by Jaba Devdariani TBILISI, 3 December (EurasiaNet)–Georgian President Eduard Shevardnadze attempted to stake out an aggressive diplomatic stance after planes coming from Russian airspace bombed Georgia’s Pankisi Gorge on November 27. But after backpedaling in the face of Russian denials of responsibility for the bombing, he appears to be in a weaker position than ever. […]

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