Belarus: Doomed for now, but an awakening is brewing

  • 2017-05-31
Linas Jegelevicius   Although, daily, we do not give much thought to the unique juxtaposition of Belarus and Lithuania, the  679 km border shared by two neighbors representing two completely different worlds, especially in Europe, and therefore, inducing risks and sometimes opportunities for the citizens. The Baltic Times sat down with Pavel Usov, Doctor of Political Sciences and Director of the Center for Political Analysis and Prognosis, to better understand the “eternal” President Alexander Lukashenko-ruled Belarus, its relation...
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