Belarus is becoming a state of particular importance for the stability of Eastern Europe, where the interests of major geopolitical players cross and where Russia is intensifying its pressure to accelerate the formation of a single state.

Considering the growing interest in the country, the New Strategy Center held the debate “Belarus: Union State, independence or Occupation?’, benefiting from the expertise of Mr. Arseny Sivitsky – Director of Center for Strategic and Foreign Policy studies in Minsk, Belarus. An interesting event about the security challenges in the region, the development of the relations between Belarus and Russia and about the very consistent economic involvement of China.