The migration crisis in Belarus, the EU’s weaknesses and the scenarios of the Lukashenko regime.

Belarus, Minsk: Actors performing a theater play. © Pierre Crom

“The migration crisis caused by the Lukashenko regime on the border with Poland highlights that the EU’s external borders can be destabilized from all directions, including from the East…”

Bosnia and Herzegovina, Velika Kladusa: A discarded box of aid provided by the European Union is seen near the border with the European Union. © Pierre Crom
Source: Frontex.europa.eu
Belarus, Minsk: Workers have a conversation in the Belarusian State Museum of the History of the Great Patriotic War. © Pierre Crom

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