Analytical Articles

Analytical Article no. 9. The long road to the national state of Belarus: How to avoid a submersion in the swamp of the “Russian world”

Analytical Article no. 8. The Battle Against Forced Statelessness of Belarusians

Analytical Article no. 7. “Mind must be painted uniformly”: Teaching History in Belarusian Schools

Analytical Article no. 6. The second “pillar” of the foreign policy of Belarus: Relations with China

Analytical Article no. 5. Exiled, but loyal to people: The Belarusian media struggle

Analytical Article no. 4. The Wagner rebellion that wasn’t. A view from Riga on Lukashenka’s PR victory

Analytical Article no. 3. Belarus against the post-Soviet empire and dictatorship: Was there a better scenario for us after 2020.

Will the World Save Us?

Belarus. Language, identity, the state, and a farewell to illusions. Interview of Pavel Tereshkovich

Bimonthly Reviews

Bimonthly Review no. 12

Bimonthly Review no. 11

Bimonthly Review no. 10

Bimonthly Review no. 9

Bimonthly Review no. 8

Bimonthly review no. 7.

Bimonthly Review no. 6.

Bimonthly Review no. 5.

Bimonthly Review no.4.

Bimonthly Review no.3.

Bimonthly Review no. 2. October-December 2022

Bimonthly Reviews

Policy papers

Policy Paper no. 1. The future of Belarus without Lukashenka and Its Implications for the Stability of the Baltic and Nordic regions