The conflict over Georgia’s breakaway province won’t be resolved anytime soon. But one small change could improve its people’s lives. by TOL This week marks two years since Russia and Georgia went to war over a patch of territory that covers about 3,900 square kilometers and is home to probably 30,000 people. In that time, […]

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