By: Mark Leon Goldberg on April 22, 2008 Tensions are mounting between Russia and Georgia. Last week, Georgia accused Russia of shooting down an unmanned spy drone over Abkhazia — a Georgian province with a large separatist movement backed by Russia. Georgia even released a video of the incident, which they say proves Russian MIGs violated Georgian airspace. The Security Council will take up the matter today, but don’t expect too much to come out of the closed-door meeting. Russia’s increased activity in Abkhazia and South Ossetia follows predictably from the western decision to back Kosovo’s independence. This is merely the other shoe dropping. I doubt shooting down an unmanned spy drone is all Russia has in store for the region.