The Belarusian presidential election is likely to bring major changes to this country no matter what happens. by Alex Znatkevich MINSK, Belarus–The first round of the Belarusian presidential elections on 9 September will inevitably change the balance of forces inside the country and the government’s position vis-a-vis its Big Brother–Russia. It will certainly happen if […]

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