October 23, 2020

Kim Jong Un should be watching the Belarus uprising very closely

Belarusians are protesting against dictator Alexander Lukashenko, and it's unclear how Russia will intervene

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Eastern Europe is witnessing another revolution: protests in Belarus, a country that has been regarded as a remarkably stable and mildly prosperous authoritarian state for the last 20 years. But these protests may mark the end of dictator Alexander Lukashenko’s hold on power — and that should be a great lesson to North Korean leader Kim Jong Un.