GSAC Election Analysis

Our Mission and Vision

Our region is faced with a clear lack of comprehensive social, political and military analysis available outside of the narrow circle of the professional experts. It is our mission to make unbiased fact-based information available to wider audience of researchers, interested individuals and the general public.

Amidst the upcoming 2020 Georgian Parliamentary Elections, the content of our platform will be mainly focused on the analysis of election-affiliated processes and overview of the usage of modern technologies in the electoral race and the evaluation of news and developments significant to Georgia’s political landscape.

We set ourselves an ambitious task to not only share our analyses with a diverse audience domestically and worldwide, but also assist the incorporation of new technologies into Georgia’s election strategies. To achieve our goal we will combine analytical expertise and IT solutions provided by the well-renowned members of our team.

  • Our Team

Dr. Tamaz Khunjua

Project Founder and Director

Ph.D in Theoretical Physics. Skilled election analyst with experience in the real political campaign in Georgia. Statistics, Data Mining, and IT specialist. Researcher at the University of Georgia and GSAC fellow.

  • GSAC Сontributors

Gela Vasadze

Senior Fellow of Georgian Strategic Analysis Center.

Nodar Kharshiladze

Founder of the Georgian Strategic Analysis Center

One of the founders of the Georgian Strategic Analysis Centre. Mr. Kharshiladze has over 14 years of work experience in international relations, defense and NATO integration. He started his career as a civil servant in 2001 at the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Georgia.

Dr. Giorgi Targamadze

Founder of the Georgian Strategic Analysis Center

Ph.D in Social Sciences. One of the founders and Director of the Media Center at the GSAC. From 1993 to 1995, Mr. Targamadze served as the Director of the Adjara Television and Radio Departments. From 2008 to 2013, he was the Chairman of Christian Democratic Movement of Georgia. Since 2014, he has been a visiting professor at the School of International Relations in the GIPA.

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