Romania rarely features in international media, yet the scenes of mass demonstrations in Bucharest and other major cities last week may feel oddly familiar to Western TV audiences. Large-scale protests […]
The biggest star of the election night news conference by Roumen Radev was not the candidate himself, leading in the exit polls after the first round ...
One of the defining trends in the global economy in 2015 was the persistently low prices of oil, which sank to their lowest in more than a decade in D ...
As clocks ticked away the last hours of 2014, the news that the parliament in Athens was dissolved on the last day of the year to pave the way for [&h ...
A year ago, nearly to the day, Russian President Vladimir Putin was announcing, during a visit to Ankara, that the South Stream gas pipeline would be re-directed, making landfall in […]
Romanian Prime Minister Victor Ponta resigned on November 4 following large protests against the authorities’ response in the aftermath of the fatal fire in a Bucharest nightclub at the weekend, […]
A year after the Corporate Commercial Bank (CCB) asked to be put under the central bank’s administration on June 20 2014, Bulgaria has made very little headway towards a satisfactory […]
The first reactions from Bulgarian politicians on Russian president Vladimir Putin’s surprising announcement that Moscow would shelve the South Stream pipeline were predictably uneven, given the existing divide in Bulgaria […]
Russian president Vladimir Putin said on December 1 that state-owned gas monopoly Gazprom would shelve plans to build the South Stream gas pipeline under the Black Sea, meant to bypass […]
Moldovan voters will head to polling stations on November 23 to elect a new parliament, a vote that is seen as a key test of the country’s course for closer […]