U.S. Arms Sale to Georgia a Long-Overdue Show of Support for Eurasian Ally
The U.S.- Georgian relationship was taken to a new level on Nov. 20, when President Donald Trump approved something that never occurred during President Barack Obama’s eight years in office. That would be an estimated $75 million deal to sell Javelin anti-tank missiles to the Eastern European republic of Georgia. After 25 years of diplomatic relations…
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