Following the rigged August 9 presidential election and unprecedented violence against peaceful protesters, Belarus has reached a political impasse. As a passionate, but inexperienced, opposition faces off against longtime authoritarian president Alyaksandr Lukashenko, the future of a democratic Belarus hangs in the balance. Katia Glod, CEPA Fellow, and Mathieu Boulègue, Chatham House Russia and Eurasia Fellow, join Edward Lucas, CEPA Senior Fellow, to discuss the future of Belarus and how the roles of the Belarusian people, the Kremlin, and the West will shape the future of the nation.
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The Future of Belarus: https://cepa.org/russias-assets-and-liabilities-in-belarus/
Russia's Assets and Liabilities in Belarus: https://cepa.org/russias-assets-and-liabilities-in-belarus/