Will the death of a chief diplomat change anything in Belarus?
Even before the Belarusian Foreign Minister Vladimir Makei’s sudden death, it was hard to see how Minsk could ever return to its multi-vector foreign policy as long as Lukashenko remains in power, not to mention while the fighting rages in Ukraine. His pro-Western profile was only functional, says Belarusian commentator Artyom Shraibman for Carnegie Politika.
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