Young people in Belarus want more than the stability Aleksander Lukashenka has offered for almost three decades. They may well get it.
The violent aftermath of the Belarusian election has exposed the erosion of trust among young people in the regime.
In flawed parliamentary elections, the opposition lost its only two seats. Nevertheless, the EU has little choice but to continue is cautious cooperation with Belarus.
The Great Stone industrial park outside Minsk currently feels like an empty monument to political ambition, but with Beijing’s backing it still has potential.