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After the war

The war in Georgia now seems to have come to an end, but many questions remain. There is a point of view that, by bringing troops to South Ossetia, Mikhail Saakashvili intended to unite the Georgian nation. Did he manage to do it? And what did Georgia receive as a result of this “little triumphant war”? See our new XL Report on RT.

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