George Washington University

Status Private university

Abbreviation GWU

Telephone 202-994-1000


Address 2121 Eye Street, DC 20052 , Washington, , United States

Contact person Thomas LeBlanc (President)

Contact person Forrest Maltzman (Provost)

Departments Elliott School of International Affairs ,


Cory Welt


Welt C., (2013) Turkish-Armenian Normalisation and the Karabakh Conflict.

Welt C., (2013) The Boston Marathon Attack, the North Caucasus, and U.S.-Russian Relations.

Welt C., (2012) Democratization in the Caucasus: Elections in Armenia, Azerbaijan, and Georgia.

Welt C., (2012) Don’t Shy Away From Progress on the Russia-Georgia Conflict.

Welt C., (2011) A More Proactive U.S. Approach to the Georgia Conflicts.

Welt C., (2010) How to Resolve the Georgia Conflict. The Moscow Times.,

Welt C., (2005) POLITICAL CHANGE AND BORDER SECURITY REFORM IN EURASIA: The cCase of Georgia. The Nonproliferation Review , vol: 12, 503-537

Welt C., (2009) War and peace in the Caucasus: Russia's troubled frontier. Central Asian Survey , vol: 28, 433-434

Welt C., (2010) The Thawing of a Frozen Conflict: The Internal Security Dilemma and the 2004 Prelude to the Russo-Georgian War. Europe-Asia Studies , vol: 62, 63-97

Welt C., (2010) Georgia’s rose revolution: From regime weakness to regime collapse. Democracy and Authoritarianism in the Postcommunist World, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge,

Welt C., (2009) Still staging democracy: Contestation and conciliation in postwar Georgia. Demokratizatsiya: The Journal of Post-Soviet Democratization, vol: 17, 196-227

Welt C., (2005) Balancing the Balancer: Russia, the West, and Conflict Resolution in Georgia. Global Dialogue, vol: 7, 196-226

Welt C., (2006) Regime vulnerability and popular mobilization in Georgia’s rose revolution (early version of "Georgia's rose revolution").

Welt C., (2004) Explaining ethnic conflict in the South Caucasus: Mountainous Karabagh, Abkhazia, and South Ossetia.

Welt C., (2014) A Fateful Moment: Ethnic Autonomy and Revolutionary Violence in the Democratic Republic of Georgia (1918-1921) Authors. The Making of Modern Georgia, 1918-2012: The First Georgian Republic and its Successors, Routledge, 205-231

Welt C., (2005) Georgia: causes of the rose revolution and lessons for democracy assistance. USAID Workshop on Democratic Breakthroughs in Serbia, Georgia, and Ukraine, March, vol: 18,

Welt C., (2005) Shaking Up the System: Georgia and the War on Terror. America and the World in the Age of Terror: A New Landscape in International Relations, 28-52

Welt C., (2008) Georgia could become a NATO member, only if it accepted Russia's takeover of Abkhazia and South Ossetia.