Lukashenka’s economic system is neo-Soviet spiced with a little “goulash communism,” independent but also dependent on Russia. TORONTO, Canada–In the 1990s, Belarus’s President Aleksandr Lukashenka liked to claim that his country was the “economic tiger” of the CIS. It was an assertion as inaccurate as the inflated growth figures produced by his statisticians. Look beyond […]

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