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Четверг, 16 января 2020 10:17

Program "B for Belarus", 16-01-2020

Владимир Баранич

January 16, 2020. Another program “B for Belarus” on PRIMUS radio. This time the major theme of the program is “Women in Belarus. Who wears trousers in the Belarusian family?”. We cover this theme with Vladimir Baranich, a country consultant and media analyst.

  • status of the Belarusian woman in the family.
  • a Belarusian woman as Jack of all trades.
  • Women in the conservative chauvinistic culture where Belarusian men tend to ignore the beauty and value of Belarusian women that are around them.
  • Foreigners appreciate the beauty and character of Belarusian women more that Belarusians themselves.
  • the phenomenon of the holiday “March 8” (international women’s day).
  • Is Belarus ready for a woman president?
  • Belarusian women as powerful generators of intangible assets for Belarus (Domracheva, Alexiyevich, Azarenko, Sobolenko) and at the same time – stumbling blocks on the way of reforms.

 

Опубликовано в B for Belarus
Среда, 18 декабря 2019 16:20

Program "B for Belarus", 19-12-2019

Владимир Баранич

19 december 2019 Vladimir Baranich, a country consultant and media analyst (www.expat.by) in the program “B for Belarus” on news, views, events and comments from Belarus (center of Europe by the way). Today the major theme of the program is “Belarusians law abiding people? What "rule of law" looks like in Belarus"

  • over 50% of all Belarusians are law breakers. Out of 16 million law violations 80% are in the area of traffic rules.
  • why Belarusians show little respect to formal law?
  • laws as guidelines and wishes subject to abuse by interpretation;
  • what saves Belarusians from stupid discriminatory laws?
  • the notion of “telephonogramma” (order from a state body given orally to a business or another governmental structure or a budgetary organization)
  • Belarus and the introduction of trial by jury. Will it work?
  • absence of participatory democracy, private property and active civil society in Belarus as the foundation of disrespect to Law.

 

 

Опубликовано в B for Belarus
Среда, 27 ноября 2019 14:09

Program "B for Belarus", 27-11-2019

Владимир Баранич

Vladimir Baranich, a country consultant and media analyst in the program “B for Belarus” on news, views, events and comments from Belarus (center of Europe by the way). Today the major theme of the program is “Food in Belarus or you are what you eat”

  • traditional Belarusian cuisine: potatoes, pork and lard in hundreds of forms and combinations;
  • foreign cuisines in Belarus: are Belarusians eating habit conservative or innovative?
  • drinking habits: hundreds of kinds of moonshine and tinctures;
  • fame of Belarusian dairy products;
  • gastronomic tourism In Belarus. It is definitely worth trying.

 

 

Опубликовано в B for Belarus
Среда, 23 октября 2019 14:42

Program "B for Belarus", 23-10-2019

Владимир Баранич

Vladimir Baranich, a country consultant and media analyst in the program “B for Belarus” on news, views, events and comments from Belarus (center of Europe by the way). Today the major theme of the program is “Elections in Belarus. How different are they in Belarus and in the West?”

  • Why about half of Belarusians believe we have democratic elections in Belarus?
  • Early voting as a means to ensure the turnout and the needed result.
  • Observation under strict control of the authorities. Vote count as a sacred ritual of the authorities – for their eyes only.
  • Why are so many people (over 550) who are eager to take part in the political performance called “parliamentary elections”?
  • Growing dissatisfaction with democracy in the West and in Europe. People are growing more skeptical about their governing elite.
Опубликовано в B for Belarus
Четверг, 10 октября 2019 08:53

Program "B for Belarus", 10-10-2019

Владимир Баранич

Vladimir Baranich, a country consultant and media analyst in the program “B for Belarus” on news, views, events and comments from Belarus (center of Europe by the way). Today the major theme of the program is “Belarus and security in the modern world. The most effective ways to ensure it”.

  • Belarus as a country with a lot of policemen: 1442 per 100 thousand people. Why so many people in the uniform?
  • Personal safety in Belarus: homicide rate – 78th place in the world, traffic deaths – 45th place in the world.
  • Was Security conference in Minsk with the participation of A. Lukashenko about PR of the Belarusian regime or is it a statement of Belarus independence and its unique role on the security structure of Europe?
  • According to Global Militarization Index Belarus ranks № 5 in Europe. Why is Belarus so militarized? What is it afraid of?
  • Six pillars of soft power: government, enterprise, engagement, education, digital, culture. What are Belarus comparative advantages in these areas?

 

Опубликовано в B for Belarus
Среда, 25 сентября 2019 11:52

Program "B for Belarus", 25-09-2019

Владимир Баранич

Vladimir Baranich, a country consultant and media analyst in the program “B for Belarus” on news, views, events and comments from Belarus (center of Europe by the way).

  • Today the major theme of the program is “Why Belarusians are gloomy and blue. An American in Minsk”
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n50AAoLrvtw&feature=youtu.be&fbclid=IwAR0jmH3AkWMfaOsZyJGqVprd5L5joLfe_AeAEjHI1rH9IeLlGaD2sjAi-JQ
  • Comparing this view with the views of an Englishman
    https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLMfo0u8amLqAqKIqAMWyRG5599UeXBN8r (Bald and bankrupt)
  • what a foreigner can be impressed of in Minsk and in Belarus.
  • Are Belarusians really blue and gloomy?
  • Are impressions of male foreigners different from impressions of female foreigners in Belarus?
  • monuments, granite, marble and cleanness as a way to divert attention from the real life and culture of Belarusians.

 

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