US Black Sea Strategy: The Georgian Connection

Related Categories: Arms Control and Proliferation; Europe Military; Missile Defense; Warfare; Europe; Russia

A US strategy for the Black Sea is long overdue. Russia’s aggression against Ukraine and the involvement of the US, Europe, Iran, and North Korea, have created new geopolitical realities around the area.  

While a broad range of political, maritime, economic, and energy security issues have increased the need for clarity in the US approach, one particular recent development is urgent and needs answers.

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