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Tensions in the Caucasus region rose Tuesday after Georgia announced it had ended a military uprising at a base outside Tbilisi. Georgian officials immediately fingered Russia. But if Russia was behind the uprising, what was its aim? To further spur opposition to Georgian president Mikheil Saakashvili, or put a wrench in NATO exercises planned to take place in Georgia this week? We'll be keeping an eye on it.
Tensions rise after Georgia uprising, by Miriam Elder
Russia and the West have a very bad day, by Miriam Elder
Still protesting in Georgia, by David L. Stern
NATO and Russia perform an intricate dance, by Teri Schultz
Can humor, and a masseuse, bring down a president?, by David L. Stern