All trends

Belarus-Russia relations

The Hunger Games: 120 New Integration Challenges

November 27 – December 3

Investments in the New Normal: Flaunting the Upside of the Coin

November 20 – November 26

Investor Alert: Minimize risks unless absolutely necessary

November 13 – November 19

The gas price has been settled, but the issues surrounding the unified energy market remain unresolved

November 6 – November 12

Transitioning from Gas Dependence to Nuclear Energy Dependence

October 30 – November 5

Improving Infrastructure and Tax Cooperation in Belarus

October 23 – October 29

Moving Towards a Common Electricity Market and the Eurobond Default

October 16 – October 22

Have the union programs been fully implemented? Let’s discuss new ones

October 9 – October 15

Is the growth of exports to and through Russia an irreversible process?

October 2 – October 8

Industrial cooperation: aircraft, railways, software, other

September 25 – October 1

A New Phase of Industrialization: Embracing Import Substitution

September 18 – September 24

Basic Integration Course: North Korea

September 11 – September 17

Isolationism as a Fundamental Political and Economic Strategy

September 4 – September 10

Import substitution comes of age: machine tools, aircraft, MAZ, etc

August 14 – August 20

Minsk is thinking about energy consumption. Belarusian fuel may disappear from the Russian market

August 7 – August 13

The Belarusian share of the Russian pie: permission to participate in state programs in the regions

July 31 – August 6

Regional Integration with Belarus as a Russian Region

July 24 – July 30

A difficult start to import substitution as Russo-Belarusian integration acquires Juche motifs

July 17 – July 23

Minsk assesses the size of oil and gas rent

July 10 – July 16

Moscow and Minsk are recovering from Prigozhin’s rebellion and attempting to intensify trade and economic cooperation

July 3 – July 9

There is a country, there are authorities, but there is no state

June 26 – July 2

Russia’s Special Military Operation Takes an Interesting Turn

June 19 – June 25

The Belarusian regime no longer controls Russian military activity on its territory

June 12 – June 18

Russia’s Pursuit of Pro-Russian Lobbies

June 5 – June 11

Awakening to Mistakes: the Regime in Minsk Joins Defeatists in Russia

May 29 – June 4

Nuclear Weapons in Belarus: A Strategic Factor Amplifying Moscow’s Influence on Minsk’s Policy

May 22 – May 28

Advocating for a ‘Just Democratic World Order’: Lukashenka, Lavrov, and the Art of Optimistic Collaboration

May 15 – May 21

Belarus and Russia Announce Joint Projects with Unclear Prospects for Technology Transfer and Financing

May 8 – May 14

Lukashenka breaks tradition by attending Victory Day Parade in Moscow despite recent events

May 1 – May 7

The peace-loving region of the Union State

April 24 – April 30

A pause while waiting for the response of the Armed Forces of Ukraine

April 17 – April 23

Lukashenka and Shoigu Discuss ‘Iron Security Guarantees’ for Belarus

April 10 – April 16

Consistent blackmail policy

April 3 – April 9

Minsk and Moscow seek to deliver some global chaos

March 27 – April 2

The possible rise of a dualistic world

March 20 – March 26

The “Authoritarian International” at Work or a “Far Arc” Commonwealth

March 13 – March 19

Belarus-Ukraine tensions rise following military attack, as Russia funds sustainable development and plans to crush US dollar with new currency

March 6 – March 12