Proceedings of The 2nd International Conference on Research in Humanities
Influence of European-Georgian Military Relationship On the Development of New Georgian Military Terminology
Historically, Georgia has always strived to the closer relationship with Europe and there are many examples of it. Since 2003, Georgia officially admitted that he was willing to join North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) and the country navigated its policy in that direction. Georgia and Europe got closer to each other not only on military aspects, but also on political, cultural and social grounds. Military education and training in Georgia are accomplished according to NATO standarts and many Georgian soldiers participate in NATO international missions. Therefore, it turned out necessary to create appropriate literature and doctrines. The process of transition from Russian to English literature created many problems, especially in new Georgian Military Terminology. It resulted in borrowing lots of new terms from English, their adaptation and establishment. This process is so fast, that there is no time for science-research activities and deep research of each term. Accordingly, many terms are vernacularized incorrectly. To solve this problem it is necessary to make a deep research of terminology and to coordinate with State Language Department.
Keywords: New Georgian Terminology, adapt, influence, Doctrine Development Centre, leader, State Language Department, the law about state language, normalization of literary language.