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Personal logo Editor in Chief Bill The Editor of TMP Fezian21 May 2020 8:42 p.m. PST

…To avoid a two-front conflict, the United States must have allies prepared to stand on their own against Russia. Admiral James Stavridis, former commander of NATO, explains: "The greatest single advantage the U.S. has on the global stage is our network of allies, partners and friends." Allies can act as a multiplier of U.S. military strength by providing access to difficult places, facilitating logistics, and sharing valuable intelligence…

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RudyNelson21 May 2020 9:08 p.m. PST

A waste of money the US cannot support Georgia in case of a conflict.

Striker22 May 2020 4:27 a.m. PST

If the US isn't going to enter a shooting war on behalf of Georgia it shouldn't be putting bases and money in it. Having 20% of a country occupied by a foreign power with no view of handing that territory back means Russia is in it to win it. The US can talk and foster agreements all it wants but if Russia moves to take the rest of Georgia (even if with proxies) and the US isn't going to do anything about it, it just shows US weakness even more. Russia will never allow Georgia or Ukraine to enter NATO so means other than a military "non-treaty" should be used. Having Georgia agree to exercises just allows the USN to play around in the Black Sea.

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