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June 19, 2018, by The Sofia Globe staff

The annual Arts Fest at the American College of Sofia was an opportunity for the students to shine, on stage and in every aspect of performance. Weeks of rehearsals culminated […]

Berlitz courses – 14.0% discount to celebrate 140th anniversary

April 27, 2018, by The Sofia Globe staff

The Berlitz Method® has long become a global market standard for learning a language. In the year of our 140th anniversary, we would like to emphasiz ...

Book ‘Bulgarian Jews: Living History’ launched on March 10 at Sofia Synagogue

March 10, 2018, by The Sofia Globe staff

A book published by the Organization of the Jews in Bulgaria “Shalom”, entitled “Bulgarian Jews: Living History” was launched ...

March 2018: An open letter from the Shalom Organization of the Jews in Bulgaria – ‘We Remember’

March 6, 2018, by The Sofia Globe staff

Open Letter: ‘We Remember’ In this momentous year of 2018: We remember how, 75 years ago, the vast majority of our fellow Bulgarians coura ...

  • 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, […]

  • Paris primer: rundown on climate talks
    November 30, 2015, by Rosanne Skirble of VOANews

    Despite the recent terrorist attacks in the French capital, the climate meeting set for November 30-December 11 in Paris will go ahead as scheduled. Here’s a primer on what the […]

  • Opinion: Looking away from the Greece-Macedonia border
    November 24, 2015, by Bernd Riegert of Deutsche Welle

    Following the reprehensible terror attacks in Paris, politicians and the media have understandably concentrated on the security situation, the hunt for perpetrators and the fight against “Islamic State.” However, refugees [&hell ...