The Office for a Democratic Belarus (Brussels), the Centre for European Policy Studies ((CEPS), Brussels), and the Konrad Adenauer Stiftung (European Office, Brussels) kindly invite you to attend a round-table ‘Belarus after the Election: Revolution, Reform, or Stagnation?’
24 November 2010, 14.00
Venue: 1 Place du Congres, 1000 Brussels
Belarus looks as interesting as ever before the upcoming presidential election. Russia is actively pursuing what appears to be a regime change policy for many Belarus watchers. Moscow declares it is not willing to bargain its principles. The EU has renewed the visa sanctions against some Belarusian government officials but also suspended them again. Moreover, Brussels has drafted a joined action plan with Belarus despite the lack of a legal framework for bilateral cooperation. Brussels says it is not willing to bargain its values. Are the two mighty neighbours neutralising each other giving yet another chance to Aliaksandr Lukashenka?