Prof. Ghia Nodia
•Lurching to Democracy. From agnostic tolerance to pious Jacobinism: Societal change and people's reactions. Baden-Baden, Nomos Verlagsgesellschaft, 2000 (Co-author: Theo Hanf), 156 p.
•Civil Society Development in Georgia: Achievements and Challenges, Policy Paper, Caucasus Institute for Peace, Democracy and Development, Tbilisi, 2005.
•The Political Landscape in Georgia. Political Parties: Achievements, Challenges, and Prospects (with Alvaro Pinto Scoltbach),Delf (Holland), Eburon Delft, 2006 (Co-author: Alvaro Pinto Scholtach, 268 p.
•Bruno Coppieters, Ghia Nodia, Yuri Anchabadze, eds, Georgians and Abkhazians: The Search for a Peace Settlement, Köln: Bundesinstitut für ostwissenschaftliche und internationale Studien, 1998.
•Rethinking Nationalism and Democracy in the Light of Post-Communist Experience, in: N. Chavchavadze, G. Nodia and Paul Peachey, eds., "National Identity as an Issue of Knowledge and Morality", Washington D.C.: Paideia Press & the Council for Research in Values and Philosophy, 1994, pp. 39-65.
•Georgia's Identity Crisis, "Journal of Democracy", 1995/1, pp. 104-116.
•The Conflict in Abkhazia: National Projects and Political Circumstances, in: Bruno Coppieters, Ghia Nodia, Yuri Anchabadze, Eds., "Georgians and Abkhazians: The Search for a Peace Settlement," Köln: Bundesinstitut für ostwissenschaftliche und internationale Studien, 1998, pp. 14-48.
•Trying to Build (Democratic) State Institutions in Independent Georgia, in: Gerhard Mangott (Hrsg.), "Brennpunkt Südkaukasus: Aufbruch trotz Krieg, Vertreibung und Willkürherschaft", Wien: Braumüller, 1999.
•A New Cycle of Instability in Georgia?, in: Gary K. Cassady Craft, Scott A. Jones, Michael Beck (eds.), "Crossroads and Conflict: Security and Foreign Policy in the Caucasus and Central Asia", London-New York: Routledge, 2000.
•Breaking the Mold of Powerlessness: The Meaning of Georgia's Latest Revolution, in: Zurab Karumidze, James V. Wertsch, Editors, "Enough! The Rose Revolution in the Republic of Georgia 2003", Nova Science Publishers Inc.: New York, 2004.
•Georgia: Dimensions of Insecurity:, in: Bruno Coppieters and Robert Legvold, Eds, Statehood and Security: Georgia after the Rose Revolution,The MIT Press, Cambridge-London, 2005.
•The Wounds of Lost Empire, Journal of Democracy, 2009/2, pp. 34-38.
•Components of the Georgian National Idea, Idenitity Studies, 2009/1, pp. 84-101.
•Freedom and the State, Journal of Democracy, 2010/1, pp. 136-143.
•Socio-Political and Humanitarian Sciences and Public Policy Institutions, in: "Public Policy Institutes: World Experience and development prospects in the South Caucasus", Open Society Institute - Assitance Foundation, Baku 2001, pp. 228-234, version in Azerbaijani language: pp. 61-68.
Prof. David Aprasidze
• Country Report Georgia, Freedom House: Nations in Transit 2011
•Guns and Roses: Huntington's Secret Admirer in the Caucasus, Journal Democratization, 2011
•Frozen Transitions and Unfrozen Conflicts, Or What Went Wrong in Georgia?, Yale Journal of International Affairs, 2010
•Country Report Georgia, Freedom House: Nations in Transit 2010
•სახელმწიფოსა და ერის ფორმირება თანამედროვე საქართველოში: დაუსრულებელი პროექტი? ქართველი ერის დაბადება, ილიას სახელმწიფო უნივერსიტეტი, თბილისი 2009
•Im Schatten des russischen Bären, Journal Welt-Sichten, 2009
•Lost in Democratization and Modernization: What Next in Georgia?Caucasus Analytical Digest, 2009
•State-Building and Democratization in Georgia: Have the Limits Been Reached?, IFSH, OSCE-Yearbook 2008, Hamburg 2009
•Conflict in Abkhazia: in search to change the status quo , Eastern European Studies Center (ed.), Are Frozen Conflicts warming? Vilnius 2007
Prof. David Darchiashvili
•Trends of Strategic thinking in Georgia: Achievements, Problems, and Prospects. In : Crossroads and Conflict, Security and Foreign Policy in the Caucasus and Central Asia. Edited by Gary k.Bertsch, Cassady Craft, Scott A.Jones and Michael Beck. Routledge, New York-london, 2000
•Georgian Security Problems and Policies, In : The South Caucasus: A Challenge for the EU, Chaillot Papers. December 2003, Institute for Security Studies, Paris
•Georgian Defense Policy and Military Reform, In Statehood and Security , Georgia After the Rose Revolution, Edited by Bruno Coppieters and Robert Legvold. American Academy Studies in Global Security, Caucasus Institute for Peace, Democracy and Development , Tbilisi 2006
•National Society and Implications of Modern Security. In: Identity Studies, Ilia State University N1, 2009, Tbilisi , pp.102-105
•Paradox of the nationalism. In: Georgia on the crossroad of the Millenium, Arete 2005.
•Civil-military relations in a newly independent transitional state: The Georgian case, In: Security Sector Reform and Post-Conflict Peace-Building , Edited by Albrecht Schnabel and Hans-Georg Ehraht, UN University Press , 2005
Prof. Charles Fairbanks
•"Georgia's Soviet Legacy," Journal of Democracy, 25th Anniversary Issue, forthcoming in Winter 2010
•"Revolution Reconsidered," Journal of Democracy, Winter 2006.
•"Georgia's Rose Revolution," Journal of Democracy, Vol.15, no.2 (April 2004) 110-124.
•"Ten Years after the Soviet Breakup: Disillusionment in the Caucasus and Central Asia," Journal of Democracy, Vol. 12, no. 4 (October 2001), 49-56.
•"The Politics of Resentment," Journal of Democracy, Vol. 5, No. 2, (April 1994), 35-41.Dissects demagogic politics in post-Soviet transitions, arguing from the example of Vladimir Zhirinovsky.
•Party, Ideology, and the Public World in the Former Soviet Union," Chapter in Arthur Meltzer, Jerry Weinberger, and M. Richard Zinman, Politics at the Turn of the Century, (Lanham: Rowman and Littlefield, 2001), 236-279.
•"Weak States and Private Armies," chapter in Crawford Young and Mark Beissinger, eds., Beyond State Crisis: Postcolonial Africa and Postcommunist Eurasia Compared, (Washington: Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars Press, 2002).
•Prepared Statement and Testimony, Hearing on the Caucasus, Europe Subcommittee, House Committee on International Affairs, October 10, 2001.
•Reports the absence of effective Georgian sovereignty from the Pankisi gorge, and issues of ethnic conflict.
•"Russian Roulette: The Dangers of a Collapsing Empire," Policy Review, no. 57 (Summer 1991).
•reprinted in John T. Rourke (ed), Taking Sides: Clashing Views on Controversial Issues in World Politics, (Guilford, Connecticut: Duskin Publishing Group, 1992), pp. 6-15.
Assistant prof. Giorgi Gvalia
•Political Elites, Ideas and Foreign Policy: Georgia since Rose Revolution (Book is Under publication, September 2011, Co-authors: Zurab Iashvili, Bidzina Lebanidze)
•ძალთა წონასწორობა თუ საფრთხის წონასწორობა? ალიანსები სამხრეთ კავკასიაში (ბთკკ, საერთაშორისო პოლიტიკის კვლევის სერია, წიგნი 4, თბილისი)
•Kosovo Unique, Not Universal (Georgian Daily, March 2008)
•Торговля ядерными веществами: новый вызов международной безопасности (Право и Политология №1(2). 2008)
•NATO-Intensified Dialogue (GSAC. 2007)
Assistant Prof. Archil Abashidze
•Case: Georgia, in: Effective mechanisms and practices for fighting against corruption in the Black Sea Region: lessons learnt and further steps for Romania, Bulgaria, Turkey and Georgia, (in English language) Bucharest 2010
•Labour Migration from Georgia and bilateral migration agreements: needs and prospects, Policy Review, CIPDD, Tbilisi 2009 (in Georgian and English languages)
•A Plea for Open Parliaments in the Black Sea Region: Case Georgia, Bucharest, Romania (available under http://www.ipp.ro) (in English language)
•Fear for the Russian Invasion (in German language), Die Tageszeitung (11.08.2008): http://www.taz.de/1/politik/europa/artikel/1/angst-vor-russischem-einmarsch/
•Ten Questions about Political Development in Georgia, In: Society and Politics Vol. VI, Tbilisi 2007
•American Political Scientists on the Role of Culture in the Process of Development, in: Journal of American Studies, Volume III, Tbilisi University Press 2005