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Russian Roulette

The current conversations of the American political class are frighteningly similar to past black-and-white misinterpretations of fundamental foreign-policy decisions.

Potemkin Democracy

Georgia's image in the West is belied by the reality on the ground.

Commentary

Worrying About the Wrong Neighbor

Georgia's real problem is with Turkey, not Russia.

Rebalancing Georgian Foreign Policy

Georgia's new prime minister might seek an opening with Russia, but he will only go so far.

Distorting the Russian-Georgian War

Both sides are looking to sway public opinion by recruiting a most influential ally—Hollywood.

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April 16, 2014