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Andrei Illarionov: Belarus is the №1 candidate for a Russian invasion

(Translated from Ukrainian by my Chrome browser)

If Alexander Lukashenko will go to the woods for mushrooms and interrupted communication with him for 24 hours, there is a serious risk for the sovereignty of Belarus, Andrei Illarionov said. 3.226 altre parole


Baltic states may block electricity from Belarus’s unfinished Astravets nuclear plant

Belarusian Nuke Plant Could Face Baltic Blockade http://www.tol.org/client/article/26725-nuclear-belarus-astravets-latvia-lithuania.html Lithuania seeks allies for plan to stop electricity generated by plant from entering European power market.  24 February 2017… 139 altre parole

Opposition To Nuclear

Why Belarus Can't Afford to Be the New Ukraine

Nikolay Pakhomov

February 22, 2017

On February 3 Belarusian president Aleksandr Lukashenko launched the fiercest of his rhetorical attacks against Russia—a country that has been financially underpinning Lukashenko’s regime. 1.037 altre parole


3 Reasons to Manage a Nation | Football Manager

Having looked briefly across the internet I couldn’t find many articles supporting national management in Football Manager. Most articles or threads describe it as tedious, boring, monotonous etc. 718 altre parole

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Ukrainian Athletics Federation President defends anti-doping measures

Ukrainian Athletics Federation (FLAU) President Ihor Hotsul has strongly defended action taken by the organisation to improve its anti-doping procedures.

The International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) appeared to single-out Ukraine for concern following their Council meeting in Monte Carlo this month. 708 altre parole


Moscow Will Oust Lukashenka if He Crosses Russia’s ‘Red Line’ But Probably by Non-Military Means, Minsk Expert Says

Great analysis by Paul Goble of the situation between Russia and Belarus.

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Monday, February 20, 2017

Paul Goble

Staunton, February 20 – Moscow isn’t happy with Alyaksandr Lukashenka’s acts of independence, but as long as he does not cross its “red line” by breaking with the union state and other Russian-dominated institutions, it will not seek to oust him and even then will avoid an invasion but instead use its other levers in Belarus, according to Andrey Kazakevich. 608 altre parole