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Issue 5/2018: What’s new with Belarus?

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Table of Contents

OPINION & ANALYSIS

Softly, softly Belarus Andrew Wilson
The EU should take Belarus more seriously An interview with Balázs Jarábik
A Belarusian house of cards Maxim Rust
Belarusian culture: national, European, post-Soviet Victor Martinovich
Photo-report: Belarus Uladzimir Kalada
A change from within Natalia Smolentceva and Varvara Morozova
Oppositionists or dissidents? An interview with Alyaksandr Klaskouski
Hello, generation Lukashenka Hanna Liubakova
Exclusion in Belarus: pieces of discrimination Tanja Setsko
Energy independence should be priority Tatiana Manenok
Little change in the Belarusian economy Anna Maria Dyner
Between declarations and reality Paweł Kost
Ukrainian media reforms. One step forward, two steps back Roman Kabachiy
A clockwork orange Szabolcs Vörös

INTERVIEWS

Corruption is Russia’s biggest export An interview with Ilya Zaslavskiy

STORIES AND IDEAS

The disease of the Romanian health care system Fieke Snijder
Public involvement in urban development. The case of Novosibirsk Yulia Oreshina and Olesya Shvets

A WITNESS TO HIS TIME. SPECIAL SECTION ON ZBIGNIEW HERBERT

A barbarian in the besieged city Andriy Lyubka
Herbert, who looks at the cathedral tower Ostap Slyvynsky
Like two Gods. Herbert and Miłosz An interview with Andrzej Franaszek, a biographer of Czesław Miłosz and Zbigniew Herbert.
Herbert and the East Walery Butewicz
A nomadic writer Kinga Anna Gajda

HISTORY & MEMORY

Rediscovering a Jewish Wrocław Aleksander Gleichgewicht 

EASTERN CAFÉ

A welcome addition to North Caucasus scholarship Neil Hauer
A portrait of Jobbik Adam Balcer
A pioneer in St Petersburg Margarita Vladimirova
Following a grandmother’s life Zofia Bluszcz

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