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Belarus and Russia deepen trade and economic relations with occupied Abkhazia: A prerequisite for recognition of Abkhazia's “independence”?

Nika Tughushi, Tbilisi State University

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Why a Neutral Ukraine Is Not on Putin’s Mind (Ukraine’s Neutral Status Is Getting Closer, but What Does It Mean to Putin?)

Fabrizio Napoli, MA student in Interdisciplinary Research and Studies on Eastern Europe (MIREES) at the University of Bologna, Italy

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The Belarus Crisis: How to Enhance Our Resilience Against the Russian Strategy for Its Near-Neighborhood

Timo Hellenberg, CEO at Hellenberg International  

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Belarus One Year On: An Insecure Regime Under Russian “Protection”

Soso Dzamukashvili, Contributing Researcher, Central and East European Studies Specialist, M.A. from the University of Glasgow (UK)  

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Belarus’ exit from the Eastern Partnership and what to expect next

Nino Chanadiri, MA, Ilia State University  

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Could Belarus Become a Prelude to the Great Polish-Swedish War 400 Years Ago?

Timo Hellenberg, CEO at Hellenberg International

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Protests in Belarus, Lukashenko and the Russian Federation

Giorgi Bilanishvili, Research Fellow at the Rondeli Foundation  

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