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Belarus' economy in tatters: what role for the EU?

(2011)
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Once dubbed ‘Europe’s last dictatorship,’ Belarus has remained the most authoritarian regime in the EU’s Eastern Neighbourhood. The EU’s relations with Minsk are the least developed among all its eastern neighbours and most fraught with mistrust and resistance. Contact between the EU and Belarus has thus predominantly been within a multilateral framework as bilateral relations still lack legal grounds. In contrast, Belarus has pursued integration with the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS) in general and with Russia in particular. The most recent example of the latter is the joining of the Customs Union with Russia and Kazakhstan in July 2010.

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Kostanyan, Hrant, and Vanessa Boas. “Belarus’ Economy in Tatters: What Role for the EU?” 2011 : n. pag. Print.
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Kostanyan, H., & Boas, V. (2011). Belarus’ economy in tatters: what role for the EU? Eastern Partnership Community.
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Kostanyan, Hrant, and Vanessa Boas. 2011. “Belarus’ Economy in Tatters: What Role for the EU?” Eastern Partnership Community.
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Kostanyan, Hrant, and Vanessa Boas. 2011. “Belarus’ Economy in Tatters: What Role for the EU?” Eastern Partnership Community.
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Kostanyan H, Boas V. Belarus’ economy in tatters: what role for the EU? Eastern Partnership Community; 2011.
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H. Kostanyan and V. Boas, “Belarus’ economy in tatters: what role for the EU?” Eastern Partnership Community, 2011.
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  abstract     = {Once dubbed ‘Europe’s last dictatorship,’ Belarus has remained the most authoritarian regime in the EU’s Eastern Neighbourhood. The EU’s relations with Minsk are the least developed among all its eastern neighbours and most fraught with mistrust and resistance. Contact between the EU and Belarus has thus predominantly been within a multilateral framework as bilateral relations still lack legal grounds. In contrast, Belarus has pursued integration with the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS) in general and with Russia in particular. The most recent example of the latter is the joining of the Customs Union with Russia and Kazakhstan in July 2010.},
  author       = {Kostanyan, Hrant and Boas, Vanessa},
  language     = {eng},
  publisher    = {Eastern Partnership Community},
  title        = {Belarus' economy in tatters: what role for the EU?},
  url          = {http://www.easternpartnership.org/community/debate/belarus-economy-tatters-what-role-eu},
  year         = {2011},
}