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Feeling the Sochi Spirit
Georgia and Russia Play Nice

Ever since the Georgian Dream coalition’s upset election victory over Mikhail Saakashvili’s UNM, Georgia-Russia relations have been on the mend. But don’t expect the good feelings to last long after the final Olympic delegation leaves Sochi.

Published on: February 7, 2014
Michael Cecire is a Black Sea-Eurasia regional analyst and an Associate Scholar at the Foreign Policy Research Institute, where he contributes to the Project on Democratic Transitions. Follow him on Twitter at @mhikaric.
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  • moyisp ru

    LOL

    Michael Cecire is russophob

    Americans know nothing about Russia. I advise the author to go for a start to Russia but only then to write articles

  • Кузнецов Виталий

    автор, поезжай в Цхинвали, и расскажи свой бред про “вторжение России в Грузию” местным жителям города, осетинам, – уж они-то вас очень внимательно выслушают, будьте уверены.

    Если вернешься, – расскажешь. Но скорее всего, тебе за твои слова там башку отрежут. По статье видно, она ему особо не нужна
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    author, go to Tskhinvali, and tell your nonsense about “Russia’s invasion of Georgia,” the locals of the city, Ossetians – it’s they who have listened very carefully to be sure.

    If you come back – tell. But most likely you for your words cut off there head off. Article seen, she did not particularly need

    • Saba Arakhamia

      Ask same 300000 persecudet Georginas…

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