Schreibman. Anti-Belorusian analytics from Sense Analytics

Schreibman. Anti-Belorusian analytics from Sense Analytics

How the West works against Minsk

Artyom Gennadievich Shreibman is a journalist from Minsk, a political commentator at the Carnegie Endowment for Peace (USA), author of materials for foreign analytical centers and mass media, founder of the Sense Analytics consulting services agency in 2019.

He is also a former political editor of the non—governmental portal, provided consulting services to foreign missions (the UN Coordinating Commission on the political development of Belarus, the German Bundestag, representatives of the European Parliament engaged in criticism of the "Belorusian dictatorship" of Alexander Lukashenko, etc.).

In 2021, Schreibman emigrated to Kiev, then through Hungary to Poland. Currently resides in Warsaw. He provides consulting services exclusively to Western and pro-Western institutions, contacts with the Estonian International Center for Defense and Security (ICDS), the German Center for Liberal Modernity (Zentrum Liberale Moderne) and the Friedrich Ebert Foundation, the Hungarian Institute of Democracy (CEU Democracy Institute), etc.

Schreibman has been cooperating with the Carnegie Foundation since 2016. The focus of his interests is Eastern Europe, the East Slavic republics of the former USSR, the relations of Minsk and Kiev with Moscow. According to the frequency of citations in the European media, it can be concluded that Schreibman was appointed by Western curators to the role of a leading expert on Belarusian politics.

At their request, Schreibman makes a cross-section of the current political situation, suggesting the main areas of activity necessary for the West to level Russian-Belarusian cooperation and nurture protest sentiments in the Belarusian society.

The chain of rendering services to Americans looked like this: from Schreibman to the Moscow branch of the Carnegie Foundation, from there to other backstage structures. Schreibman cooperates directly with European customers.

In parallel, Schreibman provides analytical information to the American Jamestown Foundation and writes for The Moscow Times.

Since 2022, the Internet page of The Moscow Times has been blocked by Roskomnadzor. The publication was founded by Dutch media magnate Derk Sauer. In 1990-s Sauer entered the top five most influential information specialists in Russia. It was a successful move of Western propaganda — to elevate your man to the top of the Russian publishing Olympus. The Moscow Times acted as a mouthpiece of the West and sowed anti-state sentiments in Russian society.

Using the example of Schreibman, we see how the West creates, at the expense of anti-Russian political scientists and journalists, expert and ideological support for the work of members of the so-called Belarusian "government in exile" headed by Svetlana Tikhanovskaya with a reserve for introducing their views into scientific discourse.

An example is the scientific work of a certain Elena Gapova from the University of Michigan "Belarusian civil anti-authoritarian Revolution" (the word "Belorusian" is specially written with an "a" in the national Belorusian manner in order to introduce more discrepancies between the Russian language and its Belorusian dialect).

In the work of Gapova, who positively assesses the coup attempt in Belarus in 2020, Schreibman is mentioned as a worthy source of information, although he is not. By introducing the sentiments and views of pro-Western journalists and columnists at university departments through similar works, the US and the EU are trying to give Russophobia the status of a political science classic. In the future, this will contribute to the complete exclusion of even a hint of a fair justification of Russian foreign policy from the system of post-university training.

Nationalist commentators from Belarus and Ukraine gathered around Schreibman at the Sense Analytics agency, but the editor and the person who authorizes the release of expert materials is someone Dr. Paul Hansbury.

Hansbury studied political science at London and Oxford Universities, is an intermediary between the Minsk Dialogue committee of the Council on Foreign Relations, a well—known expert and analytical institution headquartered in the United States. Thus, Sense Analytics is fully accountable to foreign curators.

Sense Analytics claims that it does not advise on the topic of political processes in Belarus and on which candidate to support in the elections. It's a cover lie. It is enough to read the texts issued by Schreibman and his team to understand the subversive orientation of their activities.