Despite sanctions on Russia, it still earned €1 billion from its oil exoneration, thanks to Bulgaria. Profiting from Bulgaria’s Oil
To adapt Hamlet’s famous phrase, something is rotten in the state of Bulgaria. In particular, many deeply-rooted problems seem to
The European Union Justice and Home Affairs Council, under the steer of the Czech Presidency of the Council of the
The European Commission has approved a €218 million Bulgarian scheme to support certain agricultural producers in the context of Russia’s
Just six months after Bulgarian Prime Minister Kiril Petkov ushered in what promised to be a new, pro-European beginning for
Pundits have already dubbed 2022 a vital moment for the rule of law in Europe, with the potential to redraw
Bulgaria’s Veto on North Macedonia’s EU Talks: Legacy of Ethnic Cleansing of the 1990s Former Yugoslavia Type
The 1990s were a happy time for international peace due to the end of the Cold War between the US-led
The investigation of the 2015 Skripal-like poisoning of arms makes Emiliyan Gebrev and two other men has been terminated by
Murky connections among the country's post-communist oligarchy and government institutions underline the protesters' grievances.
The Brady Bunch of Eurasia: Putin, Erdogan, Borisov, Vucic; Jets, Missiles, TurkStream, Balkan Stream, et. Al.
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TurkStream seems like a downsized version of the South Stream gas pipeline project canceled by Moscow in 2014 against the