Freedom's Price: Stories from Belarus

  • 2007-10-30
Too often, the political situation in Belarus is glossed over, forgotten, or simply ignored. Tourism agencies offer excursion packages where visitors may gaze upon the Soviet-era wonders of decayed concrete architecture and relative regional poverty. Too often, with so much democratic progress in nations surrounding Belarus, it is forgotten that ten million citizens of Belarus live under a dictatorship. In Belarus, university students are routinely dismissed from school because of ideological conflicts. Thanks to a program sponsored by the Open Estonian Foundation, Estonia’s Minis...
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