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How isolated is Belarus? Analysis of consular statistics of the Schengen states in 2007-2011
In December of 2007, several countries of the ‘new Europe’, including all the EU member states, neighbouring Belarus on the west (Latvia, Lithuania and Poland), joined the Schengen area.
Yeliseyeu Andrei BISS
Public Opinion Poll. Belarus and the Eastern Partnership: National and European Values
The poll was conducted by a multi-tiered random sample (1000 respondents),which was representative for population (urban and rural) of the country aged 18+, stratified by ethnic origine, render, region, age and educational level.
Korosteleva Elena OEEC
Displeasure with paternalistic state does not give birth to protest
In 2015, the crisis in the Belarusian economy, is likely to be strengthened, which will force the paternalistic state to reduce the amount of their social obligations.
IISEPS

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Proposal of changes to the Law on Arms

The authors offer a draft of the new edition of the Law of Belarus on Arms, developed within the Belarus Security Blog analytical project.

Belarus Security Blog
Electronic public procurement: evaluation of official electronic trading sites in Belarus

This paper assesses the degree of compliance of official electronic trading platforms, through which public procurement is carried out in the Republic of Belarus, to the best world practices.

Kavalkin Uladzimir , Sushko Andrei BIPART
The trade effect of Generalised Scheme of Preferences removal: evidence from Belarus

Under the Generalised Scheme of Preferences (GSP), rich countries grant unilateral trade preferences to developing countries.

Gnutzmann Hinnerk, Gnutzmann-Mkrtchyan Arevik
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