NATO allies were united today in their condemnation of Russia's military actions in Georgia. But as The World's Gerry Hadden tells us, divisions within NATO may prevent the alliance from following its words with any concrete action.
NATO is under pressure to respond to Russia's recent actions in Georgia, but commitments in Afghanistan and turmoil in the financial world mean there isn't much new money for defense. The World's Laura Lynch reports.
Russia and Georgia have accused each other of "ethnic cleansing" in the conflict over South Ossetia. Lisa Mullins speaks with Human Rights Watch researcher Anna Neistat, to find out if there is evidence to support these claims.
Soviet leader Joseph Stalin was one of the most murderous dictators of the 20th century. And yet, 60 years after his death, he remains popular in some former Soviet republics - especially in his own nation of Georgia.
Coverage of the recent conflict between Russia and Georgia has, for the most part, placed Russia as the aggressor and Georgia as the victim. But as The World's Matthew Bell reports recent accounts from the region may reveal a different story.