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With Georgia on the U.S. mainstream media's map after its recent war with Russia, a new interest in Georgian history and politics seems to have come to life, especially concerning the cult of personality that Stalin still leads in his native land.

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Russian officials beg to differ with Western critics who claim that Russia's ongoing presence in the Georgian port town of Poti violates the terms of the cease-fire agreement between the neighboring nations, insisting that the remaining Russian forces are of the peacekeeping, not the combative, variety.

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Is it possible that this time the October surprise was tried in August, and that the garbage issue of brave little Georgia struggling for its survival from the grasp of the Russian bear was stoked to influence the U.S. presidential election?

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Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin made his position vis-à-vis his country's ongoing conflict with Georgia eminently clear on Monday, lamenting how, as he put it, the "aggressor" has been painted as the "victim" in the Western press (hint: said "aggressor" ain't Russia).

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