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South Ossetian Conflict Discuss the conflict between Georgia and Russia over South Ossetia.

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There are a lot of journalists and political scientists out there, as well as some retired military with no combat experience, that are publishing various military analysis about the armies and conflicts in post-Soviet space, including Caucasus, and offer their scenarios of future combat and warfare. Unfortunately, there is very little, if anything, done on professional and comprehensive level. Yes, there is Ralph Peters analysis on South Ossetia, and a few others, but it's not nearly enough. There is plenty on Afghanistan, Iraq, Vietnam, Korea, WWII obviously, even Columbia, but little on Caucasus, and nothing in terms of scenarios and projections. I'm interested in commissioning such an analysis by a professional. Please email me if you are interested and capable of carrying out such an analysis and write such a report, and have such experience (publications or on web forums), please let me know.
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