Real Hope for Belarus

The 2022 Nobel Peace Prize points to a higher truth.

The country of Belarus sometimes feels like a perennial source of bad news. Since the 1990s, the former Soviet state has been under the iron-fisted regime of ex-Communist functionary Alexander Lukashenko. Relics of the Soviet period—such as collective farming and a secret police that still calls itself the KGB—abound. When Belarus does make the Western news, it’s usually to do with a prominent journalist being thrown into prison, or threats to join Russia’s war in Ukraine, or some other disruption.

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