Belarusian Review, Special Jewish Issue

Belarusian Review

Special Jewish Issue

This special Jewish issue of Belarusian Review is the result of a project combining the efforts of “Belarusian Review,” its online platform The_Point Journal, the Goldstein-Goren Diaspora Research Center at Tel Aviv University, and the Center for Belarusian Studies at the Southwestern College in Winfield, KS. Болей »


Belarusian Review, Volume 27, No. 3-4

Belarusian Review

Volume 27, No. 3-4

One could expected that the Fall 2015 in Belarus would be politically intensive and dynamic. However, it passed quite peacefully and without significant upheavals. The fifths presidential election was held on October 11, 2015. It ended up with another re-election of Lukashenka. According to the official results announced by the Central Electoral Commission, Aliaksandr Lukashenka won the election with 83.47% of the vote, which is the hig... Болей »


Belarusian Review, Volume 27, No. 3-4

Belarusian Review

Volume 27, No. 3-4

One could expected that the Fall 2015 in Belarus would be politically intensive and dynamic. However, it passed quite peacefully and without significant upheavals. The fifths presidential election was held on October 11, 2015. It ended up with another reelection of Lukashenka. According to the official results announced by the Central Electoral Commission, Aliaksandr Lukashenka won the election with 83.47% of the vote, which is the high... Болей »


Belarusian Review, Volume 27, No. 2

Belarusian Review

Volume 27, No. 2

The nuanced connections between perception and assumption, what we see and what we are predisposed to understand, play a significant role in the interpretation of distanced geopolitical environments. The intentions of a government, the sentiments and conviction of a population are not always clearly evident. This is the case with Belarus since Putin’s annexation of Crimea and actions in Ukraine. Болей »


Belarusian Review

Belarusian Review

BELARUSIAN REVIEW (ISSN 1064-7716) is the oldest continuously published journal in English language fully devoted to Belarus: to its current political and economic situation, culture and history, as well as to Belarusian diaspora. Since 1989 BELARUSIAN REVIEW has been filling the niche of Belarusian studies, both as a printed journal and since 2011 as an electronic edition made in cooperation with THE_POINT JOURNAL, providing a broad au... Болей »


Belarusian Review, Volume 27, No. 1

Belarusian Review

Volume 27, No. 1

Belarusian historian Dr. Aleś Kraŭcevič has recently released his new book “A Borderland Country” (in Belarusian: Kraina pahraničča) in which he explores Belarus within the context of a cultural and political borderland. The view of Belarus as a borderland has considerably influenced studies of the Belarusian phenomenon. The Belarusian Review asked the author to present his perceptions of Belarus as a borderland. Болей »


Belarusian Review, Volume 27, No. 1

Belarusian Review

Volume 27, No. 1

The Belarusian Review editorial board would like to extend our deepest sympathy to all who knew Fr. Alexander Nadson who has died on April 15, 2015 at the age of 88. We would like to commemorate Fr. Alexander by quoting a passage from his interview for our journal (vol. 26, no. 3, 2014): Болей »


Belarusian Review, Volume 26, No. 4

Belarusian Review

Volume 26, No. 4

In Central and Eastern Europe the year 2014 was dominated by the Ukrainian events. The Russian annexation of Ukraine’s Crimea in March had not only changed the region’s legal status but also seriously confronted the fundamental principles and norms of international law. The region of Central and Eastern Europe is often viewed through its geographic location between the European Union and Russia, and perceived as an object of geopolitica... Болей »


Belarusian Review, Volume 26, No. 3

Belarusian Review

Volume 26, No. 3

Квартальнік BELARUSIAN REVIEW (ISSN 1064-7716) – найстарэйшы ў свеце англамоўны часопіс, прысвечаны Беларусі, выдаванне якога ніколі не перапынялася. Ужо цягам 25 гадоў Belarusian Review запаўняе нішу беларускай тэматыкі як ў друкаваным фармаце, так і з 2011 у электронным выглядзе праз супрацу з онлайн - часопісам The_Point Journal (http://www.thepointjournal.com). Друкаванае выданне выходзіць раз на квартал паралельна ў Чэхіі і ЗША. Чы... Болей »


Belarusian Review, Volume 26, No. 2

Belarusian Review

Volume 26, No. 2

This latest issue of BELARUSIAN REVIEW contains a tribute to Joe Arciuch, the founder and first editor-in-chief of BELARUSIAN REVIEW who passed away a year ago. His idea to establish BELARUSIAN REVIEW in order to inform the world about Belarus has developed into what is now the oldest continuously published journal in English language fully devoted to Belarus. We start this issue with an appreciation to his commitment expressed by peopl... Болей »


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