Russian invasion not quite as it seems

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The fallout from Russia’s aggressive response to Georgian attempts to take back its province of South Ossetia has deep implications for not only the geopolitics of the region but also uni eggheads’ fancy theories about post-Cold War politics. The biggest casualty of the last week, apart from the territorial ambitions of Georgia, has been the usefulness of NATO and, of course, anything approaching accurate reporting of the complexity of the ethnic and political antecedents to this conflict. Georgia, by invading its rouge province last week, was seeking to… click HERE to read on… go on, so it’s not about Scientology or Paris Hilton but give it a chance anyway…

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