Luxembourg attracts over 200 000 cross-border workers daily, with the fiscal benefits reaped from this situation largely remaining in the Grand-Duchy, to the detriment of neighbouring regions. (Picture by Dylan Leagh)

Georgia’s European Dream: Progress, Challenges, and the Road Ahead

24 April 2023 International Politique

5 min

Georgia has always had a European orientation. Following its independence from the Soviet Union in 1991, the country has made significant progress in its pursuit of closer ties with Europe, embarked on a path of democratic reforms and Euro-Atlantic integration. However, it has also faced numerous challenges along the way, caught between the pro-European sentiment of its citizens and the geopolitical goals of Russia.

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