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Saakashvili forced out of Ukraine, but for how long?

By deporting him to Poland, President Petro Poroshenko may have managed to get rid of his arch-enemy Mikheil Saakashvili for now. But the speed and brutality of the former Georgian president and current opposition leader's arrest and exile may damage the Ukranian government's reformist image in the West. Putting an end to the latest chapter of a high-profile, months-long saga, Saakashvili was arrested Monday by masked men at a restaurant in Kiev and put on a plane to Poland so quickly that his supporters did not have time to do anything about it.
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