McCain supporters are obviously going to try and run a good distance with the argument that he was somehow "prescient" on the question of Russian power. I'm not quite sure.
This looks like a surrender to me:Georgia's Foreign Ministry said its soldiers were observing a cease-fire on orders of the president and declared the move in a note handed over.
The plot to distract the world from the glory of the 2008 Olympic Games continues to unfold:Russia has not accepted Georgia's cease fire offer.Georgia claims to have fully withdrawn from.
Bringing you the news the other blogs won't [okay; some of them will]... Here are some questions, and some attempts at answers. What are the latest developments?The fighting continues, including.
Your morning Confrontation in the Caucasus (somebody tell me if CNN picks up that catchy alliteration, so I can sue) update:Georgia claims to have shot down ten Russian aircraft; the.
Further thoughts on the developing crisis...Whose Fault?In an earlier post I suggested that the question of moral righteousness in this war is muddled; both Georgia and Russia have plausible justice.
[I would redirect people towards this post (a more recent analysis) and this one (a roundup of the morning's news and analysis]We're likely to here quite a lot from the.
Looks like we have a situation developing between Russia and Georgia. Were I Saakashvili, I probably wouldn't have picked this fight......Doug Merrill has an update on the situation, and provides.