Georgia conflict fuelled by rush to control energy

August 20, 2008 | 00:00

Georgia conflict fuelled by rush to control energy

What really underlies the conflict in Georgia is the fact that the US has targeted Georgia as an energy corridor for exporting Caspian Sea oil and gas to the West. The US built up the Georgia military for this purpose, says Michael Klare in an interview with Democracy Now.

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