The Third Oxford-Georgia Forum: Georgia’s European Aspirations: The Role of Soft Power and Public Diplomacy

Lia Tsuladze gives a keynote speech titled “‘Georgia’s Contested European Trajectory: Instrumentalisation of Europeanisation Discourses by Political and Media Actors’’ at the Oxford-Georgia Forum: “Georgia’s European Aspirations: The Role of Soft Power and Public Diplomacy”

Announcing The Third Oxford-Georgia Forum organised by the Oxford School of Global and Area Studies (OSGA).

The annual forum serves as a dynamic platform, enhancing partnership initiatives between Georgia and the UK, and calls on expertise from across the academic disciplines, including but not limited to political science, international relations, history, literature, archaeology, cinematography, cultural studies, sociology, anthropology, economics and business. This year, the forum will be focused on the current political crisis in Georgia, Georgia’s European aspirations and perspectives, role of soft power and public diplomacy.

This event is open to the public. Please register here

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