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Analyses | | Kamil Kłysiński
The Belarusian public’s growing dissatisfaction with the economic situation could lead to wider social protests this autumn. This may open up room for manoeuvre for the Belarusian nomenklatura and for external actors, mainly Russia.…
Analyses |
International financial institutions have improved their assessment of the Ukrainian economy. The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) has raised its forecast for economic growth in Ukraine in 2011 from 4.5% to 5%,…
Analyses |
On 7 July Verkhovna Rada, Ukraine's parliament, voted in a new pension system law which does not change the present pension system – based on what is called the ‘solidarity of generations’, i.e. disbursing pensions from the fund’s…
OSW Commentary | | Tadeusz A Olszański
Svoboda is determined to fight the tendencies in Ukrainian politics and the social sphere which it considers pro-Russian. Its attitude towards Russia and Russians, furthermore, is unambiguously hostile. In the case of Poland, it…