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- @Sallyroberts @IsabelOakeshott True, shame it has nothing to do with EU. 5 months ago
- #lbcdebate EU needs common defence policy so if anyone invades a European country, they get a good kicking; Putin would be too scared to. 5 months ago
- #lbcdebate Farage says situation in Ukraine is EU's fault. This is only true to the extent that EU isn't integrated enough. 5 months ago
- @GuidoFawkes You think Farage is better? 5 months ago
- #lbcdebate Good question about trust and how neither Farage nor Clegg deserve any. 5 months ago
Category Archives: Georgia
Winds of Change is reporting that Sweden and Finland are starting to consider joining NATO, in response to Russian aggression against Georgia: Russia’s actions have even prompted renewed debate in Sweden and Finland about joining NATO. Speaking of Finland, Max … Continue reading
Following the South Ossetian War, Edward Lucas re-asks Lenin’s famous question: What is to be done? He lists some options (indented; with my comments below each one): 1) A “Georgia Solidarity Campaign” to lobby hard for a full troop withdrawal, … Continue reading
A post on Undiplomatic suggests that the USA shouldn’t act too harshly against Russia, because then Russia will refuse to help the USA in their efforts to isolate Iran: [The big winner on Russia-Georgia is] Iran. 1. The neocons are … Continue reading
Russia wants there to be referenda in Abkhazia and South Ossetia as to whether they remain in Georgia. Fair enough, as long as there are also referenda in North Ossetia and Chechnya as to whether they remain in Russia.
Austin Bay Blog suggests that, in the instance of future Georgia-type operations by Russia, the USA should form a peacekeeping organisation (PKO): Insert a Peacekeeping Brigade (PKB). Call it a Peacekeeping Organization (PKO) if you want to give it an … Continue reading
British foreign secretary David Miliband says that Russia is trying to carve out a sphere of influence in the former Soviet republics: UK Foreign Secretary David Miliband has warned Russia against hankering after a Soviet past in its border disputes. … Continue reading
Stratfor has a good summary of the Souith Ossetia War, and an analysis of why Russia behaved as it did. (Via Three Kings)