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Belarus And Georgia: Russian Lessons And Lukashenka's New Strategy

вт, 01/10/2017 - 03:00

Diplomacy between Belarus and Georgia has taken on new life. On 20 December 2016 Belarus finally opened its embassy in Tbilisi. This decision, long and complicated for both sides, has proved their intention to renew bilateral dialogue. This step could also indicate a new Georgia–Belarus strategy towards Russia.

Eastern Partnership: Regional Projects That Save EU-Belarus Relations

ср, 12/21/2016 - 03:00

Relations between Belarus and the European Union are still in crisis. An EU resolution on Belarus, delivered on 24 November, once again demonstrated just how weak bilateral relations are. According to the document, the Belarusian government has yet to resolve several key problems hindering the EU-Belarus partnership from progressing further.

Ukraine, Moldova And Belarus Facing Russian Information War: What Has Been Done, What To Do Next

чт, 12/01/2016 - 03:00

Tatiana Cojocari,  PhD candidate, Sociological Department, University of Bucharest 
Ievgen Afanasiev, MA Student, School for Advanced Studies in the Social Sciences 
Dzmitry Halubnichy, Junior analyst, Center for Strategic and Foreign Policy Studies
 
Abstract

Как прошли переговоры в Москве? - Новый доклад Центра стратегических и внешнеполитических исследований

ср, 11/30/2016 - 14:06

Представляем Вашему вниманию новый доклад Центра стратегических и внешнеполитических исследований:

Как прошли переговоры в Москве? Ситуационный анализ контекста, возможного содержания и последствий переговоров, прошедших между Александром Лукашенко и Владимиром Путиным в Москве 22 ноября 2016 года – Центр стратегических и внешнеполитических исследований. Минск, 2016.

Авторы: Арсений Сивицкий, Юрий Царик.

Will Russia Occupy Belarus In 2017?

вт, 11/29/2016 - 03:00

It seems that the Kremlin is preparing Russian public opinion for a serious crisis in Belarusian-Russian relations. The fruitlessness of Alexander Lukashenko’s visit to Moscow also signals that Belarus is refusing to become a Russian military outpost in the event of a confrontation between NATO and the West.

Lessons From Montenegro: Is A Coup Possible In Belarus?

чт, 11/17/2016 - 03:00

The fact that the Kremlin was able to plan such an operation in Montenegro leaves no doubts as to its capabilities to launch a similar plot in Belarus. Analysing last year's joint Belarusian and Russian military exercises, which were developed by the Russian General Staff, also arouses suspicions

What Does A New Cold War Mean For Belarus?

чт, 11/10/2016 - 03:00

Last week's visit by the Russian Minister of Defence clearly demonstrated the Kremlin’s intentions to undermine the image of Belarus as a country with a predictable and neutral military and foreign policy.

The confrontation between NATO and Russia, as a manifestation of the New Cold War, has direct implications for the independence, sovereignty and national security of Belarus.

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