Russia and Georgia Analytical Essay by Top Papers

Russia and Georgia
An exploration of the Russian invasion of Georgia and its implications for the West.
# 141348 | 1,250 words | 0 sources | APA | 2008 | US


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The paper discusses how the August 8, 2008 Russian invasion of Georgia seemed on the surface like Russia reverting to the old days of the Soviet Union. However, the paper notes that the Soviet Union only sent a substantial number of troops to invade a country outside of its direct satellites once. This paper discusses the issues involved in the Russian invasion of Georgia, and what the West should do.

From the Paper:

"Russian invasion of Georgia seemed on the surface like Russia reverting to the old days of the Soviet Union. However, the Soviet Union only sent substantial number of troops to invade a country outside of its direct satellites once, Afghanistan in 1979 -- to defend a communist state had overthrown another communist state. This invasion damaged detente with the West, and might have started the immediate process leading 12 years later to the end of the Soviet Union."

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