Tuesday, 12 August 2008

12th August : Georgia Deepening Catastrophe

Why August is the cruellest month. Nigel Jones, The Times *** RECOMMENDED
Georgian army flees in disarray. The Times (en)
Bush increases pressure on Russia to 'reverse'. Damien McElroy and Adrian Blomfield, The Telegraph (en)
Georgia: John McCain plan to isolate and punish. Toby Harnden, The Telegraph (en)
Analysis: Putin sends emphatic message of global importance. David Blair, The Telegraph (en)
Silence that condemns Britain. The Telegraph (en)
Russia tightens the noose. Shaun Walker and Kim Sengupta and Anne Penketh, The Independent (en)
Beleaguered president: Gambler who risked his country and links with West. Shaun Walker, The Independent (en)
Battle for Oil: EU’s hope to bypass Russian energy may be a pipe dream. Claire Soares, The Independent (en)
Russian leadership: Putin in his element as successor is left in back seat. Anne Penketh, The Independent (en)
Kim Sengupta: 'I don’t know when they will stop the attacks' . The Independent (en)
Georgia accuses Russia of waging 'cyber-war'. Jonathan Richards, The Times (en)
The Russia-Georgia grudge match. Simon Sebag Montefiore, The Times (en)
Editorial Comment: Russia is forfeiting standing in world. The FT (en)
The new age of authoritarianism. Chrystia Freeland, The FT (en)
Baltic states turn on Russia. Robert Anderson, The FT (en)
Rebuke of a President, in the Boom of Artillery. Andrew E Kramer, The NYT (en)

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