Rusudan Zabakhidze

Rusudan Zabakhidze

Rusudan Zabakhidze (Georgia) specializes in Strategic Studies. She holds a BA in International Relations from Tbilisi State University. Rusudan has extensively focused on European Affairs throughout her educational and professional experiences. Currently she serves as an Young European Ambassador from Georgia. During her IMSISS studies at Dublin City University, Rusudan undertook the fellowship at Embassy of Georgia to Ireland, focusing on Irish Security and Defense Sector, as well the development of BREXIT negotiations with a primary emphasis on Northern Ireland issue. Rusudan enjoys organizing international conferences, bringing together practitioners, academia and journalists. She has contributed to organizing GLOBSEC and Georgia’s European Way Conferences for the past three years. Rusudan has published several articles regarding Georgia’s EU integration process, Developments within Eastern Partnership Programme and EU’s role in peacebuilding. Her areas of interest include but are not limited to EU, NATO and democratic oversight of the armed forces.

EU’s role in shaping cyber legislation – Part Two of Three
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EU and Cyber Security: New Player against Emerging Threats in Cyberspace – Part One of Three
“Transport, energy, health, and finance are the most vulnerable sectors exposed to cyber-threats. Issuing the EU Cybersecurity Strategy in 2013
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