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It's the Process That Counts

""We are not in favor of process for the sake of process itself. We want results."" So said Georgian Foreign Minister Gela Bezhuashvili on Thursday in addressing the lack of momentum for the peace process Georgia launched last year for resolving its conflict with the breakaway region of South Ossetia. For a peace process in its infancy, the foreign minister's expression of frustration was premature.

The Global War on Error

American and Soviet participation in World War II lasted less than four years. U.S. President George W. Bush's Global War on Terror, or GWOT as acronym-loving security people call it, has already gone on longer but shows no sign of winding down.

Russians Power Past Dutch in Davis Cup

Russia, defending champion Croatia, Argentina, France, Belarus and Chile advanced to the quarterfinals of the Davis Cup on Saturday by winning doubles rubbers to seal unbeatable 3-0 leads.

Dementyev Claims Russia's First Gold

Russia's Yevgeny Dementyev won the men's 30-kilometer pursuit race in the Olympic cross-country skiing on Sunday and Norway's Frode Estil launched an amazing comeback to take silver.

IAEA Arrives in Iran for Inspections

Inspectors from the UN nuclear watchdog agency were in Iran on Sunday to evaluate what controls remained on nuclear sites and equipment after Tehran reduced the agency's monitoring power to a minimum, diplomats said.

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