Links and Facts on Georgia/Russia and the War.

September 5, 2008

I actually wanted to write a column about the conflict. But I don’t have the time. So I’ll list some interesting links instead.

Update 4: I created a category about the conflict (I already used tags) to make it easier to follow the articles about it.

I’m missing some links. So I’ll update this article as soon as I find them. I had one interesting article about the failing of the Russian air force because the Georgian air defence network isn’t organised and was blinded early in the conflict and it uses Russian made weapons. But the Georgians still did well in air defences.

Update 1:
*1) Wired’s Danger Room has a statement from Reuters about those accusations.

5 Responses to “Links and Facts on Georgia/Russia and the War.”


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