7 May 2001 Is this the beginning of Belarus’ Yugoslav scenario? Ever since Yugoslavia’s revolution last October many people, not in the least Belarusians, have spoken enthusiastically about the chances of toppling Eastern Europe’s last dictator, Belarusian President Alyaksandr Lukashenka. And thus far, to a degree, developments in that country have aped Yugoslavia’s last year. […]

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