In mid-August, as of the time of writing the article, Belarus was sizzling, with thousands of Belarusians, unhappy with the results of the highly contested presidential election results, taking to the streets, urging resignation of the country’s president Alexander Lukashenko, who has ruled Belarus for the last 26 years. With his chief contender Svetlana Tikhanovskaya having left for Vilnius for her own safety and that of her children, Lukashenko was attempting to stifle the massive public unrests and flirted – again- with Russia in considering tackling the domestic political he...
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