Russia denies troop withdrawal from South Ossetia


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Yeah, Putin told Medvedev that he didn't want to be disturbed till Monday. (when it seems the Russians will be withdrawing)

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I say let Russia conquer Europe and parts of Asia one country at a time. Why should anyone in America really care what happens to socialist leaning pansies anyway?

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VOR A note of sanity and reason. But with one minor omission. Anyone intent on attacking Iran would not like Russia to have direct unimpeded land access to that country. You are not alone in your questioning. Check: Geoffrey Wheatcroft: Why are we pretending we would fight for Georgia?

Messrs Miliband and Cameron want Georgia to join NATO. Such thinking is muddled, dangerous and defies the lessons of history

Sunday, 17 August 2008

Moderator: The URL will suffice.

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Loath though I am to quote ABC News for anything, they have finally got some good input on this: "Russia is not going to launch nuclear missiles at anybody," Defense Secretary Gates said on ABC News' "This Week." "The Poles know that. We know it." Could Gates be the voice of reason in this otherwise autistic administration?

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Offline: Moderator: The URL will suffice.

Thank you, I'll just post the URL from now on.

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