Researches about Ukraine

Change may be afoot in Belarus


“Russia has no intention of occupying Belarus” declared the Belarusian president, Alexander Lukashenko, in February 2017, three days after Russia set up controls along the length of its border with the only country with which it has a union treaty. This statement was added to the voices of alarm of national (and some international) experts who suspect that Moscow has plans to bring down Lukashenko, making use of fervently pro-Russia social organisations, such as veterans’ and Cossacks’ associations, sections of the Orthodox Church, military clubs, youth camps, and so on. All this feeds the concerns hovering over the capital of …read more

Source: CIDOB

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