Michael Emerson,Steven Blockmans,Alexandre Kacharava,David Bolkvadze,George Zedginidze,Giorgi Akhalaia,Gvantsa Duduchava,Helen Khoshtaria,Lali Gogoberidze,Natia Samushia,Tamara Kovziridze,Vakhtang Lejava,Zaza Chelidze,Guillaume Van Der Loo,Hrant Kostanyan,Giorgi Chitadze

Deepening EU-Georgian Relations

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For Georgia, the signing of the Association Agreement and the DCFTA with the European Union in 2014 was an act of strategic geopolitical significance. Of all the EU’s eastern partners, the country has distinguished itself since the Rose Revolution of 2003 by pushing ahead with a radical liberalisation and economic reform agenda. Georgia is also unique among the countries in the region for having largely cleansed its economy and political system of corruption.
The purpose of this Handbook is to make the complex political, economic and legal content of the Association Agreement readily understandable. This second edition, published two years into the Agreement’s implementation, adds new value. The Handbook now reflects Georgia’s progress in putting the Agreement into effect.
Two teams of researchers from leading independent think tanks, CEPS in Brussels and Reformatics in Tbilisi, collaborated on this project, with the support of the Swedish International Development Agency (Sida). This Handbook is one of a trilogy examining similar Association Agreements made by the EU with Ukraine and Moldova.
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