Colored Revolutions

The Tulips Bloom Once Again

I’ve been debating whether to write something about the events in Kirgizia, but have decided to defer to those who can untangle the complexities surrounding

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Tulip Revolution Revisited

Revolution are often written backwards. An event may be declared a revolution from the outset but whether that event actually becomes the social phenomenon we

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Bat’ka’s Future

Some interesting analysis of the Belarusian elections is now being done. I already pointed to Boris Kagarlitsky’s column. Now here is a discussion with Professors

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Kagarlitsky on Belarus

Boris Kagarlitsky’s analysis of the Belarusian elections is a breath of fresh air at a time when what exactly Belarus is has been so muddled

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Belarus Ruse

I don’t have time to provide up to the minute coverage of the Belarusian elections. There are many places you can go to get it

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More on Belarus

Tensions in Belarus mount as elections approach. The drama is reaching a fever pitch. Arrests of opposition members and activists have increased in the last

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Publius Pundit

I’ve recently become a regular contributor to the blog Publius Pundit. Publius reports on democracy and human rights around the world from a bipartisan perspective.

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Belarus Blues

As I’m sure many known, Belarus holds presidential elections on March 19. Unfortunately time doesn’t allow me to provide extensive comments on the Lukashenka government’s

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Новости

The Ukraine’s Orange “Revolution” continues to hover over Russian politics. In a speech given at Stanford University, Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov expressed concern about

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