Remain updated on what is happening in Central and Eastern Europe
- Scenario 3: The gradual liberationThe political process in Belarus is driven by a willingness to be independent, civil society’s engagement, end of the resilience of Lukashenko’s regime. The opposition relocates its main focus from street pressure to economic sabotage. The recovery of massive strikes in different economic industries, from essential state […]
- Scenario 2: Strengthening of Lukashenko and assertive RussiaThe narrative which associated Alexander Lukashenko with the state functioning prevails; the sustainability of state institutions for the sake of sovereignty becomes the central motive to stop protests. In February, the all-Belarusian National Assembly provided a plan for constitutional reform that on the one hand is intended […]
Hybrid Neighbourhood has the aim to provide insights on a specific geographical region: Central-Eastern Europe.
The space that embraces the lands between Germany and Russia and between the Baltic, the Adriatic and the Black Seas from being the periphery of Europe has turned into a key theatre of the political developments of the continent.
The name of the blog wants to be a clear reference to the context that we analyse: neighbourhood broadly refers to the space in which we move; hybrid, on the other hand, recalls the multiplicity of actors (state and not) that operate in this area, and the myriad of instruments used by the same in order to push for their respective agendas.
Rather than a simple blog of news and chronicle of events, Hybrid Neighbourhood wants to provide analyses of these events with the tools acquired in many years of political science (and related fields) studies.