Euroradio takes a closer look at the Belarusian entrepreneurs loyal to Lukashenka who have escaped the Western sanctions.
Force, duality of power and talks: how Belarus somewhat resembles Venezuela
State propaganda often likened last year's protests in Belarus to Venezuela. What do the two countries have in common?
Zero casualties in 'burned village': mistake or distortion of truth?
"It is not about going deep or finding the historical truth."
Quiet expansionism or playing for time: pundits on 28 Union State programs
Econimic integration with Russia can quickly become political, while military cooperation grows without any roadmaps.
Lukashenka-Putin meet. Moscow weighs down on its Belarusian partner
"Lukashenka once again hoped to sell thin air but had to make some commitments." Experts comment on the outcome of the meet.
How global companies are (not) afraid to work with dictatorships
Evil walks when money talks? Euroradio takes a look at the industrial giants who did business with authoritarian regimes.
How residents in eastern Poland react to Belarus-triggered migrant crisis
While locals remain indifferent to politics, they fear migrants from across the border with Belarus for various reasons.
Minsk protest chat admin believes in victory
Euroradio talks to a Minsk protest Telegram chat administrator about arrest, emigration, and expectations in the future.