The Geopolitical Drama of Eastern Europe. Could Eastern Europe once again be partitioned? Part 1 of 2
The current crisis on the Polish-Belarusian border suggests that Eastern Europe won’t see peace and stability in this decade. The Ukrainian crisis together with the Belarussian crisis gives enough evidence that processes are occurring within the region that can affect the entire European continent, much more than was the case in 2014. A global dimension to the crisis was given by the threat of Poland to cut off its rail links to Belarus and the symmetrical threat of Belarus to cut off gas supplies to Europe through Belarussian territory.
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