Decisionmaking in the Russian-Georgian crisis
Beginning with the month on December 2008 until May 2009, we are developing a project in the framework of the Trilateral Romania-Ukraine-Republic of Moldova that aims at establishing the way that the decision making systems in the three countries perceived, assessed and reacted to the Russian-Georgian war. The project includes a common assessment after the meetings in Chisinau, Kiev and Bucharest and a final paper on the national approach and the regional pattern of the decision making in this particular crisis, as well as the decision taken and applied in this particular crisis as well as the motivation of these decisions in the particular case of each country. For some of them, the war in Georgia represented a particular crisis of their own country and was perceived like such. The project will be concluded by the launch of the paper in the three capitals. The project is financed via the Black Sea Trust of the GMF.