Archive for July 8th, 2016

July 8, 2016, by The Sofia Globe staff

At the Nato Warsaw summit, it will clearly be stated that Nato is the main source of security and stability for Bulgaria, its other member states and for Europe, Bulgarian […]

Bulgarian former deputy Parliament Speaker acquitted on appeal

July 8, 2016, by The Sofia Globe staff

Sofia Appellate Court ruled on July 8 to uphold a lower court’s acquittal of former MP Hristo Biserov on charges of large-scale tax evasion, bre ...

Whitehall whitewash or downright lies?

July 8, 2016, by Patrick Brigham

We can all start to wonder – now the Brexit is over and the Sir John Chilcot report is back in the public eye – what has happened to the [ ...

Jonathan Mills’s three Points to Ponder

July 8, 2016, by Jonathan Mills

Points to Ponder: We hear a lot these days about how a person is “proud to be [insert nationality]”, but who has a greater right to make t ...

  • Sofia court declines registration of Mestan’s DOST party
    July 8, 2016, by The Sofia Globe staff

    Sofia City Court has turned down an application to register former Movement for Rights and Freedoms (MRF) leader Lyutvi Mestan’s new party DOST. Mestan founded the party after he was […]

  • The dangerous decade: Russia-Nato relations 2014 to 2024
    July 8, 2016, by Gustav Gressel of the ECFR

    Russia’s invasion and annexation of Crimea and its subsequent military invasion of the Donbas sent shockwaves through NATO, bringing an end to the idea of strategic partnership with Russia. Moscow’s […]

  • Warsaw hosts Nato summit
    July 8, 2016, by The Warsaw Voice

    More than 2000 delegates from 28 Nato allies and 26 partner countries have arrived in Warsaw for the two-day Nato summit, to be held for the first time in Poland […]

  • Brexit dampens zeal for Serbia’s EU bid
    July 8, 2016, by Luis Ramirez of VOANews

    It has been 16 years since Serbia, as part of the former Federal Republic of Yugoslavia, began negotiations to enter the European Union. Some Serbians think the debate has gone […]