Too often, the politicalsituation in Belarus is glossed over, forgotten, or simply ignored. Tourismagencies offer excursion packages where visitors may gaze upon the Soviet-erawonders of decayed concrete architecture and relative regional poverty. Toooften, with so much democratic progress in nations surrounding Belarus, it isforgotten that ten million citizens of Belarus live under a dictatorship.In Belarus, university students are routinely dismissedfrom school because of ideological conflicts. Thanks to aprogram sponsored by the Open Estonian Foundation, Estonia’s Minis...
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