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About Alexander Kupatadze

Alexander Kupatadze is a lecturer at the school of international relations, St Andrews University. He was formerly a postdoctoral fellow at the Niehaus Center for Globalization and Governance, Princeton University and associate fellow at the Extra-legal Governance Institute (Ex-Legi), Oxford University. He is the author of Organised Crime, Political Transitions and State Formation in Post-Soviet Eurasia (Palgrave, 2012). His website is here.

Articles by Alexander Kupatadze

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Walid el Houri
Walid el Houri is lead editor of North Africa West Asia

Constitutional conventions: best practice

The politics of police reform: dissecting the barriers to change in the post-Soviet world

According to a new book, destabilising episodes of violence and an experienced civil society sector are key parts of building consensus for police reform.

The failed "mental revolution": Georgia, crime and criminal justice

Crime has been near the top of Georgia's political agenda for a decade. But successive governments have still to address fundamental questions of legitimacy and trust.

From Georgia to the EU is a long road

Georgia has signed an association agreement with the EU. But there is a long road ahead toward establishing transparent and accountable government.

 

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