M.A. Baia Ivaneishvili

Contact Info

  • Invited Lecturer
  • Baia
  • Ivaneishvili

Specific and Technical Skills

Languages
  • Georgian – Native, English – Fluent, Russian - Fluent
Technical Skills
  • Microsoft Office
Education
  • PhD, International Black Sea University, Social Sciences, 2010-prese, Tbilisi, Georgia
  • MA, Georgian Institute of Public Affairs (GIPA), School of Law and Politics, 2007-2010, Tbilisi, Georgia
  • BA, Tbilisi State University, Social and Political Sciences, 2003-2007, Tbilisi, Georgia
Academic and Administrative Experience
  • Dean, International Black Sea University , Faculty of Social Sciences, 2013-2017
  • Vice-Dean, International Black Sea University , Faculty of Social Sciences, February, 2013-September, 2013
  • Visiting Scholar, University of Northern Iowa, Department of Political Science, March, 2012-May, 2012
  • Invited Lecturer, International Black Sea University, Social Sciences, 2012-present
  • Research Assistant, International Black Sea University, Social Sciences, 2010-2013
Research Interests
  • Theories of International Relations, Political Philosophy, Political Ideologies; Foreign Policy of the USA; Foreign Policy of Georgia
Teaching Interests
  • Theory of International Relations, Political Thought, Political Ideologies
Selected Publications
Journals
  • Baia Ivaneishvili. (2016). Strategic Options of a Declining Hegemon: Searching for the Balance between Costs and Involvement . Journal of Social Sciences. 5(2), pp.7-16.
  • Baia Ivaneishvili. (2013). Future of Liberal World Order Can Liberal World Order Prevail in the World without American Hegemony?. Journal of Social Sciences. 2(1), pp.15-18.
  • Baia Ivaneishvili. (2012). Obama Foreign Policy Doctrine: Preparing America to Succeed in Multipolar World. Journal of Social Sciences (IBSU). 1(1), pp.35-44.
  • Baia Ivaneishvili. (2012). Strike or not to Strike - Options on the Table to Prevent Iran from Going Nuclear . Journal of Social Sciences (IBSU). 1(2), pp.29-34.
Courses Taught
  • 2017-2018 "Theory of International Relations "
  • 2012-2018 "History of Political Thought"
  • 2012-2016 "Political Ideologies"