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“Major Foreign Intervention in Kyrgyzstan would Prompt a Rush to Nationalism by Even the Most Moderate Figures”
Interview with Dr. John Heathershaw, University of Exeter, UK
From Vol. 4 (4) – Autumn 2010

“It’s in Georgia’s interest to be friendly with Russia”
Interview with Dr. Alexander Rondeli, President of the Georgian Foundation for Strategic and International Studies
From Vol. 4 (3) – Summer 2010

“Russia Puts Comparatively Little Effort into Using Soft Power in the South Caucasus”
Interview with Dr. Timothy Blauvelt, Country Director in Georgia for American Councils for International Education
From Vol. 4 (3) – Summer 2010

“Dramatic changes in the political order are typically not the province of democracies”
Interview with Dr. Julie A. George, City University of New York
From Vol. 4 (2) – Spring 2010

“The Current Trend of the Kremlin is to Rather Formally Distance itself from the North Caucasus”
Interview with Dr. Emil Souleimanov, Charles University, Prague, Czechia
From Vol. 4 (1) – Winter 2010

“Armenia & Georgia: Corruption, the State, and Change”
Interview with Dr. Christoph H. Stefes, University of Colorado Denver, US
From Vol. 3 (4) – Autumn 2009

“If Turkish-Armenian Border Reopens, Georgia Will Become Less Important”
Interview with Dr. Hans Gutbrod and Koba Turmanidze, Caucasus Research Resource Centers, Tbilisi, Georgia
From Vol. 3 (4) – Autumn 2009

“Widespread discontent in Russia may well lead to further resentment towards groups of Caucasian origin
Interview with Katerina Strani, Researcher, Greek Parliament
From Vol. 3 (3) – Summer 2009

Federalization Remains the Best Way for Georgia to Avoid Outbreaks of Further Internal Disputes”
Interview with Prof. George Hewitt, London School of Oriental & African Studies, UK
From Vol. 3 (2) – Spring 2009

“There has never been an unbiased Russian mediation in South Caucasian conflicts” Disputes”
Interview with Martin Malek, National Defense Academy, Austria
From Vol. 3 (1) – Winter 2009

“Georgia could become a NATO member, only if it accepted Russia’s takeover of Abkhazia and South Ossetia”
Interview with Cory Welt, Georgetown University, Washington D.C.
From Vol. 2 (4) – Autumn 2008

“The Caucasus needs a rest after the war”
Interview with Alexander Rahr, German Council on Foreign Relations, Berlin
From Vol. 2 (4) – Autumn 2008

“Soft annexation of Abkhazia is the greatest legacy of Putin to his successor”
Interview with Thomas de Waal, Institute of War & Peace Reporting in London
From Vol. 2 (3) – Summer 2008

US Missile Shield and more
Interview with Kevin T. Ryan, Harvard University
From Vol. 2 (1) – Winter 2008