Tikhanovskaya’s traveling Belarusian circus the latest example of failed Western ‘regime-change’-based policy in ex-Soviet Union

The West’s favorite Belarusian opposition figurehead, Svetlana Tikhanovskaya, has been in Washington, asking lawmakers to impose sanctions on her country, in a bid to overthrow its embattled veteran leader, Alexander Lukashenko. … Read More >Tikhanovskaya’s traveling Belarusian circus the latest example of failed Western ‘regime-change’-based policy in ex-Soviet Union

Western campaign against Belarus runs risk of sparking ‘THIRD WORLD WAR’ says embattled leader Lukashenko, branding EU ‘crazy’

Sanctions & support for opposition movements from abroad is driving Europe down a dangerous path, Belarus’ long-time leader Alexander Lukashenko has claimed, in an explosive new broadside against the EU and its politicians. … Read More >Western campaign against Belarus runs risk of sparking ‘THIRD WORLD WAR’ says embattled leader Lukashenko, branding EU ‘crazy’

Belarusian activist Protasevich returns to Twitter from house arrest, claiming passenger jet grounding gave him fear of flying

Roman Protasevich, the ex-editor of an opposition Belarusian Telegram channel now being held by authorities in the country, has made a return to the online world, posting a clip for his supporters from a new social media account. … Read More >Belarusian activist Protasevich returns to Twitter from house arrest, claiming passenger jet grounding gave him fear of flying

The Junior Empire Plots More Sanctions Warfare vs Belarus, Hopes to Hurt Russia by Extension

The European Union is squeezing President Vladimir Putin’s geopolitical tentacles. Brussels was on Monday preparing tougher sanctions against Belarus over the forced landing of a Ryanair passenger plane in Minsk, including a possible ban on EU investors from trading securities or buying short-term bonds read more . That puts pressure on Russia to step up financial support to its ally. … Read More >The Junior Empire Plots More Sanctions Warfare vs Belarus, Hopes to Hurt Russia by Extension

Ryanair plane may have landed in Minsk due to fake bomb threat by angry opposition colleague, says Belarusian activist Protasevich

The jailed Belarusian activist Roman Protasevich, who was arrested last month after his flight was forced to make an emergency landing in Minsk, may have been set up by a colleague with whom he had an intense personal conflict. … Read More >Ryanair plane may have landed in Minsk due to fake bomb threat by angry opposition colleague, says Belarusian activist Protasevich

Belarus to erect vaccination tents at border for foreigners who wish to enter country to get Russian-made Sputnik V Covid-19 jab

Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko has revealed new plans to re-open his country’s borders for residents of foreign countries who wish to receive a vaccination against Covid-19 with the Russian-made Sputnik V jab. … Read More >Belarus to erect vaccination tents at border for foreigners who wish to enter country to get Russian-made Sputnik V Covid-19 jab

Putin says reaction to grounding of Ryanair flight is just ‘surge of emotions’ in talks with Belarus’ embattled leader Lukashenko

Russian President Vladimir Putin has said that the international consternation triggered when Belarus ordered a plane to land and arrested two passengers overlooks the fact that other nations have taken similar action in the past. … Read More >Putin says reaction to grounding of Ryanair flight is just ‘surge of emotions’ in talks with Belarus’ embattled leader Lukashenko

Roman Protasevich’s dramatic arrest by Belarus has caused outrage. But why is Western media failing to report his neo-Nazi links?

Should the murky past of an activist standing up against a dictatorial government be ignored for the sake of winning a PR war? Some believe so, but the case of Roman Protasevich shows the risky consequences of ignoring the truth. … Read More >Roman Protasevich’s dramatic arrest by Belarus has caused outrage. But why is Western media failing to report his neo-Nazi links?