5101>by Ustina Markus Just as every year since the election of Alyaksandr Lukashenka as President of Belarus in 1994, in 1998 the country experienced more international isolation, a strengthening dictatorship, and zero progress in market economic reform. With such a record of authoritarianism and economic stagnation, it is an open question whether the downward spiral […]

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