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The ruling elite

Regime Elections 2025: Isolation of the population from democratic forces

June 3 – June 9

Information War 2024: Adjustment of Coordinates

May 27 – June 2

Preventive Repression of the Middle Class

May 20 – May 26

Counter-Evalution: Expropriation of Property and nationalization of the Economy

May 13 – May 19

National Bank vs Government: Fighting Inflation without Severe Devaluation

May 6 – May 12

Unveiling the re-Sovietisation of the labour market: Serfdom, profiteers, and freeloaders

April 29 – May 5

Lukashenka’s regime seems to last forever, until it ends

April 22 – April 28

Regime’s Guardians — Who Are They?

April 15 – April 21

Deficit of Loyal Staff, “Wolf Ticket” for Dissenters

April 8 – April 14

Lukashenka’s Social Contract-2024: Guarantees for the Security Forces, Whip for Others

April 1 – April 7

The Lukashenka Pyramid: A Dilemma of Two Peaks

March 25 – March 31

Lukashenka takes lessons from Jack Sparrow on expropriation of businesses

March 18 – March 24

“The Godfather”: Lukashenko’s Deeply Echeloned System

March 11 – March 17

Elections 2025: Lukashenka Forever

March 4 – March 10

Elections 2024: The Ruling Class Consolidates Its Monopoly on Power

February 26 – March 3

Elections 2024: Fine-Tuning the Electoral System

February 19 – February 25

Election 2024: Institutional Renewal of the Regime

February 12 – February 18

The new regime in Belarus: military junta or politburo?

February 5 – February 11

Will the security forces bring protests back to the streets of cities?

January 29 – February 4

“X-factor”: a new competition for loyal deputies

January 22 – January 28

Personnel Shortage: Addressing “Runaways” and Attracting Foreign Talent

January 15 – January 21

Elections-2024: Carrots for Supporters, Crackdown on Opponents

January 8 – January 14

2023: changes in the political field; 2024: “sterile” elections

January 1 – January 7

Elections 2024: Reassessing the Legitimacy of the Government

December 11 – December 17

Regime Transformers: Systemic Parties Evolve into Autobots

December 4 – December 10

Lukashenka Bolsters Ratings: Nomenclature Faces Anti-Corruption Crackdown

November 27 – December 3

Navigating the delicate terrain of the 2024 elections: Lukashenka versus the nomenklatura

November 20 – November 26

A Year of Quality: Taking on Slackers, Crooks, and Corruptors with a Grenade Launcher

November 13 – November 19

Pre-election luminous feat of generosity, Lukashenka instructs the parties

November 6 – November 12

The regime is trying to “purchase” the allegiance of Belarusian citizens

October 30 – November 5

Redistribution of resources in favor of the state sector and security forces, and the ideologicalization of state-owned companies are ongoing practices

October 23 – October 29

Lukashenka weakens the position of Haloŭčanka’s government, as elections are guaranteed by the security forces

October 16 – October 22

Lukashenka is increasing contributions to his personal “insurance fund,” and the government is continuing to allocate funds to the state sector

October 9 – October 15

Elections under comfortable conditions: economic stability and depoliticized opponents

October 2 – October 8

Limits on Rent for the Agricultural Power Hierarchy, Elections in a Repressed Society

September 25 – October 1

Lukashenka is cutting back on social benefits in education, and the regime’s enforcers are cracking down on workers in the agricultural sector

September 18 – September 24

The government is priming the economy with significant injections of funds ahead of the upcoming elections

September 11 – September 17