Though the opposition to the current regime in Belarus faces a long struggle with many challenges ahead, its supporters show no signs of quitting
The measures effectively remove the chance to vote for anti-regime candidates
At CEPA Forum 2021, participants weighed the transatlantic alliance’s fitness as it confronts a multitude of challenges
Belarusian resistance to Russia’s demands for union is diminishing as a heavily sanctioned Lukashenka pleads for help
The glimmer of hope is that Russia might be more willing to avoid miscalculation and tactical errors with NATO and its allies
However much Poland’s government wants to keep developing world migrants at bay, events are confounding its policy
After 12 months of brutality — the jails were so full of citizens that the regime had nowhere to put its prisoners.
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.
Transcription rules are not neutral. They reflect power relationships.
Understandably, the opposition hopes that international pressure will help to bring down the regime. But the reality is that Belarus must free itself.