The other day, I was talking to a Bulgarian acquaintance, who lives in my neighbourhood, about issues people with disabilities have in Sofia. Steering wheelchairs around potholes or vehicles parked […]
European security co-operation has never really been off the EU’s agenda, but controversy, political divisions and expense have for many years kept ...
If ever there was a good time to predict the outcome of the parliamentary elections that Bulgaria is set to have in 2017, it is most certainly not whi ...
Most expats or immigrants have gone through a so-called culture shock. Those come in different intensities, and we may experience them in different ph ...
It is not a language difficulty nor is it an inability for me to comfortably use the internet – after all I am a writer and a journalist – but […]
He’s not in office yet, but I am already tired of seeing and hearing Donald J. Trump, the slayer of two American political dynasties — the Bush and Clinton families. […]
Some won by not losing. Some gained in spite of losing. And some clearly lost. That’s the sum of the first round of Bulgaria’s presidential elections, held on November 6. […]
Every opinion poll in Bulgaria in recent years shows Boiko Borissov’s GERB party as the one with by far the most support, and Prime Minister Borissov himself as the most-supported […]
Recently listening to an interesting podcast discussion, by Clive Leviev-Sawyer and Lance Nelson – concerning the forthcoming Bulgarian presidential election – I chanced upon a newspaper interview in the Daily […]
In the week ending on October 30, Bulgaria’s Parliament approved last-minute changes to electoral laws, the government played cut-price Father Christmas by announcing December bonuses for the lowest-income pensioners, Prime […]