Gogita Gvedashvili serves as the Deputy Director at the Georgian Center for Strategy and Development focusing on Georgia’s foreign policy, the EU’s Eastern Neighborhood and enlargement policies. He has been providing consultancy and evidence-based researches with the EU institutions and national governments.

With over a years of expertise in strategic communications, he specializes in countering hybrid threats and advancing communication strategies. Gogita actively engages in research and analysis, collaborating with prominent local and international institutions. His policy studies have been presented to esteemed entities such as the European Commission, the OSCE Office for Democratic Institutions and Human Rights (OSCE/ODIHR) and the NATO Strategic Communications Center of Excellence.   

About GCSD
Georgian Center for Strategy and Development (GCSD) is a non-partisan and neutral, non-governmental organization. GCSD is one of the leading independent think tanks in Georgia. Our values are based on the principles of equality, freedom, respect, accountability and transparency. Our goals are to support Georgia’s national security, Strengthening the principles of effective and democratic governance of the country; Supporting its European and Euro-Atlantic integration and creating the conditions for Georgia’s sustainable development. Based on the goals, our activities include: research, consulting, advocacy and implementation of various educational projects.