Link-uri 3 sept 2008

Russia says U.S. support for Georgia a mistake

NATO must show it ready to defend Baltics – US envoy

FEATURE-Georgia crisis raises hopes in Moldovan rebel region

Medvedev regrets EU summit decision on Georgia

FEATURE-Returning to Russian valuations: Politicophobia
Russian shares have lost about a third of their value since hitting record highs in May. Russian and Western bank analysts polled by Reuters have cut forecasts for Russia’s gold and foreign exchange reserves.

As much as $25 billion in foreign capital may have left Russia since the Georgia conflict started, they said: while their growth forecasts were little changed at 7.5 percent, the crisis sharply cut the liquidity of the banking system.

REFILE-After Georgian war, Russia seeks peace in Moldova

U.S. to announce $1 billion aid for Georgia: official

China could gain from Russian moves on Georgia