NATO suspends contact with Russia over Georgia

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Democracy Now!

Aug 21, 2008

Tensions High as NATO Suspends Formal Contacts with Russia Over Georgia Conflict

Tensions are high between the United States and Russia over the ongoing conflict in Georgia. On Wednesday, soon after NATO foreign ministers decided to cut formal ties with Russia until it withdrew all its troops from Georgia, President Bush vowed to continue to support Georgia. We speak with William Hartung, director of the Arms and Security Initiative at the New America Foundation.

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