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Tuesday, August 12, 2008

Cease-fire? Yes. Cease-agitation? No.

The shooting appears to have stopped, but Russia is still trying to muscle Mikhail Saakashvili out of power.

The free world has to be careful here.  Just because Russia has agreed to a cease-fire doesn't mean Georgia is out of danger.  Moscow has already moved out a democratically elected Georgian leader (Zviad Gamsakhurdia), and unless the free world tries to stop Putin and Medvedev's geopolitical sleight-of-hand, Moscow could do it again.

Posted by D.J. McGuire on August 12, 2008 in International Politics | Permalink

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DJ: I hope you can educate me. I don't see the difference in what Putin does and what the "free world" (Bush) does. Can you tell me the distinction.

Both seem to blast away to get their way.

Posted by: attitude | 2008-08-13 8:35:42 PM



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