Belarus Research Program

Trends in Belarus 2021/3

Quarterly analytic review
(2021 November)

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Trends in Belarus 2021/2

Quarterly analytic review
(2021 August)

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Tightening and Development of Sanctions Against the Belarusian Regime: Arguments “for” and “against”

Analytical publication
(2021 June)

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Trends in Belarus 2021/1

Quarterly analytic review
(2021 April)

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Resilient Media: Challenges And Opportunities In The Democratisation Proccess

Analytical publication
(2021 January)

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A. Lukashenko’s regime and public resistance: Scenarios for short-term events in Belarus

Analytical publication
(2020 September)

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„The Protests In Belarus: Insights From Minsk And The Western View“

Analytical publication
(2020 m. August)

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The Eastern European Studies Centre presents the Belarusian research program established in 2021

The Belarusian Research Program of the Center for Eastern European Studies, established in the beginning of 2021, analyzes the political, economic and socio-cultural processes related to Belarus and its foreign policy. The publications and events aim to deepen the understanding of Belarus strategic and geopolitical goals, their impact on Europe, as well as Lithuania’s strategic goals.

The research program is coordinated by analysts and associate experts of the Eastern European Studies Centre.

Publications of the Belarusian research program:

Laurynas Jonavičius, Quarterly analytic review

Laurynas Jonavičius, Quarterly analytic review

Laurynas Jonavičius, Analytical publication

Laurynas Jonavičius, Quarterly analytic review

Austėja Makarevičiūtė, Adam Roževič, Analytical publication

Tomas Janeliūnas, Analytical publication

Analytical publication

Associate experts:

Maksimas Milta

Maksimas Milta

A ReThink. CEE Fellow at the German Marshall Fund of the United States and a former Head of Communications and Development at the European Humanities University. His comments on Belarus affairs regularly appeared in the Baltic, Dutch, German public broadcasters’, Le Figaro, Times Higher Education, BBC World News, and The New York Times reports and articles. Recognizing his on-the-ground analysis during the 2020 Belarus Presidential elections, Maksimas became the laureate of the annual Titan award by the editorial team of Delfi. Maksimas holds a master’s degree in political sciences from Vilnius University. Currently, he is a graduate student in European & Russian Studies at Yale.

 

 

Laurynas Jonavičius

Laurynas Jonavičius

Has been lecturing at the Institute of International Relations and Political Science in Vilnius University since 2009, and in 2010 he obtained here a Doctor’s degree in social sciences. Laurynas Jonavičius also worked as a foreign policy adviser in the Office of the President of the Republic of Lithuania in 2009-2014 and assisted the European Council on Foreign Relations (ECFR) as an associate researcher in 2016-2019.