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Belarus-Analysen 12

Sehr geehrte Damen und Herren,

anbei die neuesten Belarus-Analysen (BelarusAnalysen12.pdf).» weiter lesen...

15. Juni 2013 in Politik und Gesellschaft, Kultur

Belarus-Analysen 09

Themen und Inhalt:

Rolle der Medien
Aktuelle Politikumfragen» weiter lesen...

28. November 2012 in Politik und Gesellschaft

Newsletter: dbg-Belarus Bulletin Nr. 2

Anbei die zweite Ausgabe des Newsletters der deutsch-belarussischen Gesellschaft.

1. Oktober 2012 in Politik und Gesellschaft, Kultur

Belarus-Analysen 8

Themen und Inhalt:» weiter lesen...

30. September 2012 in Politik und Gesellschaft

Libereco Newsletter Ausgabe 01/2012

Aktionen, Informationen, Pressespiegel:» weiter lesen...

31. Januar 2012 in Politik und Gesellschaft

Belarus Headlines 3

The third issue of Belarus Headlines provides you with a summary of notable events and the latest economic and political news from Belarus. The most important political development is the release of a number of political prisoners which most analysts believe is a result of Western pressure on officials in Minsk. The authorities' attempt to abandon multiple currency exchange rates is the most notable economic development.
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5. Oktober 2011 in Politik und Gesellschaft

Bell 8 (29)

The Eastern Europe Studies Centre (EESC) is delighted to present yet another issue of the newsletter The Bell.

In this issue you will find an article about the “silent protests” and the “stop-petrol” actions held in Belarus throughout the summer. Their scale and impact are being analysed by Andrej Dynko, Editor of the newspaper Nasha Niva.» weiter lesen...

5. Oktober 2011 in Politik und Gesellschaft

Belarus-Analysen 3

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Proteste und soziale Medien» weiter lesen...

5. Oktober 2011 in Politik und Gesellschaft

Electronic newsletter "The Bell"

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The Eastern Europe Studies Centre (EESC) is delighted to present you yet another issue of the electronic newsletter The Bell in English. In the first article lawyer and political scientist Yuri Chavusau sheds some light on Lukashenka’s crisis strategy. The author explains the logic of “preventive” trials and harsh measures against the opposition ahead of the impending economic collapse. In the second article political analyst Elena Daneika presents some facts and comments of the crisis as seen directly from the field.» weiter lesen...

12. Juli 2011 in Politik und Gesellschaft

Belarus-Analysen

Die erste Ausgabe der Belarus-Analysen:» weiter lesen...

29. Mai 2011 in Politik und Gesellschaft

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