The international community condemns “Europe’s last dictator”, but its rhetoric rings hollow as another strengthens his grip on power.

Aleksandr Grigoryevich Lukashenko and Milo Đukanović (via glas-javnosti.rs)
Belarus’ Aleksandr Grigoriyevich Lukashenko and Montenegro’s Milo Đukanović (via glas-javnosti.rs)

Over the past few weeks, Western media outlets seem to have re-discovered the existence of Belarus. The country that is largely known for its plentiful harvests of potatoes and its proximity to the Russian…