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Window/Eurasia: If The CIS Disintegrates, Russia Might Too, Moscow Expert Says Choose another message board

posted by FerrasB on October, 2008 as Imperialism

Thursday, October 2, 2008
Window on Eurasia: If the CIS Disintegrates, Russia Might Too, Moscow Expert Says
Paul Goble

Eagles Mere, PA, October 2 – In a comment that underscores just much many Russians believe is at stake at next week’s meeting of the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS), a Moscow analyst has suggested that if the CIS ceases to exist as a result of the exit of Georgia and possibly other countries, then the disintegration of the Russian Federation could soon follow.
At a Moscow press conference on Tuesday, Sergey Mikheyev, the deputy head of the Center of Political Technolgies, said that the possibility that the CIS would fall apart was “a logical extention of the process of the disintegration of the USSR” and that the end of the CIS would likely entail challenges to the Russin Federation.
In the wake of the death of the CIS, he continued, many people would ask whether ...
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Christian Science Monitor: After War, Russia's Influence Expands

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Rich Clabaugh–STAFF Click to Enlarge
After war, Russia's influence expands
The war with Georgia has many calling for North and South Ossetia to unite.
By Fred Weir | Correspondent of The Christian Science Monitor

from the October 3, 2008 edition

Vladikavkaz, Russia - Boris Samoyev, a driver from war-torn South Ossetian capital of Tskhinvali, pulls his car over to allow a convoy of Russian military trucks to roll past. The trucks are heading south into the Roki Tunnel, which connects the republics of North and South Ossetia.

"The Russians have helped us so much. They came when the Georgians were beating our door down, and drove them back," Mr. Samoyev says. "We Ossetians have always been loyal to Russia, and they have proven that we made the right choice."

Though Moscow threw relations with the West into crisis by striking with massive force when Georgia attempted to seize breakaway South Ossetia in August, the impact in Russia's ...
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