Republic Belarus Foreign Policy (1991-2014)

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Republic Belarus Foreign Policy (1991-2014)
// Russia and New States of Eurasia. 2014. No 3. P. 23-35


Abstract

Since Belarus is conveniently located between industrialized Europe and resource-rich Asia Western countries are trying to gain Minsk over to their side. Yet Belarus remains a close partner and most reliable ally of Russia. During all the years of its independence Minsk consistently supported foreign policy activities of Moscow including those aimed at re-integration of the post-Soviet space.


Keywords

Belarus in global politics, Minsk strategic priorities, re-integration of the post-Soviet space


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For citation:
Godin Y. Republic Belarus Foreign Policy (1991-2014). Russia and New States of Eurasia, 2014, No 3, pp. 23-35



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