The visit to Ukraine by Kristian Vigenin, the former MEP who currently is Bulgaria’s foreign minister, was a bid to play in the big leagues that in turn has exposed […]
How does one stop a head of state with autocratic tendencies, who brutally pursues his interests without regard to how others will view him? Questions ...
One week after the Sochi Winter Olympics, Vladimir Putin has won a gold in the Occupation Olympics. They are being held in Crimea, just across the Bla ...
When Martin Schulz stands up in front of assorted delegates at the Party of European Socialists congress in Rome on March 1, one should be forgiven fo ...
The political arithmetic that could decide the future of Bulgaria’s 42nd National Assembly has been changed by the entry of a party that has less than a handful of seats […]
Nobody expected things to happen this fast – least of all the European Union. On Friday, the German, Polish and French foreign ministers had finally managed to persuade the now […]
Lyutvi Mestan, leader of the Movement for Rights and Freedoms, says that Delyan Peevski’s media do not constitute a monopoly because they make up only one per cent of the […]
Ukraine’s President Viktor Yanukovych has fled the presidential palace and the nation’s capital, taking refuge in his hometown of Donetsk. That city is a 45-minute drive from the Russian border. […]
Opponents and critics of the Bulgarian Socialist Party government have seized with glee on a series of media reports arising from investigations by the bivol website about the use of […]
On the eve of Bulgaria’s former ruling party GERB’s national congress, one that is expected to usher in some change in the top ranks of the party, the main issue […]