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Russo-Georgian War Weakens U.S. Foreign Policy

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Russo-Georgian War Weakens U.S. Foreign Policy

It's been almost two weeks since the long-simmering conflict between Russia and Georgia erupted into a shooting war. It's been more than a week since a cease-fire was signed, and there is no sign the Russian army is leaving.

In fact, they might be sending more soldiers into South Ossetia today.

Glen Howard is President of the Jamestown Foundation, a think tank focused on closed totalitarian societies, and he recently returned from a trip through Georgia and Azerbaijan

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