August 18, 2008
The conflict between Georgia and South Ossetia has become a genuine issue in U.S. presidential campaigning. The situation is very welcome to Republican contender John McCain, says Alexander Cockburn, an American political journalist.
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Georgia-South Ossetia conflict good news for McCain?
The conflict between Georgia and South Ossetia has become a genuine issue in U.S. presidential campaigning. The situation is good news for Republican contender John McCain, says Alexander Cockburn, an American political journalist.
August 19, 2008
‘NATO whitewash and rearm criminal regime of Georgia’
Russia’s Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov has commented on the result of Tuesday’s NATO Foreign Ministers meeting in Brussels.
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