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Leashed Potential

Belarus’ IT industry is growing at an amazing rate, but it’s still thwarted by an outdated business model.

by Christina Karchevskaya

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Dec, 15 · in Videos

Photoblog – Day Fourteen

Today the Belarusian Union of Youth gathered in cities and towns of the Republic project “Election 2010 – our choice is verified by time” as early voting opened.

by Tanya Fedorenko

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Dec, 15 · in Blogs

Photoblog – Day Thirteen

Today four presidential candidates visited a forum of entrepreneurs organized by the Republican Public Association, Perspective.

by Tanya Fedorenko

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Dec, 14

No Longer Pummeled, but Limping

A veteran journalist assesses the state of media in Belarus today.

by Christina Karchevskaya

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Dec, 13

Blog: In Regions Hopes for Change Are Low

Pastavy, the westernmost town in Vitebsk oblast, is covered in snow and the forecast doesn’t promise anything better for election week.

by Andrei Khrapavitski

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Dec, 13

Photoblog – Day Eight

At the weekend almost all of the presidential candidates spent their time in different Belarusian cities and towns, meeting with their electorate.

by Tanya Fedorenko

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Dec, 13

Truth and Consequences

A powerful political movement has emerged as a meaningful, anti-Lukashenka force, so why aren’t Western capitals and local democracy activists brimming with enthusiasm?

by Alyaksandr Yanusik

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Dec, 10

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