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Belarus: where bad news gets worse

Belarus is stuck somewhere in the 1960s; the thought of a serious terror attack has about as much relevance as a Martian invasion.

Why the protest bug hasn't spread to the former Soviet Union

KIEV — Democracy movements across the former Soviet Union haven’t been allowed to emerge, much less gather momentum.

Economic woes mount for Belarus

KIEV — The government is doing everything it can to stanch a massive hemorrhaging of hard currency from the country.

Belarus brings political detainees to trial despite Western pressure

What to do with a problem like Alexander Lukashenko, the president of Belarus?
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