Russo-Georgian Conflict Is Not All Russia’s Fault

Christian Science Monitor

But war could ignite further disputes in the region.

“Following a series of provocative attacks in its secessionist region of South Ossetia late last week, Georgia launched an all-out attempt to reestablish control in the tiny enclave. Russia then intervened by dropping bombs on Georgia to protect the South Ossetians, halt the growing tide of refugees flooding into southern Russia, and aid its own peacekeepers there.”