MA in International Relations, Geopolitics and Connectivity Track, University of Groningen, the Netherlands
LLB in International and European Law, University of Groningen, the Netherlands
Goran Georgiev works as an analyst for the Security Program of the Center for the Study of Democracy (CSD). He is involved in projects in the fields of organized and white-collar crime, radicalization and terrorism, countering corruption, and foreign influence and disinformation.
Prior to joining CSD, Mr. Georgiev worked in the communications sector as a legal consultant on questions related to European Union law. His LLB thesis was centered on The Problem of Self-Determination in Crimea as a Reflection of the Disregarded Relationship between Geopolitics and International Law in Legal Discourse, while his MA thesis analyzed Russia’s practical, formal and popular geopolitics in the context of The Magical Realism of Contemporary Geopolitics.
Bulgarian Organised Crime Threat Assessment 2020