Sources for Illustrations in NAME Podcast

AFP/Getty Images, Nina Shlamova. A Georgian Orthodox priest serves at a mass grave of 51 unidentified Georgian soldiers, September 17, 2008

AFP/Getty Images, Vadim Denisov. A woman and her daughter lay flowers at one of the common graves in Transdniestr, June 19, 2008

AFP/Getty Images, Viktor Drachev. A man pulls a cow in front of an Abkhaz tank in the remote Kodori Gorge of Georgia's breakaway Abkhazia region outside the town of Chkhalta on August 14, 2008

British Broadcasting Corporation: BBC. TITLE

CIA - The World Factbook.

CNN/YouTube. Russia & Georgia at War! Aug. 8, 2008.

Flags of the World. The Transdniestr flag includes a communist hammer & sickle on one side

Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe. The OSCE Mission to Georgia's unarmed Military Monitors in the Georgian-Abkhaz area

ProQuest CultureGrams. Map of Abkhazia

ProQuest CultureGrams. Map of Georgia

ProQuest CultureGrams. Map of Russia

ProQuest CultureGrams. Map of South Ossetia

Matthew White, Historical Atlas of the Twentieth Century. Collapse of the Soviet Union

Matthew White, Historical Atlas of the Twentieth Century. Union of Soviet Socialist Republics, 1950

Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty. Ethnic Russians Flee Georgia

Seventeen Moments in Soviet History. Russian Bolsheviks, 1917

Wikipedia, the Free Encyclopedia. Mikheil Saakashvili

Wikipedia, the Free Encyclopedia. Moldova and Transdniestr

Wikipedia, the Free Encyclopedia. Nato Expansion

Wikipedia, the Free Encyclopedia. Zviad Gamsakhurdia, First President of the Republic of Georgia in the post-Soviet era, Adrian Blanaru. Moldovan woman begging, cille85. Josef Stalin