In what ways have relations changed between Belarus and Russia after the annexation of Crimea? How serious is Alyaksandr Lukashenka’s criticism for Russia? Is Minsk interested and capable of manoeuvring enough in order to change the basic vectors of its foreign policy? How should the improvement of relations between Minsk and Kyiv after the annexation of Crimea be treated? What is likely to happen during the military exercise Zapad 2017 and beyond?
Answers to these questions and others, concerning the dinamics of Belarusian foreign policy, will be considered by researchers from Latvia, Lithuania, Belarus, Ukraine and Russia in the new book by Centre for East European Policy Studies “Belarusian Foreign Policy: 360°”.
The collection of articles has been created with financial support on the part of Friedrich Ebert Foundation.
The book is available here.