Also by Yury Drakakhrust
August 13, 2020
Nobel Laureate Alexievich Says Lukashenka Has 'Declared War' On Belarusian People
Nobel Prize-winning writer Svetlana Alexievich has condemned brutal police violence against demonstrators across Belarus, saying "the authorities have declared war on their people" and the President Alyaksandr Lukashenka should step down from power to prevent a bloody civil war.
August 10, 2020
Belarusian Opposition Presents Broadest Challenge Yet To Strongman Lukashenka After Disputed Election
Belarus has seen tumultuous presidential elections in the past, but this time things could be different. The opposition seems to have moved beyond the country's perennial Europe-Russia divide and found a formula that more Belarusians are ready to embrace.
July 26, 2011
Belarus And Norway Reflected In The Mirror Of Terrorism
The terrorist bombing in the Minsk subway in April and the terrorist bombing and shooting in Oslo on July 22 have at least one thing in common: according to official accounts, both attacks were the work either of lone terrorists or a small group of acquaintances.
September 24, 2008
Belarus's Quiet Campaign
The campaign for Belarus's September 28 legislative elections is quiet. There have been no debates on television. No loud demonstrations. There are no election posters festooning the cities, whether for opposition or for pro-government candidates. We are holding elections, but there is no campaign. Why?