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Belarus-West relations

The Regime Pretends to Take Criticism Seriously and Reduces Migration Pressure. But for How Long?

July 8 – July 14

Amnesty Does Not Remove the Belarusian Question from the UN Agenda; Claims from the West and China Persist

July 1 – July 7

The EU Expands Anti-Russian Sanctions to Belarus

June 24 – June 30

Poland is considering the possibility of completely closing the border with Belarus.

June 17 – June 23

Belarus Returns to the Agenda of the US and other G7 Members

June 10 – June 16

Stalled 14th Sanctions Package, Updated U.S. “Democracy Act”, and Food War with the European Union

June 3 – June 9

Minsk-Budapest-Kremlin: Searching for Their “Trojan Horse” in the EU

May 27 – June 2

The EU Plans to Expand Restrictions Against Belarus, The Regime Responds with Counter-Sanctions

May 20 – May 26

“Iron Curtain” Descending: Poland Announces “Shield of the East” Plan

May 13 – May 19

Democratic Forces Hope for NATO Cooperation, but Lack Clarity on How It Can Help

May 6 – May 12

EU considers new sanctions as pro-democracy forces seek Western recognition

April 29 – May 5

EU readies 14th package of sanctions against Russia and Belarus

April 22 – April 28

The USA has directed sanctions at the Belarusian military-industrial complex

April 15 – April 21

Belarus: “High-Risk Country”

April 8 – April 14

Human Rights in Belarus Remain a Focus of Western Attention

April 1 – April 7

The noose tightens: Poland and the Baltic States take initiative in combating sanctions evasion

March 25 – March 31

The EU discusses duties on agricultural products from Belarus and Russia, sanctions synchronization, and a railway blockade

March 18 – March 24

You Scratch My Back, I’ll Scratch Yours: EU Contemplates New Restrictions Against Belarus, Regime Introduces Counter-Sanctions

March 11 – March 17

“Blessed is he who believes?” The regime claims to have adapted to Western pressure

March 4 – March 10

The West condemns elections in Belarus, the regime responds with readiness for escalation

February 26 – March 3

The West Imposes New Sanctions and Strengthens the Blockade of Belarus

February 19 – February 25

The West is not yet planning to synchronize sanctions against Russia and Belarus

February 12 – February 18

“Iron Curtain” for Belarus: will there be a crack?

February 5 – February 11

Ukraine, following the footsteps of the West, is establishing the position of a special representative for Belarus

January 29 – February 4

“There’s a package for you!” The West is gearing up for new restrictions against Russia and Belarus

January 22 – January 28

The Belarusian regime is proposing cooperation in agriculture to the Non-Aligned Movement (NAM)

January 15 – January 21

Elections, Religious Freedoms, New Sanctions in the West’s Spotlight

January 8 – January 14

2023: strategic isolation; 2024: reorientation of foreign policy

January 1 – January 7

Heading towards the Global South and East – Against the West

December 11 – December 17

The West is imposing new sanctions, and Lukashenka is going on a family tour

December 4 – December 10

The West demands more than just de-escalation of the migration crisis

November 27 – December 3

Undermining the OSCE while promoting conflict resolution: Ukraine Imposes Sanctions

November 20 – November 26

The European Union is currently working on the 12th round of sanctions targeting both Russia and Belarus

November 13 – November 19

The West is turning a deaf ear to the regime’s signals and shows no signs of letting up on the pressure

November 6 – November 12

The regime wants to “sell” political prisoners to the West and offers electricity from the BelNPP to its neighbors

October 30 – November 5

Lukašenka’s Stance on the EU and Migration Crisis

October 23 – October 29

Lukashenka has become an obstacle on the Belt and Road between China and Europe

October 16 – October 22