"Russia started moving troops in support of peacekeepers only on the second day of Georgia's full-scale military assault on the republic."It is frankly unbelievable that the Post is making money off of running Russian agitprop in their paper.
1) . This comes on the same day when the Washington Post put a story on A1 about Russia supporting the independence of South Ossetia and Abkhazia. I know there are lines between editorial and advertising, but most people probably won’t pay attention to the fine print.
2) . I’ve seen the Washington Post run these supplements before for Russia and several other countries. I’m sure they’re paying a pretty penny to advertise. But it must be effective, otherwise we wouldn’t see so many doing it.
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