Danubius International Conferences, 6th International Conference on European Integration - Realities and Perspectives

Reforming Public Administration in the Process of Georgia's Integration into EU

David Sukhiashvili
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Date: 2011-05-13 03:30 PM – 05:00 PM
Last modified: 2011-05-10


Objectives: This study aims to research the public administration reform in Georgia and its impact on foreign policy, in particular the Euro-Atlantic strategy for the country of interest in connection with the increasing role of the state in international relations. Georgia is considered as one of the key components of the growth of EU influence in the region and the former Soviet Union as a whole. Stability of the political system is an important factor in European security. Prior work: It should be noted that this subject as a whole remains inadequately developed in domestic and foreign political science. Approach: The following basic principles such as the principle of historicism and objectivity were used with aim to discover the research’s main topic. Using these principles, this study caused the use of such research methods as a chronological method, retrospective, historical-comparative method, comparison and analysis in researching science problems. Results: Georgia has undergone great changes over the past 6-7 years, aimed at creating a viable democracy, based on respect of human rights, rule of law and market economy. Progress in this direction is visible and tangible. Implications: Proceedings of the research can be used in studying and teaching the "European Integration of Georgia" course. And also it can help in the preparation of students’ and post-graduate students’ conferences. Value: The study consists in the formulation of scientific problems and independent decision to allow more deeply and to comprehensively address the development process of Georgia’s European integration.

Keywords: European integration of Georgia; European Union; reform