5127>by Ustina Markus Belarus saw stepped-up opposition activity in 1999, but this did little to dent President Alyaksandr Lukashenka’s control over the country. As a result, Belarus’s international image continued to deteriorate. The confrontation between Lukashenka and a number of foreign states in 1998 over the eviction of their ambassadors in order for Lukashenka to […]

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