The End of Transition? Political Processes in the South Caucasus

This year sees new elections in Armenia and Georgia, in which most observers expect only one result—the victory of the current governing party. Thomas de Waal of the Carnegie Endowment suggests that the South Caucasian countries have become effectively one-party states and looks at the future of democracy and the possibility of transition in the region. Freedom House's Christopher Walker will respond and share his insights on the region's trajectory.

Date: April 27, 2012
Time: 12:001:45 p.m.

OSI-New York

Daniel Sershen, Tom de Waal, and Christopher Walker