On May 31 EAST research fellow Andrei Yeliseyeu presented his research of Belarus-Poland relationship in Riga, Latvia. This was part of a presentation of a book Belarusian Foreign Policy: 360° by the Latvia’s Centre for East European Policy studies.
The aim of this volume edited by the CEEPS’s Executive director Andis Kudors is to give an inclusive look at the factors that have influenced Belarus’ foreign policy towards neighbouring countries (with special attention to Russia), the EU and the NATO, after the annexation of Crimea in 2014.
Andrei Yeliseyeu’s book chapter on Poland- Belarus relationship
Electronic edition of the book Belarusian Foreign Policy: 360° by CEEPS