Potomac Institute for Policy Studies Senior Fellow Amb. David Smith writes in a recent issue of the Georgian magazine Tabula that President Obama's determination to continue a "reset" strategy with Russia seems to be hindering his ability to take a clear position on Georgia. In contrast, he writes that Secretary of State Hillary Clinton took a much stronger stance in her last visit to Tbilisi, reasserting America's interest in Georgia and the South Caucasus region and warning that Georgia must not be "provoked" into actions that would spur an aggressive Russian response. Amb. Smith writes,"This statement alone is a breakthrough because it acknowledges that, despite 'reset,' Russia remains an easily provoked aggressor." Click below to read the full article.