. 3. Georgian Institute of Politics.

(2017) ‘Human Security and Security Sector Reform in Georgia: A critical reflection.’ In ‘Human Security and Security Sector Reform in Eastern Europe,’ edited by Maksym Khylko and Oleksandr Tytarchuk, Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung: Kyiv, Ukraine. 31-35.

(2017) ‘Безпека людини і реформування безпекового сектору Грузії: критичний погл.’ In ‘Питання безпеки людинив контексті реформуваннябезпекового сектору країн Східної Європи,’ edited by Maksym Khylko and Oleksandr Tytarchuk, Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung: Kyiv, Ukraine. 31-35.

(2017) ‘Surviving Apocalypto: A case for GD’s pragmatic foreign policy.’ Commentary No. 4. Georgian Institute of Politics.

(2017) ‘Who should elect the president? Myths about the parliamentary system.’ Commentary No. 3. Georgian Institute of Politics.

(2017) ‘100 days of new Georgian Government: Reality Check.’ Country Report 2017. Georgian Institute of Politics. Co-authored with Kornely Kakachia, Joseph Larsen and Mariam Grigalashvili.

(2016) ‘Single Party Rule Returns to Georgia.’ Commentary No. 3, Georgian Institute of Politics. Co-authored with Joseph Larsen.

(2016) ‘Georgia’s democratic dilemma.’ Commentary No. 1, Georgian Institute of Politics.

(2016) ‘Protracted Conflicts in the OSCE Area Innovative Approaches for Co-operation in the Conflict Zones.’ Working Group Report. OSCE Network of Think Tanks and Academic Institutions: Hamburg. Co-authored with Philip Remler (Principal Drafter), Atanas Dimitrov, Samuel Goda, Konstanze Jüngling, Nino Kemoklidze, Ida Manton, Sergey Rastoltsev,

Sebastian Relitz, Raymond Saner, Hans-Joachim Schmidt, Tanja Tamminen, Oleksandr Tytarchuk, Tony van der Togt, Stefan Wolff and Wolfgang Zellner.

(2016) ‘Economic engagement and its spillover effect on conflict management.’ Paper prepared for the OSCE Network Workshop on Innovative Approaches to Protracted Conflicts. Vienna, Austria.

(2016) ‘Democracy under Stress: Western Fatigue, Russian Resurgence, and Their Implications for Democratic Processes in Georgia,’ Policy Brief No. 2, Georgian Institute of Politics.

(2014) ‘10 Years of the ENP - The Way Forward with the EaP,’ MAXCAP Policy Brief No. 1, August 2015, “Maximizing the integration capacity of the European Union: Lessons of and prospects for enlargement and beyond” (MAXCAP).

 

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Positions

Since 10/2019
Friedrich Schiller University Jena, Jena (Germany)  Postdoctoral Fellow, Lecturer

10/2017 - 09/2019   
University of Bremen, Bremen (Germany), Research Associate, Lecturer

Since 09/2017               
Ilia State University, Tbilisi (Georgia), Associate Professor  

09/2016 - 09/2017           
​Albert-Ludwigs-Universität Freiburg, Freiburg (Germany), Research Associate, Lecturer

03/2016                         
Georgian Institute of Politics, Tbilisi (Georgia), Senior Research Fellow 

05/2014 - 06/2016          
Free University Berlin, Berlin (Germany), Research Fellow 

09/2013 - 06/2016          
The Kolleg-Forschergruppe "The Transformative Power of Europe",   Free University Berlin, (Germany), Associated Fellow

09/2011 - 09/2012          
Ilia State University, Tbilisi (Georgia), Researcher

01/2008 - 04/2011          
Konrad Adenauer Foundation, Tbilisi (Georgia), Regional Program Political Dialogue South Caucasus, Project Coordinator, Scientific Officer

Scholarships and Awards

  • 10/2014 - 10/2016   Academic Swiss Caucasus Net, Fribourg (Switzerland)
  • 04/2011 – 02/2015  Konrad Adenauer Foundation, Berlin (Germany), PhD Scholarship
  • 09/2011 – 09/2012  Academic Swiss Caucasus Net, Fribourg (Switzerland)
  • 03/2007 – 07/2007  Parliament of Germany, Berlin (Germany)
  • 01/2007 – 07/2007  Centre for Strategic Studies, Tbilisi (Georgia)
  • 07/2004 – 08/2004  German Academic Exchange Service, Bremen (Germany)
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