Articles on Belarus which have appeared in past issues of CER.
12 March 2001
Belgrade All Over Again?
With presidential elections looming, can Belarus follow Serbia's lead in ridding itself of an unwanted leader?
15 January 2001
Conflicts and Celebrations
Brian J Požun
This year's celebrations of Orthodox Chrsitmas were muted by many open and simmering conflicts.
27 November 2000
Belarusian media discover why they have been unable to get to Lukašenka.
6 November 2000
Belarusian President Aliaksandar Lukašenka travels to Libya in search of potential investors.
30 October 2000
The Belarusian Triangle
Prior to elections, opposition figures have begun to mysteriously vanish into thin air.
23 October 2000
Could Belarus Bloom?
After years of isolation, there are signs that Belarus is finally starting to open up to international business.
3 April 2000
The Black Hole of Europe
Modern Belarus is a hermetically sealed country.
27 March 2000
The Menace of Minsk
Martin D Brown
Further unrest marks the anniversary of the short-lived Belarusian Popular Republic, established in 1918.
1 November 1999
Deported, Scattered or Missing
Though a scant two per cent of the country's citizens today, Poland's Ukrainians, Belarusians, Germans and Jews comprise a vital part of 20th-century Polish history.
20 September 1999
To Be a Belarusian in Bialystok
Belarusians in Poland are experiencing the effects of overt anti-Belarusian policies.
23 August 1999
The Belarusian Prism
Despite debates, the fact remains that Belarusian foreign policy revolves around the East, while paying much less attention to the West.