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Security issues

The West has no proposals for Minsk

November 28 – December 4

Minsk aims to exploit the CSTO

November 21 – November 27

Belarusian shells may not be on time for the war

November 14 – November 20

The fall of Kherson reduces the likelihood of Belarus entering the war with Ukraine

November 7 – November 13

The Russian military presence in Belarus may expand

October 31 – November 6

Rumours of the demise of the CSTO are premature

October 24 – October 30

Minsk/Kyiv: negative, but, so far, stable

October 17 – October 23

Minsk cultivates uncertainty with belligerence

October 10 – October 16

Nuclear issues will remain relevant until the end of the war in Ukraine

October 3 – October 9

Belarus is in the focus of the regional security policy

September 26 – October 2

Minsk is looking for security guarantees

September 19 – September 25

The collapse of the CSTO should not be assumed

September 12 – September 18

Exercises: Minsk and Kyiv exercise caution

September 5 – September 11

Upcoming military exercises signal political intrigue

August 29 – September 4

Assessment of Minsk’s real capabilities in the field of nuclear weapons

August 22 – August 28

Minsk defiantly emphasises its loyalty to the Kremlin

August 15 – August 21

Kyiv is trying to keep Minsk on its toes

August 8 – August 14

The nuclear policy will remain an essential foreign policy tool for Minsk

August 1 – August 7

Modernisation of Belarusian tanks; necessity or choice?

July 25 – July 31

Minsk continues “its game”

July 18 – July 24

The post-Soviet space is again “bursting at the seams”

July 11 – July 17

Minsk’s belligerence towards neighbours continues

July 4 – July 10

Minsk acts tough towards the West

June 27 – July 3

Moscow seeks to keep Minsk in its back pocket

June 20 – June 26

The CSTO will not become an analogue of NATO

June 13 – June 19

Minsk demonstrates its military capabilities to try to force concessions from the West

June 6 – June 12

Lukashenka has a unique view of modern warfare

May 30 – June 5

On the issue of creating the Southern Operational Command of the Belarusian Army

May 23 – May 29

CSTO Summit: Going Together, But in Different Directions

May 16 – May 22

Minsk toughens rhetoric as the West declines to engage in dialogue

May 9 – May 15

Minsk wants the Russian-Ukrainian war to end

May 2 – May 8

Minsk will continue to try to distance itself from Russia’s war against Ukraine

April 25 – May 1

Minsk tries to remain relevant to regional security geopolitics

April 18 – April 24

Minsk tries to return to “security arbitrage”

April 11 – April 17

Minsk wants out of this war

April 4 – April 10

Aggression against Ukraine: the situation for Minsk is becoming more complicated

March 28 – April 3

No signs of Belarus preparing for war

March 21 – March 27