Squeezing the Squeezer

August 2005
Transitions Online;8/15/2005, p3
This article reports on the dispute between Belarus and Poland. It discusses the reason some people easily take President Alyaksandr Lukashenka for granted. It looks at the focal point of the dispute. Also, it explains the technique employed by Lukashenka in crushing his opposition. The benefits derived by Lukashenka from his actions on his relationship with Russia is examined.


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