Why Putin should have Georgia on his mind
Parallels between Russia’s actions in Georgia in 2008 and Ukraine now suggest he may win the battle, but lose the war.
In October 2013, Haaretz reported the results of the presidential elections in Georgia, in which Giorgi Margvelashvili beat the candidate of the outgoing president, Mikheil Saakashvili. The headline described a “sweeping victory to the pro-Russian candidate in the Georgian presidential elections.”
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