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Future of the Belarusian Language
What happens when empires crumble? We may see subpopulations begin to emphasize their unique identities or try to reassert their cultural idiosyncrasies. We're discussing one such population, the region inhabited by the people of Belarus. It's a landlocked country in Eastern Europe that borders Russia. We're talking to BYU scholar Tony Brown from the Department of Germanic and Slavic Languages about Belarus, particularly the future of the Belarusian language.—Original airdate: 3/6/2008

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