Sound the alarm bells. Something needs to be done about Belarus. The odious regime of Alexander Lukashenko is getting worse by the week: papers are shut down, foreign journalists ostracized, oppositionists crushed. The shameless oppression of the Belarusian autocrat is increasingly becoming a cause for grave concern, particularly when European borders are opening and the continent is uniting. While the Baltic nations fine-tune their red-hot economies and labor away to improve their standard of living, their southern neighbor regresses and insulates itself from the outside world. Two Baltic ...
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