Amid daily fighting, including an clash Thursday that killed 10, unprecedented public criticism is mounting over an Oct. 3 attack.
European leaders call for a new Bretton Woods-type agreement as they meet in Brussels.
Europeans blame economic mess on US 'anything goes' capitalism as Iceland faces a full meltdown.
France, Ireland, and Denmark are in recession. Others teeter on the edge.
This week's deal to end the Russia-Georgia war may drive wedge between US and EU.
Moscow's strategy to drive a wedge between European countries was on display during Monday's EU crisis meeting.
In an emergency session Monday, European Union leaders threatened to postpone talks on a pact with Russia unless Russian troops pull back from positions in Georgia.
NATO said Tuesday that it 'cannot continue with business as usual' with Russia until Russia removes its troops. Meanwhile, Georgians struggle to stay safe and get food.
He's emphasized personal relationships with leaders such as Putin and Musharraf.
Georgian President Saakashvili called for international mediation over the breakaway region in a conflict some see as East vs. West.