3 September 2001It looks very doubtful that Belarusian President Lukashenka will be upstaged in the upcoming presidential election. If Belarus were a log in a fire, it would be gently smoldering. One week before presidential elections on 9 September, the signs are overwhelmingly depressing. The authorities have been clamping down on the opposition and free […]

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