Posts Tagged: Belarus

Nightmare in Minsk

Everyone with a conscience about affairs in Europe should watch this moving, occasionally light-hearted, and very brave documentary about contemporary Belarus. Stuck ‘in a Soviet reservation’ as the narrator puts it, Belarusians have endured a lot over the past eighteen

Nightmare in Minsk

Everyone with a conscience about affairs in Europe should watch this moving, occasionally light-hearted, and very brave documentary about contemporary Belarus. Stuck ‘in a Soviet reservation’ as the narrator puts it, Belarusians have endured a lot over the past eighteen

Reports from the Warsaw Summit

The immediate aftermath of the second Eastern Partnership summit brought several different conclusions. The joint statement itself was a bland and uninspiring read. In true EU style, it read as though it was deliberately drafted so that you couldn’t get

Reports from the Warsaw Summit

The immediate aftermath of the second Eastern Partnership summit brought several different conclusions. The joint statement itself was a bland and uninspiring read. In true EU style, it read as though it was deliberately drafted so that you couldn’t get

Political Repression in Central and Eastern Europe

Dear Mr Cryer MP Political Repression in Central and Eastern Europe I am writing to you to raise my concerns about the current Human Rights situation in Belarus and Ukraine. After the disputed elections in December 2010 the citizens of

Political Repression in Central and Eastern Europe

Dear Mr Cryer MP Political Repression in Central and Eastern Europe I am writing to you to raise my concerns about the current Human Rights situation in Belarus and Ukraine. After the disputed elections in December 2010 the citizens of