18 January 1998 The most notable aspect of the year for Belarus was its continuing international isolation. While the volume of criticism from the West had steadily increased since President Alyaksandr Lukashenka’s election in June 1994, in 1997 even the country’s main ally, Russia, aired its displeasure with the Belarusian president over his policies towards […]

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