Voswinkel Johannes. “Where KGB Is Still Called KGB”, Die Zeit, January 15 (German)
Koktysh Alexander. “Belarus – Russia: Predetermined to Seek Friendship? Part 2. New Nationalism Policy”, Svobodnye Novosty Plus, January 15-22 (Russian)
Koktysh Alexander. “Belarus – Russia: Predetermined to Seek Friendship? Part 3. Snare for President”, Svobodnye Novosty Plus, January 22-29 (Russian)
Koktysh Alexander. “Belarus – Russia: Predetermined to Seek Friendship? Part 4. Deal with Reality”, Svobodnye Novosty Plus, January 29 – February 5 (Russian)
Daneyko Elena. “Recipe of Success from Sociologists”, Izvestya, January 30 (Russian)
“Belarus-2006: Ways of Changes”, Svobodnye Novosty Plus, February 5-12 (Russian)
Makhovsky Andrej. “Minsk Starts New Campaign Against Corruption”, Reuters, February 17 (Russian)
Marinitch Mikhail. “Collapse?”, Narodnaya Volya, February 20 (Russian)
Yanchuk Mikhail. “Playing on a Tube”, Brestsky Kourier, February 26 (Russian)
Leshkevich Yuras. “Pipe With Political Shade. Why Lukashenko Receded?”, Trud, February 27 (Russian)
Dorokhov Vladimir. “Vote for “5+”. Will Voter Understand?”, Belorusskaya Gazeta, March 8 (Russian)
Trofimchuk Alexander. “Sausage or Independence?”, Brestsky Kourier, March 11 (Russian)
Levkov Valery. “We Are Discussed and Сondemned”, Belorusskaya Delovaya Gazeta, March 26 (Russian)
Ocenasova Zuzana. “O letnej dovolenke a falosnom Robinovi Hoodovi”, SME online, 29 marec (Slovak)
Drakakhrust Yury. “34% of Belarusians Consider Great Duche of Lithuania the First Belarusian State”, Radio Liberty, April 2 (Belarusian)
Poznyak Kirill. “The President Heated up His Rating on Gas”, Belorusskie Novosty, April 2 (Russian)
Pulsha Sergej. “Integration Is Like a Pole”, Belorusskie Novosty, April 2 (Russian)
IISEPS. “Is the Economic Situation in the Country Improving?”, Narodnaya Volya, April 3 (Russian)
Zajtsev Alexander. “People and Authority Are United in Struggle Against Corruption “, Belorusskie Novosty, April 4 (Russian)
Zajtsev Alexander. “We Can’t Go Back to BSSR”, Belorusskie Novosty, April 5 (Russian)
IISEPS. “Do Belarusians Need Russian Currency?”, Narodnaya Volya, April 6 (Russian)
Antonov Vyacheslav. “Can’t Entice Into Russia with Ruble “, Novye Izvestia, April 7 (Russian)
IISEPS. “Heads Want Not, Masses Cannot: Stability in Belarusian”, Svobodnye Novosty Plus, April 8-15 (Russian)
Patolyatov Dmitry. “The Belarusian Stability – Who Needs Changes”, Brestsky Kourier, April 8 (Russian)
Bolonskaya Yanina. “Them Are Treated with Instructions, They Treat with Mistrust”, Belorusskaya Delovaya Gazeta, April 9 (Russian)
Korneliuk Natalya. “Market Socialism: the Belarusian Model”, Izvestia, April 9 (Russian)
IISEPS. “He Who Takes from the Poor Will Never Want…”, Narodnaya Volya, April 13 (Russian)
Drakakhrust Yury. “Only 1% of Belarusians Trust Russian Ruble “, Radio Liberty, April 13 (Belarusian)
Klaskowsky Alexander. “In the Most Sports’ Country of the Universe They Introduce Ideology of Outsiders”, Narodnaya Volya, April 14 (Russian)
Maksymiuk Jan. “Poll Studies Origins of Statehood”, Belarus Today, April 15 (English)
Temernitsky Timophey. “Oleg Manaev: “The More People Learn about Notorious Disappearances, More Critical they Treat the Policy of Authority””, Izvestia, April 16 (Russian)
Pulsha Sergey. “Not People for Opposition, but Opposition for People!”, Belorusskie Novosty, April 20 (Russian)
Svirko Yury. “More Optimists in Belarus”, Radio Liberty, April 21 (Belarusian)
IISEPS. “Parliamentary Elections in Belarus: Electoral Landscape”, Svobodnye Novosty Plus, April 22-29 (Russian)
Svirko Yury. “Belarusians Don’t Like Russia Any More and Are Not Eager to Unit”, Kommersant, April 23 (Russian)
Manaev Oleg. “We Are All from the 90-th”, Belorussky Rynok, April 26 – May 2 (Russian)
Oreshko Laviniya. “Chances of Democratic Forces for Success in Parliamentary Elections Are Real if They Would Follow Some Recommendations”, – Director of IISEPS О. Manaev thinks”, BELAPAN, April 28 (Russian)
IISEPS. “Notorious Disappearances as a Factor of Governmental Delegitimisation”, Svobodnye Novosty Plus, April 29 – May 6 (Russian)
IISEPS. “He Who Takes from the Poor Will Never Want”, Svobodnye Novosty Plus, May 13-20 (Russian)
Lychavko Alexander. “Blue Screen Shivers and Shakes”, Zgoda, May 14 (Russian)
Aleksandrov Viktor. “Population Sympathizes to Entrepreneurs”, Natsionalnaya Ekonomicheskaya Gazeta, May 18 (Russian)
Fedorova Mariya. “Incomes Grow? It’s Before the Elections”, Svobodnye Novosty Plus, May 19-26 (Russian)
IISEPS. “Most Belarusians Are Discontented with Democracy Development and Human Rights Observance in the Country”, Narodnaya Volya, May 21 (Russian)
IISEPS. “Coming from Grand Duchy of Lithuania”, Narodnaya Volya, May 22 (Russian)
IISEPS. “Do Belarusians Need Russian Currency?”, Svobodnye Novosty Plus, May 26 мая – June 2 (Russian)
Mazaeva Olga. “Belarusians Want to Change Lukashenko for Putin, but Are Growing Cold to Union with Russia”, Nezavisimaya Gazeta, May 30 (Russian)
Pulsha Sergey. “Elite Is Becoming More and More Unsatisfied”, Belorusskie Novosty, May 30 (Russian)
“Mister President, Nobody is Sutisfied with Your Actions”, Belorusskaya Delovaya Gazeta, June 1 (Russian)
Sasnow Alyaksandr. “Dirty Election Technologies – Belarusian Version”, Narodnaya Volya, June 1 (Russian)
IISEPS. “Elite Doesn’t Support the Course of Authorities”, Svobodnye Novosty Plus, June 2-9 (Russian)
Manaev Oleg. “Silence of elites”, Zgoda, June 3 (Russian)
IISEPS. “93% of Public Opinion’ Leaders of Belarus are Sure that Parliamentary Elections 2004 Will Not Be Free and Fair”, Narodnaya Volya, June 3 (Belarusian)
Potemkin Yury. “М. Marinich Is Mostly Supported by Belarusian Elite as a Possible Candidate to Presidency”, BELAPAN, June 4 (Russian)
IISEPS. “Elections: Not to Rely on Honesty”, Belorussky Rynok, June 14-20 (Russian)
IISEPS. “Arrest of Marinich: Political Version…”, Svobodnye Novosty Plus, June 16-23 (Russian)
Manaev Oleg. “Elite and Presidential Election”, Zgoda, June 18 (Russian)
IISEPS. “Elite and Parliamentary Election”, Svobodnye Novosty Plus, June 23-30 (Russian)
“Triumph of Constant or Dominance of Political Version”, Brestsky Kurier, June 24 (Russian)
Kozlovich Andrey. “Elite’s” Research or Why the Opposition Constantly Loses in Elections”, Respublika, June 25 (Russian)
Makhovsky Andrey. “In Belarus 62.6% of Citizens Are Going to Participate in Election”, Reuters, July 6 (Russian)
Poznyak Kirill. “People Are Waiting for Worthy Non-Lukashenko”, Belorusskie Novosty, July 6 (Russian)
Pulsha Sergey. “Belarusians Need no Sickle, nor Hummer, neither a Russian Ruble”, Belorusskie Novosty, July 7 (Russian)
“Bases for the Power – Nostalgia, Nomenclature and Russia”, Vremya Novostey, July 8 (Russian)
Temernitsky Timofey. “In Minsk They Declare the Intentions to Activate Contacts with European Union”, Izvestya, July 9 (Russian)
IISEPS. “Silent Revolution”, or Changes in the Structure of Belarusian Society”, Narodnaya Volya, July 9 (Russian)
Gulyaeva Marina. “And a Thin Layer of Chocolate…Social Privileges in Belarus Are “Smeared” on All the Stratum of Society”, Belorusskaya Gazeta, July 12 (Russian)
Makhovsky Andrey. “Belorussia is Waiting for Interesting Elections”, Reuters, July 14 (Russian)
IISEPS. “Belarusians in Common Life: with Glass, but with No Sex”, Express Novosty, July 15 (Russian)
IISEPS. “Socio-econmic Perspectives Population Associates with the Other President”, Narodnaya Volya, July 16 (Russian)
Boboed Ulyana. “For Belarusian Families Dacha is More Important Then…Sex”, Komsomolskaya Pravda v Belorussii, July 16 (Russian)
IISEPS. “What Economy Do Belarusians Need “, Narodnaya Volya, July 17 (Russian)
“Demand for Independent Candidates”, Belorussky Rynok, July 19-25 (Russian)
Neverovsky Olgerd. “Opposition Can Win Only United”, Belarus Today, July 20-26 (English)
IISEPS. “The Way to a Success in Through Consolidation”, Svobodnye Novosty Plus, July 21-28 (Russian)
Drakokhrust Yuri. “Heroes for Belarusians”, Sociological Bulletin BELAPAN “Zerkalo”, № 7 (Russian)
Manaev Oleg. “Influence of Think Tanks on Public Opinion and Policy-making in Belarus”, Sociological Bulletin BELAPAN “Zerkalo”, № 7 (Russian)
Agaev Viktor. “Freedom of Speech in Belarus”, Deutsche Welle, July 27 (Russian)
IISEPS. “Belarusians in Common Life: with Glass but no Sex”, Svobodnye Novosty Plus, July 28 – August 4 (Russian)
Tomashevskaya Olga. “Will They Increase the Term for Graduates?”, Belorusskie Novosty, July 30 (Russian)
IISEPS. “Belarusians Are Ready to Support Lukashenko Opponent. But Still Do not Know Such a Person”, Narodnaya Volya, August 4 (Russian)
Tomashevskaya Olga. “Choose Whom You Want. New Parliament of Belarus Can Bring Surprises”, Vremya Novostey, August 4 (Russian)
Agaev Victor. “Elite Ready to Turn Away from Lukashenko”, Belarus Today, August 3-9 (English)
Rybnikov Maksim, Tkachenko Ekaterina. “Personal Ideas of Professor Manaev”, Vremya, August 4-12 (Russian)
IISEPS. “How to Foster Belarusians to Changes”, Narodnaya Volya, August 11 (Russian)
Drakakhrust Yuri. “Will Belarus Follow Russia’s Example?”, Belarus Today, August 10-16 (English)
Vasina Olga. “Peculiarities of National Family Life”, Natsionalnaya Ekonomicheskaya Gazeta, August 13 (Russian)
IISEPS. “What Economy Do We Need”, Natsionalnaya Ekonomicheskaya Gazeta, August 31 (Russian)
Maksymiuk Jan. “What Do Vodka and Sex Have to Do with Lukashenko’s Rule?”, Belarus Today, August 31 – September 6 (English)
Dautin Alexander. “Candidates Didn’t Get to Net”, Belorusskaya Delovaya Gazeta, August 31 (Russian)
Wasilewskaya Kristina. “To Stop “Brain Flow”, Vremya, September 2-9 (Russian)
IISEPS. “Interest to Integration Falls?”, Natsionalnaya Ekonomicheskaya Gazeta, September 3 (Russian)
IISEPS. “Where Do Belarusians Aspire?”, Natsionalnaya Ekonomicheskaya Gazeta, September 7 (Russian)
Naumova Anna, Tomashevskaya Olga. “Alexander the Third. Lukashenko Wants to Stay the President in 2006”, Vremya Novostey, September 8 (Russian)
Pulsha Sergey. “Phantom Named “Ecoom”, Belorusskie Novosty, September 15 (Russian)
Fedorova Maria. “Deflation: Lamps Are Shining”, Narodnaya Volya, September 16 (Russian)
Klaskowsky Alexander. “Pushes the Rating Higher a Dark Horse?”, Narodnaya Volya, September 24 (Russian)
Polessky Yanov. “Magnetism of an Invented Percent”, Belorusskaya Delovaya Gazeta, September 28 (Russian)
Tomkovich Alexander. “SОS from Sasnow”, Svobodnye Novosty Plus, October 6-13 (Russian)
“The Third Term of the President Lukashenko: For and Against”, Svobodnye Novosty Plus, October 6-13 (Russian)
Ilyichev Georgy. “What Belarusians Think about Their President”, Izvestia.RU, October 18 (Russian)
IISEPS. “In the Eyes of Elite. Leaders and Experts’ Opinion of Russia-Belarus relations”, Svobodnye Novosty Plus, October 20-27 (Russian)
Dubnov Vadim. “Bulba-3, or Batka Put the Last Point”, Novoe Vramya, N 43 (Russian)
Zelenkova Anastasia. “In Danger of Default?”, Salidarnasc, October 29 – November 4 (Russian)
Maksymiuk Jan. “Will Belarusians Find Out the Truth about the Referendum”, Belarus Today, November 9-15 (English)
Naumova Anna, Tomashevskaya Olga. “Death Swamp. In Belarus Has Become a Calm before the Storm”, Vremya Novostey, November 16 (Russian)
“Conflicting Aspirations”, Belorussky Rynok, November 29 – December 5 (Russian)
Nechapaika Tatiana. “Minsk Don’t Celebrate Union Jubilee”, ВВС, December 8 (Russian)
Kalinowsky Valer. “IISEPS:49% of Belarusians Voted for Changes in Constitution on the October, 17”, Radio Liberty, December 13 (Belarusian)
Levshina Irina. “At Night of December 13 KGB Searched Apartment of Political Scientist and IISEPS Head Alyksandr Sasnow”, BelaPAN, December 14 (Russian)
Potemkin Yury. “IISEPS Board States: Authorities Put Pressure on Institute’s Staff”, BelaPAN, December 14 (Russian)
“IISEPS to Be Closed?”, Belorusskiye Novosty, December 14 (Russian)
“A. Lukashenko’s Statement to Al-Arabia TV Channel Is Indiscreet”, Narodnaya Volya, December 14 (Russian)
IISEPS. “President’s Electoral Resources”, Svobodnye Novosty Plus, December 15 (Russian)
IISEPS. “KGB vs IISEPS”, Zgoda, December 17 (Russian)
Manaev Oleg. “Female Face of Belarusian Alternative”, Zgoda, December 17 (Russian)
Manaev Oleg. “Paradoxes of Public Credit”, Zgoda, December 17 (Russian)
Skuratovich Konstantin. “Bacon’s Refutation”, Belorussky Rynok, December 20-26 (Russian)
“EU and US Ambassadors to Belarus Announce Their Support to IISEPS”, BDG-online, December 21 (Russian)
Naumova Anna, Tomashevskaya Olga. “Orange Concerns of Belarus”, Vremya Novostey, December 21 (Russian)
“IISEPS Ready to Work without Legal Status”, INTERFAX, December 21 (Russian)
Zhluktenko Varvara. “Echo of Maidan”, Den, December 29 (Russian)