Colored Revolutions

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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Cold War Revisited

Democracy or something like it rules in the Ukraine. The tenacious efforts of hundreds of thousands Viktor Yushchenko supporters have paid off in another runoff

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