Ukraine and Belarus have adopted divergent policies toward their shared neighbor. Belarus actively seeks a union, while Ukraine prefers its independence. by USTINA MARKUS WHEN THE SOVIET UNION FELL APART in 1991, some observers questioned how long Ukraine and Belarus would remain independent before returning to Moscow’s fold. Both are home to a substantial number […]

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