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Editorial


The so-called “five-day war” between Russia and Georgia of last August is not necessarily the prologue of a new Cold War. Rather, it may mark the beginning of a phase in which Western democracies gain a more realistic insight into Russian politics and the ways to cohabit with the country of Vladimir Putin and Dmitrij Medvedev.

The so-called “five-day war” between Russia and Georgia of last August is not necessarily the prologue of a new Cold War. Rather, it may mark the beginning of a phase in which Western democracies gain a more realistic insight into Russian politics and the ways to cohabit with the country of Vladimir Putin and Dmitrij Medvedev.

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