Rural voters were always the base of Lukashenka’s support. Now agriculture is in crisis, and his popularity is falling. MINSK, Belarus–When President Aleksandyr Lukashenka boasts that one of the major achievements of his nine-year rule is the preservation of kolkhozes, he is not saying that these Soviet collective farms are thriving. They are not–even according […]

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