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Georgia: No Withdrawal

Not much more can or needs to be said. The Russians are now saying that it may be the end of the month before they will pull out. Meantime, they continue digging in, clearing areas of inhabitants, robbing, raping, and otherwise doing things to punish the citizens of Georgia as well as the State. They control major roads and send patrols out over larger and larger areas. The world waits.

Pursuant to yesterday's post, here is an article worth a read. Not saying I agree with all of it, but there is a lot of data there for those that are serious about understanding the situation we face.

As always, here are links to sources of information. My thanks to all who are posting or sending new links, and as always be a critical consumer:

Baltic Times
The Messenger Blog
The Messenger Newspaper
Scraps of Moscow
All About Latvia
Lex Libertas
foreign notes
Yezhednevny zhurnal
Global Voices
The 8th Circle
A Fistful of Euros
Nosemonkey's EUtopia
Wu Wei
SOS Georgia
Georgia Ministry of Foreign Affairs Blog
The Tel'nik
Russia and Georgia at War
Georgian Daily

Here is a list of Blackfive posts dealing with the Russian invasion of Georgia:

This Can't Be Good!
US Troops in Georgia not in Harm''s Way...Yet
No, It'sNot Good At All
While the EU and NATO Fiddle...
The Devil Went To Georgia
For Georgia
Georgia On My Mind
The Lights Stay On In Georgia?
Georgian Soldiers In Iraq
Lights Flicker in Georgia
Who'll Stop the Rain
Aid for the Republic of Georgia
The Things Not Reported...
Stud Reporter
Perspective: A Different View of Current Events in Georgia
Georgia Soldiers Leave Iraq to Defend Home
Georgia: The Russian Guessing Game
Georgia: Update and Considerations
Georgia Blogging - Keep an Eye on Michael J. Totten
Georgia: The March Through Part of a Larger Tour?

Here are some other milblogs that are covering this:

Milblogs (some excellent Kosovo analysis)

More if/as I get the chance...