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Vanessa Voisin

Ricercatrice a tempo determinato tipo b) (senior)

Dipartimento di Storia Culture Civiltà

Settore scientifico disciplinare: M-STO/03 STORIA DELL'EUROPA ORIENTALE

Contenuti utili

Report by Gabrielle Frank of the International Seminar/Webinar, Prague, 16th of September "Anger in Belarus"

Available in English at: https://cefres.hypotheses.org/1788.

Argumentary: Since June 2020, Belarus has been experiencing a series of popular mobilizations that threaten the authoritarian regime of Alexander Lukashenko, in power since 1994. This largely unexpected event raises important questions that will be examined during this seminar: on the genesis of this unprecedented unrest and the factors that made it possible; on the characteristics, modalities and significations of the mobilizations; on their ability to enlist or not enlist the majority of the Belarusian population, on the already perceptible effects of the protest on the relations between Belarus and Russia and on the possible role to be played by the European Union, etc. The seminar will bring together researchers and experts from different countries in order to compare their analyses and different possible scenarii.

More on the event: http://www.cefres.cz/en/events/event/anger-in-belarus