Alexandre Mishvelidze has been in public service since 2007, working in foreign affairs with a focus on counterterrorism, arms control and political/military issues.
“My Previous work experience includes working on European Integration affairs in the Ministry of Environment and Natural Resources Protection of Georgia. I received my Master’s degree in International Relations from the Tbilisi state University, where I am now a Ph.D. candidate. My interest lies broadly in the post soviet area. More specifically, during my doctoral studies I have worked on Ukraine, Azerbaijan, Georgia and System Changes in the Eastern Partnership countries. Furthermore, I have extensive hands-on experience in the Baltic States (Master’s Thesis: “System Changes in Estonia”).
“I studied at the Tallinn University of Technology (Law School), the Estonian School of Diplomacy, the Saarland University and the European Academy of Diplomacy. I have also successfully completed the New Security Leaders Program of the 2016 Warsaw Security Forum.“