The Economist's Charlemagne writes about EHU after a visit to our campus:
"It is not much to look at, but the modest yellow-brick building on the outskirts of Vilnius is a beacon of academic freedom shining into dictatorial Belarus. The European Humanities University (EHU) was founded in Minsk after the fall of Soviet communism to promote Western-style teaching of philosophy, history and much else. Alyaksandr Lukashenko, the president, shut it down in 2004. But against the odds, it was reborn in exile across the border in Lithuania."
Read the full story in the Economist.