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Iana Maisuradze
Programme Assistant
Iana Maisuradze is a Programme Assistant in Europe in the World Programme, working on Eastern Partnership and Transatlantic Affairs. Iana concurrently holds the position of Academic Assistant of the Transatlantic Affairs Programme at College of Europe in Bruges.

Her experience spans academia, executive education, think tanks, research, and policy institutions, including working at Geneva Centre for Security Policy (GCSP), where she focused on Peace Operations and Peacebuilding as well as Terrorism & Preventing Violent Extremism; and internships at Centre for European Policy Studies (CEPS) in Brussels as well as at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Georgia. Iana served as the Young Ambassador of Georgia to the Kingdom of Belgium in 2016-2017.

Iana holds a MA in Transatlantic Affairs (MATA) from The Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy at Tufts University and College of Europe in Bruges, where her research focused on a transatlantic strategy towards Russia considering Eastern Partner countries – Georgia and Ukraine. She holds BSc and MSc in Business Administration from KU Leuven, Belgium and speaks English, French, Russian and Spanish along with her native Georgian.

PROGRAMME

Europe in the World

PROJECTs

Areas of expertise

Eastern Partnership, Transatlantic affairs, terrorism & radicalisation

Current positions

Education

MA in Transatlantic Affairs at College of Europe in Bruges and The Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy at Tufts University
BSc and MSc in Business Administration from KU Leuven, Belgium

Languages

Georgian, English, French, Russian, Spanish

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Publications

Foreign policy / OUTLOOK PAPER
Europe in the world in 2022: The transatlantic comeback?
By Amanda Paul , Ivano di Carlo , Guillaume Van der Loo , Réka Koleszár , Mihai Sebastian Chihaia , Ricardo Borges de Castro , Iana Maisuradze , Ionela Ciolan , Maxime Sierro - 21/01/2022
Georgia / COMMENTARY
NATO and Georgia 13 years on: So close, yet so far
By Amanda Paul , Iana Maisuradze - 31/05/2021
Georgia / COMMENTARY
Georgia’s road ahead: Time for the EU to show some tough love
By Amanda Paul , Iana Maisuradze - 30/04/2021


Contributions

Georgia / OP-ED
Thirteen years on – 20% of Georgia is still occupied by Russia
Amanda Paul and Iana Maisuradze wrote an op-ed on the current situation in Georgia 13 years after the 2008 war. You can read it here


Thirteen years on – 20% of Georgia is still occupied by Russia
06 August 2021 - ,
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