All posts in Perspectives

  • What turns lie ahead in Bulgaria’s political crisis?
    July 16, 2020, by Clive Leviev-Sawyer

    Bulgarian Prime Minister Boiko Borissov has pledged, after meeting his government coalition partners, that his Cabinet will serve out its term, due to expire in spring 2021. There is more […]

  • Bulgaria: Making a fuel of oneself
    July 14, 2020, by Clive Leviev-Sawyer

    This past Sunday afternoon found me on a beach on the southern Bulgarian Black Sea coast, seeking swift respite from the labours of our coverage of the Covid-19 crisis – […]

  • Business as usual: Croatia’s denial of Ustaša crimes
    July 9, 2020, by Sven Milekić

    On June 26, The Independent published an op-ed written by Professor Menachem Rosensaft, general counsel of the World Jewish Congress, which outlines the current situation considering memory politics on the […]

  • Covid-19: The case for more (and better) Europe
    July 8, 2020, by Clive Leviev-Sawyer

    Eighteen years ago, I wrote an editorial saying that there was a need for a coherent agreed European Union policy on migration. That policy, I argued, should be based on […]

  • The Sofia Globe and Patreon
    July 4, 2020, by Clive Leviev-Sawyer

    For The Sofia Globe, there was a life before Covid-19; now the daunting challenge is to ensure that there is a life beyond it. One response is the Globe’s Patreon […]

  • Comment: Why airlines can’t return to normal
    July 1, 2020, by Mark Thomas

    As the general public leans towards the mentality that the world is now “almost” normal again, politicians and medical experts have a totally different opinion on the state of play. […]