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Belarusian Review

Our website is a homepage of BELARUSIAN REVIEW (ISSN 1064-7716), the oldest continuously published journal in English language fully devoted to Belarus. It is published by Belarusan-American Association, Inc., a fraternal non-profit association.

Founder and Editor/Publisher (1989-2001): Joe Arciuch

Editor-at-large: George Stankevich

Editor-in-chief: Kiryl Kascian, Hanna Vasilevich

Deputy Editor: Hanna Vasilevich

Advisory Board: Vita?t Kipiel, Andrej Kotljarchuk, David Marples, Leonid Smilovitsky, Maria Paula Survilla, Zachar Šybieka, Virginie Symaniec, Curt Woolhiser, Jan Zaprudnik

Contributing Editors: David Erkomaishvili, Andrzej Tichomirow

Language Editor: Anthony Stanley


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BELARUSIAN REVIEW is registered in Europe with Czech Ministry of Culture
Registration No. MK ?R E 13311

Annual subscription rate in 2014:
$45 for individuals, $65 for institutions
payable by check or money order in US funds
P.O. Box 1347, Highland Park, NJ 08904, USA

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Our website is a homepage of BELARUSIAN REVIEW (ISSN 1064-7716), 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.

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2015-01-13 18:21:54

Belarusian Review, Winter 2014, vol. 26, No. 4

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2015-01-20 18:10:50

Крывія, №34-35, сьнежань 2014

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2015-03-04 | Retrospective Positions and Introspective Critiques: A Belarusist in the Academic Trenches

2015-03-02 | Alexander Osipov: Belarus, Moldova and Ukraine still benefit from the Soviet system of diversity governance

2015-02-13 | Ivonka Survilla: our region is not safe from invasion

2015-01-26 | Release of Belarusian Review Working Paper #3



2015-02-02 | Aleś Kraŭcevič: we should be friends with Russia through the border fence

2015-01-11 | Jewish Soldiers in World War II

2015-01-07 | A book on US gains and Belarus’ losses

2014-12-10 | Maria Paula Survilla introduces the new book: Music and Diplomacy from the Early Modern Era to the Present



2013-06-11 | Alena Makoŭskaja: Belarusians living abroad are strongest advocates of Belarus and its culture

2013-05-31 | Belarusian language banned in the Kontinental Hockey League

2013-05-26 | The 1995 Referendum on national symbols and official languages was not legitimate

2013-03-29 | Belarus’ abnormal bilingualism



2014-09-21 | Georgian Agriculture: Effects of Association with the EU

2014-06-05 | Belarus: impact of the conflict in Ukraine

2013-08-24 | David Marples: Belarus needs to distinguish itself from Russia and Russian policies

2013-06-14 | David Marples: Russia is not threatening Belarus’ independence, but rather is limiting its choices

Political science


2014-12-10 | On the Eve of a New Presidential Election in Belarus

2014-12-08 | The EU and Belarus: democracy promotion by technocratic means?

2014-12-06 | End of an Era in 2015?

2014-09-02 | Talks on Ukraine in Minsk: does Belarus start its way out of self-isolation?

Other domains


2015-01-05 | Again about Skaryna in Padua: time and context

2014-09-12 | Swedes on the territory of today’s Mahilioŭ region during the Great Northern War

2014-07-03 | "… It is not in vain that the old do not wish for youth to experience wars"

2014-04-05 | Nazi Crimes in the USSR as Described in the WWII Letters, Diaries and Memoirs of Natives of Belarus (part 2)

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