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Tadeusz Giczan


Tadeusz Giczan is a nonresident fellow at the Center for European Policy Analysis (CEPA).

Giczan is a London-based journalist with NEXTA, Belarus’s largest telegram channel, and a PhD candidate at the University College London, School of Slavonic and East European Studies. He does research on political and economic elites, patronal politics, and clientelism in modern Belarus, including the role and activities of individuals and structures in the shadow of president Lukashenka who underpin and benefit from his regime.

Originally from Minsk, Belarus, he graduated from the Nicolaus Copernicus University with a BA in military studies. He also earned a master's degree in international relations from the University of Warsaw.

Lukashenka Builds a Constitutional Bomb Efforts to reconstruct the Belarusian constitution are a high-risk enterprise.
Lukashenka’s Dark Games Menace the EU’s Border This week’s events on the Belarusian frontier were unplanned, but they are a sign of worse to come
Lukashenka’s Secrets: Not So Secret Anymore The most successful cyber-attack in the history of Belarus, involving entry to the regime’s most secret and sensitive data vaults, has been revealed.
Lukashenka’s Masterclass in Self-Harm First a hijack, now a kidnap: Expect more nasty surprises from a regime losing its self-control.
The Donbasization of Belarus. A Test For Europe Without EU action, Belarus will become a failed state on Europe’s doorstep
The West Should Raise the Price of Putin’s Belarus Plaything Russian politics may seem mad at times, but when it comes to money it is surprisingly pragmatic