“Belarus without Lukashenko: How it became a realistic scenario”, Arkady Moshes and Ryhor Nizhnikau (FIIA, Finland)

Alexander Lukashenko’s “victory” in the election cannot bridge the gap between the president and the modern part of Belarusian society. Turbulent times may lie ahead for Belarus. This will require the West to revise its current approach and invest more in supporting forces that want reforms and the country’s Europeanization.

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