Grazvydas Jasutis is a Research Fellow at the Geneva Academy.
His research focuses on the assessment of international humanitarian law violations conducted during armed conflicts and their linkages with crimes committed afterwards, specifically in the contexts of Georgia and South Ossetia.
Before joining the Geneva Academy, Grazvydas was a conflict management practitioner. He worked for the EU and OSCE field missions in Georgia, Indonesia, Kosovo, Macedonia, and Burkina Faso. He also held senior and advisory roles at the NATO Headquarters and at the Ministry of National Defence of Lithuania. He conducted field researches in North Caucasus, primarily in Chechnya, Dagestan, Ingushetia and North Ossetia-Alania. He specializes in the post-soviet space and analyzes the developments in the conflict and post-conflict zones from various perspectives, including gender, human rights, and terrorism.