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Is John Edwards a Russian Stooge?

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On August 8, 2008
How better to explain that the war between Georgia and Russia is no longer the number one story on CNN or Memeorandum or ABC or CBS? To their extraordinary credit, the New York Times, NBC, and Fox News (!??!) are still fronting the Confrontation in the Caucasus.

Sleeping Elephants…

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On June 8, 2008
Let me go on record as saying that whatever minimal value there might be in returning Abkhazia to Georgia (and the value may indeed be negative, since the residents of Abkhazia don’t seem to want to return) is vastly exceeded by the costs of picking a fight, diplomatic or otherwise, with Russia. In other words, […]
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Sunday Deposed Monarch Blogging: House Dadiani

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On January 6, 2008
In 1184, the Lord High Steward of Georgia was given, for his troubles and services, a small duchy on the Black Sea. Duke Vardan II Dadiani ruled Mingrelia, an area of about 3500 square kilometers, for 29 years before passing it on to his son. For the next seven hundred years, Vardan’s descendants would, with […]
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