CPC - Caspian Policy Center
Tamar (Tamta) Gegechkori is a Research Intern with the Caspian Policy Center. Tamta is currently pursuing a master’s degree at Johns Hopkins University’s School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS) with a double concentration in Conflict Management and Energy, Resources & Environment. Prior to attending SAIS, Tamta served as an Associate in an international government relations consulting firm, assisting clients in regulatory and public affairs issues in Washington, DC and Eastern Europe. She has also worked at the Georgian Foundation for Strategic and International Studies, where she designed and conducted research on energy security threats in South Caucasus.
Georgia’s Hydropower Dilemma
Despite nation-wide protests against proposed large hydropower projects over the past decade, the Government of Georgia remains focused on rapidly developing new installed hydro capacity to address
Georgia at a Crossroad: Implementing an EU-Brokered Agreement
Assistant Secretary Reeker’s Visit Marks United States’ Welcome Engagement in the South Caucasus
Kazakhstan Accelerates Renewable Energy Transition