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Book on August war released in the West2010-02-02 12:59
‘A Little War That Shook the World', the book about August war in South Ossetia, was released in the West.gt-en-newsitem-inside
The author is Robert Asmus, who believes that the invasion of Russia in Georgia in 2008 was hushed up. "Many in the West tried to step back and pretend that the Russo-Georgian war was a local conflict they were not a party to," Asmus wrote, highlighting that Georgia is the NATO candidate country, and the country connected with Washington with close partnership - New York Times.
In the authors's view, Russia violated the main rule, adopted after the cold war and stating that borders in Europe would never be changed by force.