Revaz Topuria is a lecturer at the University of Georgia teaching courses on political ideologies, hybrid warfare, intelligence studies, disinformation studies.
Revaz has bachelor’s degree in International Relations with the specialisation in Far Eastern Studies from Free University of Tbilisi. He has also studied in China at Lanzhou University. Revaz received a Master’s degree in Intelligence, Security and Strategic Studies from the University of Glasgow (UK), Dublin City University (Ireland) and Charles University (Czech Republic).
Revaz has excellent working experience in public sector, international organizations and NGOs. Through his career he has worked at the Ministry of Economy and Sustainable Development of Georgia, United Nations Development Program, Centre for Economic Prosperity and several other NGOs.
In addition to teaching at the University of Georgia, Revaz is also an Academic Director of Franklin Club, an education think-tank based in Tbilisi.
Revaz has published a number of academic articles and has even authored a book on political ideologies.