The internet has been heralded for some time now by political commentators and business elites alike as a unique tool capable of breeding political liberalisation and unseating undemocratic regimes across the world. In the post-Soviet space, however, and particularly in Belarus, such an online utopia cannot be said to be merely developing. Alex Rubin from the School of Slavonic & East European Studies in London discusses.
The text is published as part of the Digital Eastern Europe column.
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