Belarus has not been recognized as a significant force in international affairs. Its foreign policy has been so non-confrontational and russocentric that the country is generally viewed as a mere appendage to Russia by USTINA MARKUS WHEN BELARUS BEcame independent, it faced several obstacles to developing a coherent foreign policy. A major problem was its […]

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