The Belarusian president tightens his grip as the economy falters in the eyes of everyone but the government by Alex Znatkevich The Belarusian public in 2000 endured another year of economic malaise, authoritarian leadership, and human rights violations as a weak opposition sought to consolidate power without much success. Despite the government’s insistence that the […]

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