If Bulgaria does not already baffle you, prepare to be bamboozled by the buffoons responsible for what they imagine passes for “English” at the expensively revamped Sofia Central Railway Station. […]
Watching the Brexit circus from a safe distance in Greece, I can’t help feeling that I have seen it all before. I think it took place on British tel ...
United States ambassador to Bulgaria Eric Rubin, who presented his credentials to President Plevneliev earlier this year, addressed an American Chambe ...
In September 1997, I concluded an interview with the last surviving East European communist dictator, ex – President Todor Zhivkov of Bulgaria. ...
It seems that the stiff upper lip of yore has recently been replaced by a trembling, somewhat flabby chin. All too frequently these days, we are beset by the embarrassing […]
Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoğlu’s sudden departure from the corridors of power may not necessarily mark an end to the refugee deal with Europe — but it will certainly raise […]
Much about Bulgarian state railways BDZ seems to stop a bit short of the platform. It is not that BDZ is bad, and nor is this rail enthusiast about to […]
I can’t vote in the forthcoming referendum, to determine Great Britain’s future in Europe, and so I reserve the right to say what I like. To me the whole matter […]
Perceived from the sitting rooms of suburban England or even from a press office in Canary Wharf, the ex-communist countries of Europe remain an anathema to most. With an absurd […]
President Zhelyu Zhelev was an enigma to me. I had watched him on TV in Bulgaria during the early nineties, performing official tasks, much as his predecessor Zhivkov had done. […]