July 1, 2010

Georgia's New Best Friend: Iran

Owen Matthews, Newsweek

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Washington's new friendship with Moscow has one very clear casualty: Georgia.

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TAGGED: Mikheil Saakashvili, Georgia, Iran, Russia

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