Opening towards the West
After Minsk introduced a minor visa liberalization for foreigners within the framework of its gradual opening towards the West in the past months, political tension between Russia and Belarus have been mounting. What is this caused by and which scenarios exist for the West therein?
A breakthrough for Human Rights?
In October the Republic of Belarus adopted its first national human rights plan. Even though the plan doesn’t address various important concerns for human rights in the country, it increases the attention towards human rights issues within the government of Belarus.
Reporting on Belarus
In its Twitter account KAS Belarus presents up-to-date information on political developments in Belarus.
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What the West ought to do now
After Minsk introduced a minor visa liberalization for foreigners within the framework of its gradual opening towards the West in the past months, political tension between Russia and Belarus have been mounting. What is this [...]
The sixth issue of the journal has been published
In December 2016 the 6th issue of 'OIKONOMOS: Journal' came out. The Journal of Social Market Economy is supported by Konrad Adenauer Stiftung Belarus.
1st edition, 2016
This is a joint publication of the Department of Social and Political Sciences of the European Humanities University and Belarus Country Office of the Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung. This publication has been made possible thanks to [...]