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July 16, 2019, by Clive Leviev-Sawyer

It is a battle for historical truth, a battle against fake news, a battle against Holocaust distortion, and it is far from over. A battle provoked, in part, by a […]

In Bulgaria’s Nedelino, a plaque unveiled to commemorate forced labour by Jews during the Holocaust

July 3, 2019, by Clive Leviev-Sawyer

Amid the rolling lush green hills of Bulgaria’s Rhodope mountains and the soaring majesty of the pines that cluster closely to shade their slope ...

From DC, LA and the West End: Chef Georgi Yaneff presides at Sofia’s Koto

June 13, 2019, by The Sofia Globe staff

There is soon to be a new feature at Koto restaurant in Sofia, the Chef’s Room, a place for excellence and experiment. As he has done since Koto ...

American College of Sofia Founders’ Day showcases innovative technologies

March 29, 2019, by The Sofia Globe staff

The American College of Sofia (ACS) put on display the innovative technologies in use at the school as it took its turn in March 2019 to host Founders ...

  • Why the Bulgarian Government could be bolder – part 2
    January 5, 2018, by Howard Rosen

    My article posted on November 11 2017 created an amazing response: nearly 2000 people clicked through to The Sofia Globe from my LinkedIn posting. It was circulated within the Bulgarian Parliament, […]