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Putin's Closest Ally Fears Takeover as Kremlin Plots Succession
Vladimir Putin may look beyond Russia for a mechanism to keep power after his current term ends.
Belarus Halts Exports Due to Low-Quality Russian Oil
Belarus found that the Russian oil contained 17 times the normal level of chlorides.
‘Brazen’ Import Ban Prompts Belarus to Close Russian Pipeline
A new flare-up in tensions between Russia and Belarus is straining talks of merging the sides into one country.
Half of Russians Oppose Full-Fledged Union With Belarus, Poll Says
Observers say the results reflect a hidden fear that the union could produce a mixed bag for the Russian economy.
War of Words Pushes Belarus-Russia Relations to the Brink
Why the Russian ambassador in Minsk is raising the stakes.
On the fence
Belarus Leader Seeks Better Ties With West Despite Russian 'Hysterics'
Belarus will seek better ties with the West even though this provokes "hysterics" from its traditional ally Russia, long-serving President Alexander Lukashenko...
Yuri Tsarik for Riddle
Russia and Belarus Integration Talks Reach Deadlock
Both countries have acknowledged their inability to reach an agreement.
Belarus Ready to 'Unite' With Russia, Lukashenko Says
“The two of us could unite tomorrow, no problem,” Lukashenko said.
A Valentine's Day Ski Date for Two: Putin and Lukashenko Hit the Slopes
The two presidents had a picture-perfect time out on the slopes.
Belarus Will Never Send 'Bad Vodka' to the Russians, Lukashenko Promises Putin
"You must remember that we will never deliver bad vodka or bad snacks to the Russians,” Lukashenko said to Putin.
A Brotherly Takeover: Could Russia Annex Belarus?
If Putin wishes to remain president after 2024, annexing Belarus and then becoming leader of the Union State is rife with unpredictable risks.
Putin's Retirement Plan Depends on Belarus
To retain power, he is positioning himself as the leader of a closer union between Russia and its dependent neighbor.
News From Russia: What You Missed Over the Weekend
Meat and potatoes. Products non grata. Cold turkey.
Russia, Belarus Decry Loss of ‘Brotherly Trust’ Ahead of Summit
Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko said he has stopped calling Russia a "brotherly state."
'An Attack on Belarus Is an Attack on Russia,' Moscow Warns
Russia has expressed concerns over a Polish proposal to establish a permanent U.S. military base in the country.
Belarus Is the Real Victim of Russia's Zapad War Games (Op-ed)
The hysteria around the exercises puts unprecedented pressures on Minsk.
Pilot Not in Control of Gunship That Misfired on Zapad Bystanders — Kommersant
The Defense Ministry said the incident did not take place on Monday and there were no casualties other than a damaged truck
Russian Helicopters May Have Fired on Bystanders at Zapad Military Drills
Two people were hospitalized with heavy injuries after the incident
Zapad Is a Window Into How Russia Works (Op-ed)
The U.S. cannot wish Russia away, but the military drills can help Washington understand its adversary better
Kremlin Advisor Surkov and U.S. Envoy Volker to Discuss Ukraine
The sides agreed to meet in Minsk after the U.S. proposed Vienna and Moscow suggested Kaliningrad
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