The number of Belarusians working in Russia could be up to 100 times higher than the Belarusian government claims, according to a new study by the Belarusian Institute for Strategic Studies.
Experts at the Center for Economic and Social Development (CESD) estimate that the amount of remittances sent from Russia to Azerbaijan is much higher than that reported by official sources.
The European Union’s communications policy with Belarusian society remain largely ineffective, according to a new survey conducted by the Belarusian Institute for Strategic Studies.
Eighty percent of Belarusians denied entry into the European Union were refused entry because they were traveling with an invalid visa/residence permit or wer unable to show that they had sufficient means of subsistence for the period of intended stay in the EU, according to this Belarusian Institute for Stategic Studies report.
The Belarusian Institute for Strategic Studies in Minsk has announced plans to award in 2013 the first Vitali Silitski Prize “For Contribution to the Promotion of Political Thought in Belarus.”
Possibilities for the approximation of the Belarusian legislation to the ACQUIS within Eurasian integration framework
In this paper written for the Belarusian Institute for Strategic Studies, analyst Maksim Karliuk looks at the benefits for Belarus if it harmonizes its laws with those in general use in the European Union.
Relations with Iran are a perfect illustration of the paradoxical prudence of the Belarusian leadership in foreign policy, according this report by BISS analyst Siarhei Bohdan.