Relations with Russia grow tenuous
The continuing war between Russia and Georgia is causing the United States and other Western nations to reconsider their relationship with Russia. As the conflict continues, Midday explores the war that broke out August 7, 2008 and its geopolitical implications.
- Nick Hayes: Professor of history and University Chair in Critical Thinking at St. John's University in Collegeville, Minn.
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