7th Belarus Reality Check Non-Paper

7th Belarus Reality Check Non-Paper

The 7th Belarus Reality Check took place on June 21, 2017 in Vilnius, Lithuania. Organized by the Eastern Europe Studies Centre (EESC) with the support from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Lithuania, USAID through Pact and Forum Syd, and together with programmatic contributions from the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, the event gathered leading Belarusian and international experts and practitioners to discuss the latest political, economic and security developments in Belarus and to provide evidence-based analysis and balanced policy advice. 

The review group is comprised of top Western, Belarusian and regional analysts with a particular emphasis on the independent character of the group in order to achieve evidence-based and balanced policy advice. The non-papers are product of the BRC meetings, fact-checking and peer review process. They are released in order to contribute to the policy debate in and outside of Belarus. 

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