Dandelion Salad with Abby Martin Abby Martin Sues Georgia Over Israel Loyalty Oath Law [Full Press Conference & Interviews] Empire Files on Feb 10, 2020 On Feb. 10, Abby Martin filed a lawsuit in federal court challenging a Georgia law requiring all independent contractors to sign a pro-Israel pledge, promising to not participate or advocate […]
by Rick Rozoff Featured Writer Dandelion Salad Stop NATO June 7, 2012 In the middle of her three-nation tour of the South Caucasus, on June 5 Secretary of State Hillary Clinton met with fellow short-term New Yorker Mikheil Saakashvili in Georgia. The latter is a preeminent, a greatly favored, a nonpareil American satrap, for whom […]
by Finian Cunningham Featured Writer Dandelion Salad East Africa 15 February 2012 Have American and Israeli efforts to pin international terrorism on Iran just gone global? A series of bomb attacks apparently on Israeli diplomats in India and Georgia are now being linked with blasts in the Thai capital, Bangkok, for which it is reported […]
by Rick Rozoff Featured Writer Dandelion Salad Stop NATO Stop NATO-Opposition to global militarism February 10, 2012 On January 30 President Barack Obama met with his Georgian counterpart Mikheil Saakashvili in the Oval Office at the White House for an unprecedented private meeting between the heads of state, a tête-à-tête initiated by Washington. Details of […]
by Rick Rozoff Featured Writer Dandelion Salad Stop NATO Stop NATO-Opposition to global militarism January 14, 2011 Recent reports in the Russian news media have detailed plans by the U.S. to provide the Mikheil Saakashvili government in Georgia with tens of millions of dollars worth of anti-aircraft and anti-tank weapons. The Russian government’s Itar-Tass news agency […]
by Rick Rozoff Featured Writer Dandelion Salad Stop NATO Stop NATO-Opposition to global militarism March 16, 2010 On the evening of March 13 Georgia’s Imedi television channel ran a 30-minute prime time “simulated” newscast about a Russian invasion of the South Caucasus nation complete with a report that the country’s mercurial (if not megalomaniacal) president […]
by Andy Worthington Featured Writer Dandelion Salad http://www.andyworthington.co.uk 30 October 2009 Last week, Molly Corso, a freelance journalist based in Tbilisi, Georgia, got in touch with me regarding rumors that the Georgian government was considering accepting a number of cleared prisoners from Guantánamo, in connection with an article that was published this week. In September, […]
Dandelion Salad RussiaToday July 30, 2009 The South Ossetian capital Tskhinvali has come under fire. Two shells were reportedly fired from around five kilometers away near the Georgian town of Nikozi during the night.
by Rick Rozoff Featured Writer Dandelion Salad Stop NATO http://groups.yahoo.com/group/stopnato/message/39305 May 8, 2009 On May 6 the Cooperative Longbow 09/Cooperative Lancer 09 US-led NATO Partnership for Peace exercises began in Georgia. More exactly, the first half of the paired exercises, Cooperative Longbow 09, which is a command post operation conducted at Georgian military headquarters in […]
Dandelion Salad RussiaToday Several leaders of the Georgian opposition including the former speaker of the county’s parliament are among more than 60 people who have been injured in clashes with police in the Georgian capital Tbilisi.
Dandelion Salad RussiaToday The Georgian Interior Ministry says it has uncovered a plan to overthrow the government, hatched by former military top brass.
Dandelion Salad TheRealNews April 14, 2009 As thousands demand Saakashvili’s resignation, Paul Jay investigates roots of 2008 Russia-Georgia War.
Dandelion Salad Press TV Sat, 13 Dec 2008 10:44:11 GMT Georgia says hundreds of Russian soldiers have returned to a disputed Georgian village after pulling back from the area a day earlier. The European Union mission monitoring a ceasefire between Moscow and Tbilisi said on Friday Russian forces had withdrawn from the village of Perevi, […]
Dandelion Salad RussiaToday Georgia’s former ambassador to Russia Erosi Kitsmarishvili has accused his own country of starting the war in South Ossetia. His comments almost led to a fistfight between politicians.
Dandelion Salad Jon Swain Times Online Nov 9, 2008 Two former British military officers are expected to give crucial evidence against Georgia when an international inquiry is convened to establish who started the country’s bloody five-day war with Russia in August. Ryan Grist, a former British Army captain, and Stephen Young, a former RAF wing […]