All posts in Perspectives

April 4, 2021, by Clive Leviev-Sawyer

Traditionally, with the exit polls in, this should be an article headlined “Bulgaria’s April 2021 parliamentary elections: Winners and losers”. But, quite obviously, going by the headline above, it is […]

So what does a vaccination do: Honestly?

March 31, 2021, by Mark Thomas

It is a dying skill, while reading, to not only read, but to be able to absorb what the real meaning is of the article they are reading. Whether ...

Disrupting food ordering and delivery in Bulgaria: A start-up journey

March 18, 2021, by Lance Nelson

Just more than a year go, on March 13 2020, Bulgaria declared a State of Emergency because of the Covid-19 pandemic. Bars and restaurants closed and I ...

Op-Ed: Bulgaria must repudiate resurgent ultra-nationalist extremism

February 11, 2021, by The Sofia Globe staff

By Ronald S. Lauder There are, sadly, very few European countries that can be proud of their record in the Second World War, when it comes to Jews. Bu ...

  • Bulgaria’s (not so) great vaccination debate
    January 31, 2021, by Clive Leviev-Sawyer

    It is time to try to inject some logic into the controversy about the pace of Covid-19 vaccinations in Bulgaria. Bulgaria began its vaccination campaign against Covid-19 on December 27. […]

  • Covid-19 in Bulgaria: Notes from quarantine
    November 21, 2020, by Clive Leviev-Sawyer

    Sitting confined to my home in quarantine as a contact person, I immediately self-isolated – in the sense of changing the channel – when I heard Bulgaria’s Labour and Social […]