Drakakhrust Yury. “The Amount Supporters of Those Supporting the Integration of Belarus and Russia Descreases”, Radio Liberty, January 2 (belarusian)
“CEC is loyal. The Majority of the Citizens Still Do Not Believe in Objectivity”, Radio Racya, January 4 (belarusian)
Pulsha Sergey. “Rating of Political Vacuum”, Belorusskie Novosty, January 5 (russian)
“Belarusian Voters Will Go to the Elections Without a Belief”, Brestsky Kurier, January 9-15 (russian)
IISEPS. “…Still Are Not Enemies”, Narodnaya Volya, January 9 (russian)
IISEPS. “Belarusians Think in Russia People Live Better”, Narodnaya Volya, January 10 (russian)
“Common View to Integration of Belarus and Russia”, Va Bank, January 13 (russian)
“Common View to the Acting President”, Va Bank, January 13 (russian)
“Sociologists Detect Stable Growth of Interest to Municipality Elections and Stability of Sympathy to Candidates”, Mediafakt-Analytics, N 3
Drakakhrust Yury. “The Church and the State in Contemporary Belarus”, Radio Liberty, January 13 (belarusian)
Kalinouski Valer. “The Absolute Majority of Belarusians Are Against the Third Term of Lukashenko’s Presidency”, Radio Liberty, January 17 (belarusian)
“Belarus to Europe”, Hartya’97, January 17 (russian)
Karmanau Yuras. “Poll: Lukashenko’s Popularity Falling”, Associated Press, January 17
Martinovich Viktor. “The Third Term Is Not So Far. People Agree for 27%”, Belorusskaya Gazeta, January 20 (russian)
Lebedev Vladimir. “The Phon for an Integration”, Svobodnye Novosty Plus, January 20-30 (russian)
Tomashevskaya Olga. “The Third One Is Superfluous”, Belorusskaya Delovaya Gazeta, January 21 (russian)
Temernitsky Timofey. “The Third Term: Pro et Contra”, Izvestia, January 21 (russian)
Pulsha Sergey. “Allergy to the Third Term”, Belorusskie Novosty, January 21 (russian)
“Belarusians Are Not Ready to Lose the Sovereignty”, Soyuz-Info, January 21 (russian)
Patsemkin Yury. “According to IISEPS’ Data, Majority of Belarusians Have Never Participated in Private Business and Are Not Going to Do It”, Zvyazda, January 22 (belarusian)
IISEPS. “What Do Belarusians Think about Economic Situation in the Country”, Narodnaya Volya, January 24 (russian)
Hrabry Oleg, Daneyko Elena. “Secret of the Union”, Expert.RU, January 27 (russian)
IISEPS. “Belarusians Don’t Believe Anybody?”, Natsionalnaya Ekonomicheskaya Gazeta, January 28 (russian)
IISEPS. “Belarusians and Private Enterprise”, Narodnaya Volya, January 30 (russian)
“Belarussian Students Prefer to Emigrate to Germany”, Deutsche Welle, January 30 (russian)
“Belarusians Get the Information from the Other Sources”, Brestsky Kurier, January 30 – February 5 (russian)
Drakokhrust Yury. “How to Come to Europe?”, Svobodnye Novosty Plus, January 30 – February 13 (russian)
IISEPS. “More Than One Half of Belarusians Consider Private Ownership to Be the Most Efficient Form of Ownership”, Sociological Bulletin “Zerkalo”, N 1 (russian)
IISEPS. “78 Percent of Belarusians Refer to Russian TV as The Main Source of Information; 64 Percent Say the Same about Belarusian TV”, Sociological Bulletin “Zerkalo”, N 1 (russian)
IISEPS. “More Than One Half of Belarusians Are Ready to Support Unification between Belarus and Russia”, Sociological Bulletin “Zerkalo”, N 1 (russian)
IISEPS. “64 Percent of Belarusians Set to Cast Their Votes in Forthcoming Local Elections”, Sociological Bulletin “Zerkalo”, N 1 (russian)
IISEPS. “Lukashenko’s Confidence Rating Has Grown from 36 to 38 Percent Over Past Three Months”, Sociological Bulletin “Zerkalo”, N 1 (russian)
Tsygankou Vital. “Wieck Is Going to Create a “Community of Friends of Belarus””, Radio Liberty, February 10 (belarusian)
Klaskovsky Alexander. “This Figures Are Really Crafty!”, Narodnaya Volya, February 12 (russian)
“Visiting Professor Criticizes the Regime in Belarus”, Westdeutsche allgemeine, February 15 (german)
Klaskovsky Alexander. “Would Like to Paradise, But Rating Doesn’t Let”, Narodnaya Volya, February 19 (russian)
Manaev Oleg. “I Consider, It’s Not Realistic to Speak about Integration of Belarus to the European Union Without the Enlargement of Cooperation with Russia, and Economic Relations in the First Time”, Kreml.ORG, February 21 (russian)
Frolov Valery. “Once a Moment Comes”, Belorusskaya Delovaya Gazeta, February 26 (russian)
Pulsha Sergey. “Half of the Experts Already Know Lukashenko’s Competitor”, Belorusskie Novosty, March 5 (russian)
IISEPS. “The Third Presidential Term: Opinion of an Elite”, Narodnaya Volya, March 6 (russian)
Sasnow Alyaksandr. “Belarusian Variant of the Struggle with Unemployment”, Natsionalnaya Ekonomicheskaya Gazeta, March 21 (russian)
“Internet-Forum “by’2003″ Has Coped with Its Tasks”, Belorusskie Novosty, March 25 (russian)
Daneyko Elena, Iljichov Georgy. “Slavophile and Slavofobia. The Russians and the Belarusians Didn’t Get to One Opinion Concerning Perspectives of the Integration”, Izvestia.RU, March 31 (russian)
Dudina Anastasia. “How to Construct Belarusian Internet”, Belorusskaya Gazeta, March 31 (russian)
IISEPS. “80 Percent of Belarusian Elite Do Not Trust Aleksandr Lukashenko”, Sociological Bulletin “Zerkalo”, N 3 (russian)
IISEPS. “73 Percent of Belarusian Elite Predict That Belarus Will Remain Sovereign State Over the Next Decade”, Sociological Bulletin “Zerkalo”, N 3 (russian)
Romanenko Yury. “Don’t Hurry up Mr. Integrators”, Agency for Business Information “Context”, April 4 (russian)
“Belarus Wants New Leadership As Support for Lukashenko Wanes: Poll”, Agence France-Presse, April 19
Kalinowsky Valer. “Majority of Belarusians Wants the Other President”, Radio Liberty, April 21 (belarusian)
“Some Changes Occurred in the Structure of Lukashenko’s Electorate”, Izvestia, April 22 (russian)
Drygailo Dmitry. “Integration or Panacea?”, Belorusskaya Delovaya Gazeta, April 23 (russian)
Pulsha Sergey. “It Remains to Find Belarusian Putin”, Narodnaya Volya, April 23 (russian)
Broessler Daniel. “Diktator unter Druck”, Suddeutsche Zeitung, April 23 (german)
Daneyko Elena. “Tired of “Batka”. Belarusians Are Ready to Change Lukashenko to Putin”, Izvestia, April 23 (russian)
Temernitsky Timofey. “Sociologists Analyze Past Municipal Elections”, Izvestia, April 23 (russian)
“The Third Force Has the Face of General Frolov”, Belorusskaya Delovaya Gazeta, April 24 (russian)
Skuratovich Konstantin. “Rating – for “Republic”, Belorussky Rynok, April 28 – May 3 (russian)
Skuratovich Konstantin. “The Advantage of Being Involved. Real Alternative to A. Lukashenko Can Emerge in Belarus”, Belorussky Rynok, April 28 – May 3 (russian)
Skuratovich Konstantin. “Shine and Poverty of the Domestic Sociology”, Belorussky Rynok, May 3-11 (russian)
Drakakhrust Yury. “Is There the Alternative to Lukashenko in Mass Consciousness?”, Radio Liberty, May 10 (belarusian)
Koktysh Marina. “Sergey Skrebets: “No Wish to Be the First to Be Shoot…”, Narodnaya Volya, May 14 (russian)
IISEPS. “Parties and Electorate”, Svobodnye Novosty Plus, May 22 – June 5 (russian)
Plugatariov Igor. “Belarus Chooses Putin”, Nezavisimaya Gazeta, May 26 (russian)
Rabchuk Yury. “Glad to Serve… What Does the Draft Law of Government Employees Promise to the Officials?”, Belorusskaya Delovaya Gazeta, May 27 (russian)
Dorokhov Vladimir. “Farewell to “the First Channel”? “, Abazhur, N 28-30 (russian)
IISEPS. “Independent Researches: the Trust Is Increasing”, Svobodnye Novosty Plus, June 5-19 (russian)
Kuznyatsow Syargey. “Majority of Belarusians Gets Information from Television…And Only Few Read News in Internet”, Zvyazda, June 5 (belarusian)
Pisalnik Andzhey. “The Third Term of Alexander Lukashenko?”, Pinskaya Nedelya, June 12 (russian)
“Internet – the Way of Social and Economic Progress “, Brestskaya Gazeta, June 16 (russian)
IISEPS. “Who Doesn’t Like Businessmen?”, Natsionalnaya Ekonomicheskaya Gazeta, June 17 (russian)
Trofimchuk Alexander, Tsapkov Valery. “Informational Society Needs the Freedom”, Brestsky Kurier, June 19-25 (russian)
IISEPS. “In the Foreground – Economic Problems”, Natsionalnaya Ekonomicheskaya Gazeta, June 20 (russian)
“Inscrutable Ways to Information Society”, Belorusskaya Gazeta, June 23 (russian)
Nevyarowski Algerd. “Belarusian Analysts Emphasize the Narrowing of Lukashenko’s Social Base?”, Radio Liberty, June 27 (belarusian)
“Where Have Belarusian Voters Disappeared?”, Chapter’97, July 2 (russian)
Mite Valentinas. “Ever More Isolated, Lukashenko Cracks Down on Cabinet, Media, Western Groups”, Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty, July 10
Manaev Oleg. “Under the Control”, Zgoda, July 12-19 (russian)
Manaev Oleg. “Dualization of the Belarusian Consciousness: Globalism Against Fundamentalism”, Svobodnye Novosty Plus, July 24 – August 7 (russian)
Sasnow Alyaksandr. “Everybody Must Use SТS, But Whether It Satisfies Everybody?”, Natsionalnaya Ekonomicheskaya Gazeta, August 12 (russian)
“Belarusian Analytics Differently Treat the Initiative of Opposition Parties to Coordinate Pre-election Campaign with Deputy Group “Republic””, INTERFAX-ANALYTICA (Belarus), N04 (44), August (russian)
IISEPS. “Where Do Belarusian Voters Disappear? Features of National Statistics”, Narodnaya Volya, August 20 (russian)
Sasnow Alyaksandr. “Standards and Life”, Natsionalnaya Ekonomicheskaya Gazeta, August 29 (russian)
Drygailo Dmitry. “The Control at Own Will. Is It Possible to Avoid Mass “Disappearance” of Voters?”, Novaya Gazeta, September 8 (russian)
“Only 30% of Brest Inhabitants Consider Themselves Not to Suffer From Visas Introduction”, Vecherny Brest, October 3 (russian)
IISEPS. “General And His Army”, Svobodnye Novosty Plus, October 9-16 (russian)
Daneyko Elena. “Not Casual Figures”, Izvestia, October 10 (russian)
Kalinowsky Valer. “Aleksander Lukashenko loses population’s support”, Radio Liberty, October 10 (belarusian)
Fomin Andrey. “The Majority of Belarusians Consider, That the Most Preferable Variant of Integration with Russia Is the Union of the Independent States”, ITAR-TASS, October 11 (russian)
Potemkin Yury. “According to IISEPS’ Data, During Last Five Months Alexander Lukashenko’s Rating Has Grown on 5 Percents And Now Is 31.7 Percents”, BELAPAN, October 13 (russian)
Kalinowsky Valer. “76% of Belarusians Want Their Country to Stay Independent”, Radio Liberty, October 14 (belarusian)
“President Rating Figures Published”, Belarus Today, October 14-20
Sheldysheva Nina. “Revolt on Opposition’s Ship”, Respublika, October 16 (russian)
Stefanovich Yakov. “No Politicians Has Come So Close to Lukashenko”, Belorusskaya Delovaya Gazeta, October 17 (russian)
Raskolnikov Rodion. “Versatile President Pleased Both Friends and Enemies”, Belorusskaya Gazeta, October 20 (russian)
Barbarich Gennady. “Waiting for the Alternative”, Belorussky Rynok, October 20-26 (russian)
Trofimchuk Alexander. “Are There an Alternative to Lukashenko?”, Brestsky Kurier, October 23-29 (russian)
IISEPS. “Rating as a Factor of Political Mobilization”, Svobodnye Novosty Plus, October 23-30 (russian)
Makovets Alexey. “Belarusian Station”, Zgoda, October 25 – November 1 (russian)
IISEPS. “Dilemma of a Prisoner”, Zgoda, November 1-8 (russian)
Khodyko Yury. “The Main Thing Is to Avoid the Fear. Young and Educated People in Belarus Support Opposition”, Svobodnye Novosty Plus, November 13-20 (russian)
Koktysh Marina. “Alyaksandr Sasnow: “When We Stop Leaving a Mess in Entrances – We Will Live Better”, Narodnaya Vlya, November 14 (russian)
IISEPS. “Just 19 Percent of Belarusians Advocate Integration of Belarus and Russia into One State”, Sociological Bulletin “Zerkalo”, N 10 (russian)
IISEPS. “More Than One Half of Belarusians Do not Consider Themselves Supporters of Opposition”, Sociological Bulletin “Zerkalo”, N 10 (russian)
IISEPS. “18 Percent of Belarusians Ready to Vote for Valery Frolov at the Next Presidential Election”, Sociological Bulletin “Zerkalo”, N 10 (russian)
IISEPS. “More Than One Half of Belarusians Plan to Cast Votes in Parliamentary Elections in 2004”, Sociological Bulletin “Zerkalo”, N 10 (russian)
IISEPS. “31 Percent of Belarusians Consider NATO as a Treat to Belarus”, Sociological Bulletin “Zerkalo”, N 10 (russian)
IISEPS. “About 40 Percent of Belarusians Would Emigrate from Belarus”, Sociological Bulletin “Zerkalo”, N 10 (russian)
IISEPS. “58 Percent of Belarusians Have No Privatized Property”, Sociological Bulletin “Zerkalo”, N 10 (russian)
IISEPS. “59 Percent of Belarusians Say That Aleksandr Lukashenko’s Rating Got Lower Over Past Two Years”, Sociological Bulletin “Zerkalo”, N 10 (russian)
Fedorova Mariya. “Gas Will Be. But How Much and What’s the Price?”, Belarusian News, November 26 (russian)
Sharova Yuliya. “Belarusian Immigrants in Ireland and Other Western Countries”, Radio Liberty, November 26 (belarusian)
IISEPS. “Lukashenko Have Lost Even Village”, Charter-97, November 27 (russian)
Starikevich Alexander. “Disappeared Voters”, Russian Kurier, December 6 (russian)
Drabchuk Ales. “Belarusians and Business”, Narodnaya Volya, December 13 (belarusian)
IISEPS. “Belarusians about Privatization”, Natsionalnaya Ekonomicheskaya Gazeta, December 16 (russian)
IISEPS. “Optimists and pessimists”, Natsionalnaya Ekonomicheskaya Gazeta, December 19 (russian)
Koktysh Alexander. “Belarus-Russia: Predetermined to Seek Friendship? Part 1. Gas and oil addiction”, Svobodnye Novosty Plus, December 25 – January 7 (russian)