RNN: The geopolitics of Georgia (Part 1)

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F William Engdahl: There are far bigger stakes being played out in Georgia than a territorial dispute.

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Media war against Russia – Reuters caught with ‘fake’ pictures from Georgia

Using Georgia to Target Russia by Stephen Lendman

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Background on Georgia by Bruce Gagnon

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The Reality Behind Western Propaganda Regarding War In Georgia

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14 responses to “RNN: The geopolitics of Georgia (Part 1)

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  9. Buffoon, could you be more specific, please? Also, did you move out of the country when Clinton was president?

    Have you read the Constitution lately? Maybe you should.

    Everything in politics as well as life isn’t always black and white.

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  14. Everything is always Bush’s fault isn’t it…. sheesh

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