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· March, 2009

Stories about Belarus from March, 2009

Belarus: Death Penalty and the EU

Vilhelm Konnander writes about death penalty in Belarus and how it should affect the EU leaders’ approach to the country.

Belarus, U.S.: “Nationality Censorship in the U.S.”

Evgeny Morozov writes on about a case of censorship by a U.S. web-hosting company involving a Washington, D.C.-based Belarusian, Yaraslau Kryvoi – LJ user yarik, whose own English-language account...

Poland, Belarus: TV Polonia/Belsat TV Controversy

Andrei Khrapavitsky writes about the controversy surrounding the recent sacking of Agnieszka Romaszewska-Guzy, director of TV Polonia and Belsat TV.

Video: Celebrating Women on their International Day

International Women's Day has been celebrated since the early 1900s: at first as a reminder of all the wrongs done to womankind and the long hard row necessary to achieve...

Belarus, Ireland: “Minsk, Russia” at Dublin Airport

Andrei Khrapavitski re-posts a photo taken by LJ user barilotti (BEL) at the Dublin Airport: an info poster there lists Minsk, the capital of Belarus, as part of Russia. “How...

Belarus: Essay on Nepotism

Adam Goodman posts essays on nepotism and “reliable partners” in Belarus, written by one of his Belarusian students.

Belarus: ARCHE

Andrei Khrapavitski writes about the Belarusian KGB's treatment of ARCHE, “a Belarusian intellectual journal,” whose latest issue was ruled to contain “extremist materials” by a court: “The Belarusian government fears...

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