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Alaverdova Emilia

Emilia Alaverdova is a Professor of Law and International relations at the Technical University of Georgia and an Associate Professor at Davit Agmashenebeli University of Georgia. She has many years of teaching experience in various academic positions. Since May 2022, she has been a member of the Conflict Experts Group of the Ministry of Education and Science of Georgia. She holds a PhD in Political Science. Furthermore, she speaks Georgian, English, Russian, Turkish, Azerbaijani, Armenian, and Greek. She is fluent in Georgian, English, and Russian. She has participated in approximately sixty national and international scientific conferences. 

She is actively engaged in scientific and research activities. Emilia has published a monograph on the following topics: "The Islamic Factor in Russian Politics (History and Modernity)", Publishing House "Universal", Tbilisi, 2021. 

In addition, she has published a book - "Emigration crisis in modern Europe", "Universal" publishing house, Tbilisi, 2021. To date, she has published approximately forty scientific articles in various national and international journals, including:

1. "The Importance of the Regional Triangle - India-Pakistan-Afghanistan and Russian Interests in the Region", Journal of Education Culture and Society, University of Wrocław, Institute of Pedagogy, 2022.

2. "Emergence of Radical Islam in Chechen Wars", International Scientific Research Conference - "Role and Significance of New Technologies in Armed Conflicts". The Georgian National Defence Academy, named after Davit Agmashenebeli, 2021

3. "Cases of Discrimination against Refugees in Europe and Changes in the Package of Asylum Seekers (on the example of Germany)". Challenges of International Law, the collection of articles, Tbilisi, 2021.

She has organised more than thirty scientific events at international and national levels and is actively involved in various events and projects connected to social and political issues.

Her research interests include:

• religion;

• migration;

• conflicts;

• religious tourism;

• European and Russian studies;

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