New World Bank report charts path to net zero energy in Emerging Europe and Central Asia, but says current ambitions are too modest.
Russia and Belarus are collaborating to establish a unified database of "extremists," according to the Belarusian ambassador in Moscow BelTA reported on February 6.
Eurosceptics' ability to exploit protests will test the EU's potential to influence its Eastern Neighbourhood. At the same time, electoral cycles in Eastern Europe favour the consolidation and perpetuation of autocracies.
Last week was the 77th birthday of Belarus’ most famous babushka, Nina Baginskaya. Baginskaya was an icon during the mass protests of 2020. But Belarus' cause has since been overshadowed by Ukraine's war. Will Ukraine now suffer the same fate?
Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko has signed off on changes to the law on the Belarusian presidency that grant him immunity from prosecution should he ever leave office and implements stricter eligibility criteria for presidential candidates.
Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko organised a New Year’s Eve party for kids, including children abducted by Russia from Ukraine, sparking international condemnation, Kyiv Independent reported on January 4.
Leaked documents seen by Bloomberg suggest that there was an incident at Belarus’ Russian-built Ostrovets (aka Astravets in Lithuanian) nuclear power plant in February 2022
The governors of the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development have approved a resolution to increase the bank’s paid-in capital by €4bn, raising its capital base to €34bn – the third increase in the bank's history.
Throughout each year, Macro-Advisory tracks and records all books published which are relevant for investors and business managers/planners covering the broad Eurasia region and lists the best ones.
The aggregated return on equity across all markets this year may surpass the 20% level, a ratio last seen in 2005 or 2006.
The great and good have assembled in UAE’s capital of Dubai for the COP28 conference to hash out a plan to avert the looming environmental disaster, but its probably too late.