Are we next "peacekeeping" target?
No, that's Transnistria or Belarus.
Yes as a place of disputes, but not as a target of "peackeeping" since Ukraine is of different boxing weight.
Sova wrote:What I can't understand is why Russia granted Russian citizenship to South Ossetians when it has been a part of the Georgian Republic (and Georgian SSR before that) for decades. Hence, of course, Russia sees this as protecting their own citizens, who interestingly enough want to be independent of both Russia and Georgia.
And yes, I agree that the US has no business there.
pedro1974 wrote:i was just wondering why russia didn't recognize "kosovo" defending the natural and legal RIGHTS of serbia (and I agrre with this position) and few months later russia fight for the s.ossetia indipendence, breaking the natural and territorial international rights of georgia?
why russia supports s.ossetia freedom and doesn't allow the cecenia's freedom?
BMoody wrote:The EU couldn't put sanctions on Russia if it wanted to. Everyone's natural gas would dry up.
I'm curious, does anyone know if natural gas prices went up since Georgia happened? That would mean increased profits for Russian companies of course.
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