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Mikhail Aleksandrov, the Director of the Caucasus Division at the Institute of CIS Countries in Moscow

Many experts say relations between Georgia and Russia have become increasingly tense, following the collapse of the Soviet Union. Recently, four senior Russian officers were arrested in Tbilisi and charged with spying. In response, Russia withdrew its Georgian Ambassador along with Embassy personnel from the Georgian capital. How can this latest diplomatic storm be calmed? Mikhail Aleksandrov, the Director of the Caucasus Division at the Institute of CIS Countries in Moscow, is on Spotlight to tell us more.

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