Alina Belskaya

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Alina Belskaya, Belarus, "was forced to flee her country under threat of imprisonment for her involvement in demonstrations against the authoritarian regime of A. Lukashenka. In Belgium, where she currently lives, she works for the German Marshall Fund on issues related to the Euro-Atlantic integration of Belarus and the wider Black Sea region. A member of the Crisis Management Initiative, she also sits on the board of the Youth Atlantic Treaty Association. Alina would like to learn more about the role of NATO in democratization and the role of grass roots movements in improving socioeconomic conditions of communities." [1]

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  1. Twenty-seven Stanford Summer Fellows on Democracy and Development announced for 2007, Center on Democracy, Development and the Rule of Law, accessed May 18, 2010.