Twice today, a senior official within the Russian Foreign Ministry posted links to articles on Facebook, stating that a number of people in the country of Georgia had been killed in a “secret US laboratory”. Defense Ministry accused the United States in experiments on people in Georgia Russian Defense Ministry announced the death of 73… Continue reading Russian Active Measures Or Disinformation?
Anonymous expert compilation, analysis, and reporting. </end editorial> Never a dull day in the “Russian World”. Helsinki blowback continues with Administration announcing sanctions over the Salisbury attack. This is the leading Russia report today, with a tirade of invective from Muscovy, while the Rouble “plunges”, the markets “plummet” and shares “fall”. UK media report that instead… Continue reading Salisbury CW Attack / Syria / Iran / Russia Ad Hoc Update (119)
All my friends and acquaintances from Georgia were angered and distraught over the tenth anniversary of the Russian occupation of South Ossetia. The date 08.08.08 is an especially powerful reminder to them of Russian aggression. Ten years later and Russia continues a creeping advance along the border, literally moving fences deeper into Georgian territory. Ten… Continue reading The Russia-Georgia War: Not Frozen and Not Forgotten
Great initiative by Georgian President Giorgi Margvelashvili. The biggest problem is the response by Russia. Can the West withstand the propaganda onslaught sure to follow. The West will be accused of ganging up on Russia. Of trying to unfairly stop Russia in its simple quest to just establish itself as a world power again. Of trying… Continue reading Georgian president calls for ‘unified strategy’ against Russia
Civil Georgia, Tbilisi / 5 Sep.’17 / 12:59 Voice of America’s Ia Meurmishvili spoke with Donald Jensen, Senior Adjunct Fellow at the Center for European Policy Analysis, about the implementation of 2008 Six-Point Ceasefire Plan. Jensen also spoke about “borderization” in Georgia, Russia’s foreign policy towards its eastern neighbors and the West’s approach to the… Continue reading Donald Jensen: Russia is Creating New Facts and Discrediting Georgia’s Sovereignty
Publication: Eurasia Daily Monitor Volume: 14 Issue: 68 By: Vasili Rukhadze May 18, 2017 10:25 PM The last several weeks were quite tumultuous for Georgia. The country experienced a heightened level of Russian intimidation and ended up on the receiving end of several humiliating statements by high-ranking Russian politicians. The first such incident involved the… Continue reading Russia Increasingly Treats Georgia as Its Prospective Satellite
Civil Georgia, Tbilisi / 4 Apr.’17 / 22:50 David Batashvili The UN Security Council has held a discussion on 28 March 2017, with most members concerned about Russia’s recent moves in Georgia, and specifically the merger of the Tskhinvali regime military units under the Russian command. These events must bring to the fore the actual… Continue reading Russia troop deployments menace Georgia