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Richard Albert, Malkhaz Nakashidze, Tarik Olcay, The Formalist Resistance to Unconstitutional Constitutional Amendments, Hastings Law Journal, Vol. 70 (forthcoming 2019) 

 


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Georgia – the State of Liberal Democracy, in: 2017 Global Review of Constitutional Law, Richard Albert, David Landau, Pietro Faraguna and Simon Drugda (Editors), I•CONnect and the Clough Center for the Study of Constitutional Democracy at Boston College, 2018

 


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Government formation and cabinet types in new democracies: Armenia and Georgia in comparative European perspective, International Comparative Jurisprudence, Volume 2, Issue 1, September 2016, Pages 25–35

 


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Semi-presidentialism in Georgia, Book chapter in: Robert Elgie and Sophia Moestrup, Semi-presidentialism in the Caucasus and Central Asia, Palgrave Macmillan, UK, 2016

 

 


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“The role of constitutional borrowing for the constitutional drafting process in post soviet space – the case of Georgia”, The IXth World Congress “Constitutional Challenges: Global and Local”, Organized by The International Association of Constitutional Law and The Department of Public and International Law, 16 – 20 June 2014, Oslo, Norway


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A “moot Court” – An Extracurricular Activity in “Constitutional Justice” Course for Master’s Program, Literacy Information and Computer Education Journal (LICEJ), Special Issue, Volume 1, Issue 1, 2012

 


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Collected Articles of International Olympiad of Students (Editor), Regional Center for Research and Promotion of Constitutionalism, Batumi, 2012;

 

 


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Short Dictionary of the Constitutional Law, ilustrated youth Constitution (co-autor), The Regional centre for Research and Promotion of Constitutionalism, Batumi, 2011

 

 


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Characteristics of Relations of the President with the Authority Branches in Semi-Presidential Government Systems (on examples of Azerbaijan Republic, Georgia and Republic of Armenia),  Dissertation for the PhD Degree, Ivane Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University, Department of Law, Tbilisi, 2010;


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Some Legislative Powers of the President in South Caucasus Countries (Armenia, Azerbaijan, Georgia), Journal International Law_N2-09_N1-10

 

 


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Concept and Classification of Semi-Presidential Government System, Journal “Justice and Law”, edition #4, 2009

 

 

 


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Problems in the Execution of the Constitutional Court Decisions in Georgia, Journal  “Justice”,  Volume 1, Tbilisi, 2009

 

 


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Dissenting opinion of the Constitutional Court a Judge and its Importance”, Journal “Justice and Law”, edition #2(21), Tbilisi, 2009

 


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Citizenship of People Living in the Autonomous Republic of Abkhazia and the Former South Ossetia Autonomous District, Institute of Niko Berdzenishvili, Compilation: Issues of History of the South-Western Parts of Georgia, Volume III, Batumi, 2008


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Succession of the USSR and the Issue of Russian Federation Citizenship in the Conflict Regions of Georgia, Collection of the Institute of Political Sciences and Shota Rustaveli State University – Georgia: Problems for Democratic Development and Contemporary Challenges, Tbilisi, 2008

 


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Russian Passports and the Citizenship of the Russian Federation in the Conflict Regions of Georgia (monograph), edition of “Batumi University”, 2008

 

 

 

 


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Introduction to the Constitution of Georgia, “Kolori”, Tbilisi, 2006

 


 

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Anti-occupation protests in Georgia and the announced constitutional amendments, July 19, 2029

Elections 2019 in Georgia – the chances of ruling party and opposition, June 10, 2019

Georgia – The results of the presidential election, 

Georgia – Presidential election: First-round results and expectations for the second round, November 5, 2018

Georgia – The Presidential Election: Candidates and the Campaign, October 3, 2018

Georgia – Mass demonstrations and the resignation of the prime minister, July 16, 2018

Georgia – Confrontation in the ruling party and the former Prime Minister’s return to politics, May 15, 2018, Blog: Presidential Power; 

Georgia – The 2018 presidential election: Political Parties and Candidates, March 26, 2018 Blog: Presidential Power; 

Georgia – Changes to the government, December 4, 2017; Blog: Presidential Power; 

Georgia – The president’s veto of the constitutional reform is overridden; October 26, 2017; Blog: Presidential Power;  

Georgia – Constitutional reform: From semi-presidentialism to parliamentarism; October 3, 2017; Blog: Presidential Power; 

Constitutional Amendments in Georgia: Towards Parliamentarism, I·CONnect, May 12, 2017

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