Archive for May 22nd, 2014

May 22, 2014, by The Kyiv Post

In just three days, on May 25, Ukrainians will take to the polls to vote in the first presidential election since the EuroMaidan Revolution toppled former President Viktor Yanukovych on […]

Separatist Transnistria finds it needs Moldova after all

May 22, 2014, by The Kyiv Post

Kremlin-backed separatists in Donbas and Russian-annexed Crimea have something to learn from Transnistria, the breakaway republic of Moldova. The regi ...

Beyond May 25: The meaning of Bulgaria’s European Parliament election

May 22, 2014, by Clive Leviev-Sawyer

Expect, on the night of May 25 as Bulgaria’s political parties hold their ritual post-results news conferences, to hear from most about how they ...

Film review: Godzilla

May 22, 2014, by Andre Crous of The Prague Post

Whatever doesn’t kill you makes you stronger. That is exactly what the scientist character (because there has to be one) in this latest update of th ...

  • Of South Stream and European Parliament elections
    May 22, 2014, by Alex Bivol

    European Parliament election campaigns in member states often pass with little to no discussion of the pan-European issues – the empty platitudes about the chance to influence EU policy, offered by […]

  • Pro-Russian separatists kill 8 Ukrainian soldiers
    May 22, 2014, by VOANews

    Pro-Russian separatists have clashed with Ukrainian forces in eastern Ukraine, leaving at least eight Ukrainian soldiers dead and 17 others wounded. Ukraine’s defense ministry said Thursday the violence happened overnight. […]

  • Bulgaria 56th out of 60 in world competitiveness index
    May 22, 2014, by The Sofia Globe staff

    Bulgaria is in 56th place in the World Competitiveness Yearbook 2014 results, compiled by the Lausanne-based IMD World Competitiveness Centre, a leading business school. For Bulgaria, this is a move […]