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Salome Minesashvili

Salome Minesashvili

Freie Universität Berlin

Internationale Sommer- und Winteruniversität

(FUBiS)

E-Mail
sminesashvili[at]gmail.com

Salome Minesashvili ist Doktorandin an der Berlin Graduate School for Transnational Studies, wo sie zur europäischen Identität abseits der EU forscht. Nach ihrem Bacholor in Internationalen Beziehungen an der Ivane Javakhisvhili Tbilisi State University im Jahr 2010 studierte sie im Master an der University of Edinburgh und der Ivane Javakhisvhili Tbilisi State University. Es folgten Forschungen für internationale Programme wie SCOPES und ASCN, deren Ziel es ist, die wissenschaftliche Kooperation zwischen der Schweiz und Osteuropa zu fördern. Seit Januar 2019 arbeitet Frau Minesashvili als Forschungskoordinatorin am Georgian Institute of Politics in Tiflis. Ihre Forschungsschwerpunkte liegen auf nationalen Identitäten, Außenpolitik sowie Transformationsprozessen in ehemaligen Sowjetrepubliken.

Aktuelle FUBiS-Kurse:

Seit 01/2019
Forschungskoordinatorin (Forscherin von 2013 – 2018) am Georgian Institute of Politics, Tiflis

Seit 09/2015
Berlin Graduate School for Transnational Studies, Doktorandin

09/2010 – 02/2013
Iv. Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University, MSc Transformation im Südkaukasus

09/2011 – 11/2012
University of Edinburgh, MSc Internationale Politische Theorie

09/2006 – 07/2010
Iv. Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University, B.A. Internationale Beziehungen

“Regional Politics in Eurasia”. Proseminar. Wintersemester 2017/2018. Freie Universität Berlin. In Kooperation mit Ann-Sophie Gast.

04/2014 – 03/2017
Swiss National Foundation (SCOPES Programme). “Religion and soft power. Religious communities in the South Caucasus as objects of external influences” (Wissenschaftlerin)

02/2014 – 01/2016
Academic Swiss Caucasus Net (ASCN) grant “Role of identity, norms and beliefs in foreign policy of Armenia and Georgia” (Nachwuchswissenschaftlerin)

11/2014 – 04/2015
Center for EU Studies, University of Ghent, Belgien

05 – 07/2014
Department of Political Science and International Relations, University of Oxford, UK

01/2014 – 01/2015
Norwegian Institute for International Affairs grant #R QZA-13/0338 “Contemporary dilemmas in Georgia’s foreign and security policy” (Forschungsassistentin)

09/2013 – 09/2015
Georgian Institute of Politics and Iv. Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University, Wissenschaftlerin, Tiflis

03/2013 – 09/2013
Center for Social Sciences, Forschungspraktikantin, Tiflis

02/2011 – 09/2011
Caucasus Research Resource Centers, Junior Fellow, Tiflis

Forschungsschwerpunkte:

  • Nationale Identität/Nexus Außenpolitik
  • Östliche Nachbarschaftspolitik der EU
  • Theorien Internationale Beziehungen
  • Transformationsprozesse in der ehemaligen Sowjetunion

Kakachia, K., Minesashvili, S. and Kakhishvili, L. 2018. Change and continuity in the foreign policies of small states: elite perceptions and Georgia`s foreign policy towards Russia. Europe-Asia Studies, 70(5), 814-831.

Minesashvili, S. and Gast, Ann-Sophie. 2017. The global increase of hybrid warfare: the case of Russia`s warfare in Ukraine. In: Long shots and bold claims: scenarios on future challenges to the global order. Policy Paper, N2. POLIS 180, Berlin.

Minesashvili, S. 2017. Orthodoxy as soft power in Russia-Georgia relations. In: Joedicke, A. (ed.). 2017. Religion and soft power in the South Caucasus. Routledge.

Minesashvili, S. 2017. Well-being and migration. In: Zarembo, K. (ed.). 2017. Ukrainian generation: attitudes and values. New Europe Center, Kyiv.

Minesashvili, S. 2017. The Georgian Orthodox Church as a civil actor: challenges and capabilities. Policy paper. Georgian Institute of Politics.

Minesashvili, S. 2016. Can the Georgian Orthodox Church contribute to the democratization process? Policy paper. Georgian Institute of Politics.

Minesashvili, S. 2016. Belonging and alterity in Georgia`s foreign policy. In: Kakachia, K. and   Markarov, A. (eds.). 2016. Values and identity as sources of foreign policy in Armenia and Georgia. Tbilisi: Universal.

Minesashvili, S. 2015. Path dependency in foreign policy: the case of US-Georgia relations in 2003- 2012. Journal of Young Researchers, 1(1). Tbilisi State University.

Minesashvili, S. and Kakhishvili, L. 2015. Georgia: foreign policy identity in the domestic arena as a subject of contestation. Caucasus Analytical Digest, 77.

Kakachia, K. and Minesashvili, S. 2015. Identity politics: exploring Georgian foreign policy behavior. Journal of Eurasian Studies, 6(2), 171-180.

Kakachia, K., Kakhishvili, L. and Minesashvili, S., 2015. Russia-Georgia relations – possible threats and challenges of the “normalization” process. Policy Brief. East European Security Research Initiative.

Minesashvili, S., 2013. How European are we? Explaining Georgia’s westward aspiration. Working paper. Tbilisi: Center for Social Sciences.