The Case of Belarus: Russia’s Fear of Popular Revolutions
By EMIL AVDALIANI

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EXECUTIVE SUMMARY: Belarus is the last remaining state on Russia’s western border not to have experienced a popular revolution since the 1990s, but revolutionary fervor is growing there. Events in Minsk have great geopolitical import, as one would expect from a state located between Russia and Europe. For Russia, the crisis in Belarus caused by the August presidential election result …

TribuneThe Case of Belarus: Russia’s Fear of Popular Revolutions
By EMIL AVDALIANI

US Announces Pullout from INF Missile Treaty with Russia
By HEZI ARIS

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YONKERS, NY — February 1, 2019 —The US has announced its withdrawal from the landmark Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces (INF) treaty that harkens to the Cold War-era days. The arms control treaty was ratified by U.S. President Ronald Reagan and U.S.S.R. (Now Russia) President Mikhael Gorbachev. In December 2018, the US State Department declared Russia in breach of the INF’s terms …

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