After a week of conflict, Russian forces have been patrolling in Georgia proper as part of a ceasefire deal brokered by France.
On the broader geopolitical front, Russia, thanks to Georgia’s ill-conceived military adventure, has been able to place itself in a position of greater influence in an important strategic region through which energy resources flow to the west.
The armed forces of Georgian president Mikheil Saakashvili now lie in tatters, his friends...
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