Newsweek: mass protests in Russia practically dispersed in Belarus

"In the past month — the newspaper writes, — Nizhny Novgorod about 20 thousand law enforcement officers were involved to stop the anti-Putin demonstrations little to what 150 people participated. Much of protesters were arrested. ""Such excessive use of force characteristic Putin ally Alexander Lukashenko" — the newspaper notes. "And it is very contrasts with the situation in Ukraine, where, after the dissolution of parliament and early elections occur destination showcasing multi-million "for" and "against" the president that no one accelerates. Some Russian edition they say that the actions of Ukraine "chaotic and worthy of laughter." Promiscuous? Maybe "- writes"

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Russian Newsweek: In 2011 Russia will start economic blockade of Belarus

Society "The war between Dmitry Medvedev and Alexander Lukashenko came to a head: Moscow and Minsk are preparing for the economic blockade of Belarus" — writes the Russian Newsweek, analyzing the current state of Russian-Belarusian relations.

Here are a few excerpts from the article "The conversation disorder", published on the website of the Russian magazine:

"Russia and Belarus for almost one and a half months of fighting a war of nerves, and by December it will not end. First attack took place in Moscow July 4, NTV television showed a documentary film" The Godfather. "The next day, Medvedev and Lukashenko

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The regime change that everyone will like

Society The article with the headline of the weekly Newsweek claims that the regime of Alexander Lukashenko came not very frequent coincidence of thought Brussels and Moscow on the policy on post-Soviet territory.

According to the weekly, both the European Union and Russia want to change Lukashenko after the presidential elections in Belarus, which are most likely to take place in early 2011.

"The Kremlin finally ran out of patience with Lukashenko. Russia has invested $ 50 billion in the Lukashenko regime, but it all the same not behaves as a loyal politician, "- Newsweek quoted Alexander Kozulin and recalls

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Newsweek: Gaddafi guard the virgin, Lukashenko gives agricultural expertise, and Kim Jong Il fun with teams of joy

Society The latest edition of the weekly Newsweek ran a "List of despots," in which the 10 government leaders in the world is perceived as autocrats, dictators and tyrants.

The list includes Muammar Gaddafi of Libya, Kim Jong Il of North Korea, Alexander Lukashenko of Belarus, Robert Mugabe of Zimbabwe, Bashar al-Assad of Syria, with Than Shwe of Burma, Omar al-Bashir of Sudan, Turkmenistan Gurbanguly Berdymuhamedav, Islam Karimov of Uzbekistan and Theodore Obiyang of Equatorial Guinea.

"The list of despots" has a clear humorous slant, as the heroes of this list are characterized by the magazine through such features as,

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