1 April 2003 Recent reports that U.S. officials have inspected air facilities in Georgia for possible use in Iraq military operations are solidifying Tbilisi’s image as Washington’s chief strategic partner in the Caucasus. However, plans to integrate Georgia into the Western security framework face daunting obstacles. Georgia, for example, lacks a national security concept and […]

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