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Mamuka Tsereteli Sr Adjunct Professorial Lecturer School of International Service

Degrees
Ph.D. in Economics (Academy of Science, Moscow), M.A. in Social and Economic Geography, Tbilisi State University, Georgia.

Bio
Dr. Mamuka Tsereteli is a Senior Adjunct Professorial Lecturer at School of International Service at American University. He is a Senior Research Fellow at Central Asia-Caucasus Institute, part of American Foreign Policy Council. He served as a Director, Center for Black Sea-Caspian Studies at AU between 2009-2013, and as an Assistant Professor at School of International Service in 2007-2011. Dr. Tsereteli also served as a member of the part time faculty at Johns Hopkins SAIS and Elliott School of International Affairs at George Washington University. His areas of interests include international relations and international economic policy, economic and energy security, political and economic risk analysis and mitigation strategies, and business development. Dr. Tsereteli previously served as Founding Executive Director at the America-Georgia Business Council (and currently continues to serve as a president of the organization), and Economic Counselor at the Embassy of Georgia in Washington, covering relationships with International Financial Institutions, US assistance programs and business initiatives. He is an author of many academic and policy-focused publications.
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Teaching

Summer 2021

  • SIS-696 Selected Topics:Non-Recurring: Geopol Frontier South Caucasus