United States Public Diplomacy in Georgia: From the Cold War to a Strategic Partnership
Monograph of Mariam Khatiashvili “United States Public Diplomacy in Georgia: From the Cold War to a Strategic Partnership” was published. The book is intended for both specialists and students, as well as for the general public interested in the relationship between the United States and Georgia, it will give the reader an idea about the importance of public diplomacy in the US-Georgia relationship and, in general, provide a relatively complete picture of that relationship. Mariam Khatiashvili, Doctor of American Studies, and researcher in Public Diplomacy, visiting scholar at St. Andrew the First-Called Georgian University of the Patriarchate of Georgia, participated in the United States Department of State Foreign Exchange Scholars Exchange Program, her field of research is interdisciplinary in the field of American studies and mainly includes the study of public diplomacy and foreign policy. Mariam is the author of various scientific papers in this field, published both in Georgia and in the United States.