Belarusian Yearbook – 2012
This publication is an annual integral analysis of the essential spheres of the state and society.
The Government That Has No Fear
Security Agencies: The rise of new elites
Armed Forces: Degradation of the defense potential
Parliament: Constancy with minimal changes
Local Authorities: Stability and controllability
Russia – Belarus: Eurasian waltz
Belarus – USA: Stepping off the freezing point?
Pro-Government NGOs: Everyone chooses his own service
Third Sector: Solidarity and competition
Media: Conservative reform/migration
Mikhail Doroshevich, Marina Sokolova
Internet Development and Usage
Contradicting Ideas for Education Policy
Churches and the State: Ten years after the law On religion
Health Care: End of the welfare state
Post-National Culture: Life in defiance of concepts
Sports: Olympic failure and overall regression
Public Opinion: Back to what it used to be, or a bifurcation point?
The Most Momentous Events of 2012 through the Prism of Public Opinion
Energy Sector: The heyday before the sale
Foreign Investments: Focusing on loans
Agriculture: First growth, then money