The Trump administration has so far provided Georgia with a great deal of military support, although NATO membership still looks to be a long way off.
Joseph Larsen is a policy analyst with the Georgian Institute of Politics in Tbilisi. His research interests are security and regional integration in the wider Black Sea region as well as Georgia’s democratic development. He holds an M.A. in International Relations from Central European University.
When the Soviet Union dissolved on New Year’s Eve, 1991, it was replaced by 15 newly-independent countries with vastly different cultures and levels of development. One...