Anaklia’s deep sea port – a new strategic pivot in Eurasia

Anaklia could become instrumental in unfolding the U.S. Asia re-balancing strategy while China’s Belt and Road initiative is on the rise.

Anaklia port project by Anaklia Development Consortium

Anaklia is Europe’s easternmost seaport in Georgia and strategically the most important first deep-sea port on the eastern coast of the Black Sea. It has an ambitious agenda as a game changer in the Eurasia region to be a world-class port bringing a positive economic impact on countries of South Caucasus, Central Asia, and the Middle East.

The paper presents an idea of how the construction of Anaklia port in Georgia could be a game changer in the Eurasia region bringing positive economic impact on countries of South Caucasus, Central Asia, and the Middle East.

Summary

  • The construction of #Anaklia’s port will reshape not only the South #Caucasus security environment but also diversify the landlocked #CentralAsian countries security landscape. Click to Tweet
  • Through Anaklia, the US and the EU could easily reach landlocked Central Asian countries and allowing the EU to intensify the Central Asia strategy.
  • Anaklia could become instrumental in unfolding the U.S. Asia rebalancing strategy while China’s Belt and Road initiative is on the rise. Click to Tweet
  • Georgia’s ports infrastructure development could support the process of re-establishment of the Greater Central Asian States Union under the EU’s flagship based on prospects of continental trade through Anaklia port and the development of common frameworks for economic policies and customs.
  • Through Anaklia bidding on Central Asian Union as a sub-strategy of the U.S. rebalancing strategy along the strong presence of Euro-Atlantic institutions in the region will undermine Russia’s… Click to Tweet
  • Anaklia could shift the gravity of Russia's ‘sphere of influence’ strategy from South Caucasus to Central Asia. Potentially allowing Georgia and Ukraine to become NATO and EU members. Click to Tweet

Anaklia’s Deep Sea Port New Strategic Pivot In Eurasia

Anaklia Deep Sea Port A New Strategic Pivot in Eurasia
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Author

  • Beka Kiria is Director of the Gagra Institute. Prior to founding the Institute, Kiria was an independent political analyst and worked at the Ministry of Defence of Georgia in the capacity of Senior Specialist at Defence Policy and Planning Department. He developed a number of key national defence and security documents and led a legislative review of the defence and security sector acts. Kiria graduated from the University of Leicester, UK with Master’s degree in Public International Law. Previously, he studied International Relations at Cambridge Art and Science College, UK.

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