The Georgian-Russian Conflict: A Test for the European Union

A Washington Post report notes George W. Bush’s failure to outline the consequences for Russia if it doesn’t stop its campaign, highlighting the few options the United States has to deal with the conflict.

Analysts say the Georgian-Russian conflict is a major test, not only for the United States, but for the European Union and its capacity to engage in conflict resolution in the Caucasus region.

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