There is no Belarussian ethnolinguistic identity to be accepted by a majority of Belarus’ citizens. The cultural-political leadership of Belarus is sharply divided into two opposite and antagonistic camps.
The case of Belarussian identity is today probably the best example in East Europe of an effective policy of creation of the national identity founded on the „imagined community“ feelings.
Presenting three political dwarves invited by the Atlantic Council to celebrate the 25th anniversary of the deal struck in Belavezha.
Part I Part II: Destabilization by Design The second thrust of the US’ aggression in Eurasia is the purposeful destabilization of Russia’s interests in the Near Abroad. Specifically, the AAEA’s provisions would lead to an endangered security situation for Belarus, mayhem in Moldova, and an aggravation of the Nagorno-Karabakh situation […]
ORIENTAL REVIEW republishes the full text of outstanding article written by the Russian leader Vladimir Putin last week. There are already many speculations in the international press regarding his intention to establish Eurasian Union on the part of post-Soviet space. It is always reasonable to study the original source before […]