EPP’s selective vision of graft in Bulgaria, Deadly police corruption and some good business news
Who’s who in the caretaker cabinet of Galab Donev and what is at stake for them - and Bulgaria - in the next three months
The movement feels threatened from the combined prospects of the new party challenging its place in the European liberal family and new sanctions under the Global Magnitsky Act
Can the coalition live up to its promises, DIY photovoltaics and good news for "Made in BG" cargo drones
Strange protests and even stranger anti-inflation measures, plus the new owner of the Maritza Iztok - 3 coal power plant
Protest for the sake of protesting, Italian soldiers are welcomed and a new owner for the second largest TPP in Bulgaria
In the second article of a two-part series, KInsights explores how Putin’s war in Ukraine exposed that Bulgarian politics remains hostage to a powerful pro-Kremlin network holding key positions in the state
The week: The gas is off, the fight is on, Petkov goes to Kiyv, and do you need that salary of yours
K Insights 29/04: legalizing the industrial hemp, are 100 diplomats too many?
The Russian counterattack in the EU and Bulgaria is just starting. We have a unicorn startup, though
The silent cyber-war, flights & fights with a neighbor, go easy with the Energy regulator
Express Service inherited 155 years of experience in train maintenance and construction and entered the XXI century with more powerful, greener machines
The week: No EU money and other risks for Bulgaria, No new head of BNB (for now), and a whole new fascist to worry about
K Insights 27/08: Bulgaria’s risky autumn, where do we invest and Sofia is great in tech
How long will the Prime Minister Boyko Borissov dodge resigning after three months of protests and what comes next?
The new EU Member States are only grudgingly toeing Brussels’ line on climate change
Anti-liberal nativism is the new black on the Bulgarian political scene and this could cause serious trouble after the upcoming elections.
The various splinters of the centre-right parties are attempting yet another unification
Bulgarians have a long tradition of mistrusting authority and seeing it as an outside influence, regardless if it is the Ottomans, the Tsar, the Communists or the current democratic regime
Moskow plays an oportunistic role on the Balkans, it is not agenda-setter