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Belarus-Russia relations

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

Multi-vector Diplomacy: The Chinese Alternative and Access to the Sea

February 27 – March 5

Integration or creeping annexation?

February 20 – February 26

Neverending Union State building

February 13 – February 19

Reducing entry and exit points

February 6 – February 12

From Africa with Love

January 30 – February 5

The Union State shrinks economically and creates its own “Schengen”

January 23 – January 29

Plans for further rapprochement

January 16 – January 22

A deck of 28 cards is back in play

January 9 – January 15

2022: The Union State went to war

December 26 – January 1

Big Brother pays a visit

December 12 – December 18

Belarusian Horizons: Russia’s Growing Share

December 5 – December 11

Fast import substitution fails. Let’s try something slower

November 28 – December 4

Rapid import substitution and CSTO chairmanship

November 21 – November 27

The loan is granted as the allies emphasise logistics and culture

November 14 – November 20

Integration and Import substitution: fun with science

November 7 – November 13

Aggressive multi-vector policy

October 31 – November 6

Anticipatory Integration: Seasonal Revitalization

October 24 – October 30

Allies: “Back-to-Back”

October 17 – October 23

Visible symptoms of chaos

October 10 – October 16

Valuable gifts, unification of indirect taxes, long-awaited loan

October 3 – October 9

“Difficult period” and mobilization

September 26 – October 2