18 April 2003 A new bilateral security pact between the United States and Georgia has provoked an outcry in Moscow. Some Russian officials say the accord, which gives U.S. military personnel broad privileges in Georgia, threatens the strategic balance in the Caucasus. Already, the agreement has injected a new element of hostility into Georgian-Russian relations. […]

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