Nothing has welded together the
Georgian society more than the war of August 2008. And nothing has
torn up and, until today, divided the Georgians more than the
question of the causes and the guilt of this war. Open wounds
everywhere. These days, this is revealed in painful clarity.
Between commemorations and visits of surviving relatives of fallen
soldiers and civilians, a new fight is breaking out between leading
politicians over the “true causes” and the “actual guilt”.