The week: Bulgaria's pirate bay, a teenager investigates a minister, Trifonov breaks silence ...to say nothing
K Insights 18/06: Zaev comes and goes, exports keep on rising
The governments of Boyko Borissov promised reform, but instead created an apparatus for extortion and clientelism
When long-time leaders refuse to leave; the shortest-lived Parliament in a 100 years; tourists are welcome
K Insights 30/04: What do football and politics have in common, dubious court about to be disbanded
While his opponents predict the end of his political career, the Prime minister seems poised to win the April 4 Parliamentary elections
The Black Sea mansions of Vladimir Putin and Ahmed Dogan reveal a lot about the systems they created
Have you ever posted something so stupid and embarrassing on your social media profile that your boss forbade you from posting anything ever again?
The revenues of the 50 fastest growing companies increased by an average of 56% in 2019, with the largest companies growing particularly fast.
As many as 60% of the most profitable companies improved their profitability rates in 2019
An update to the list of transgressions of the powerful that remained buried in the news of protests and pandemics.
How long will the Prime Minister Boyko Borissov dodge resigning after three months of protests and what comes next?
A dubious loan stirred public uproar in April, leading to the quick dismissal of the bank’s management but the new team seems unlikely to fix the systemic problems at the state-owned lender
How a rubber boat landing on a Burgas beach caused a chain of events that led to protests across Bulgaria
The Bulgarian prime minister is facing a public storm, leaking of secrets and a rampant prosecution service. This promises turbulence ahead for him and the country.
Within a brief period, Bulgaria’s government has aggressively injected billions of levs into key sectors, and has effectively started nationalizing businesses
Launched as a party fighting for the political representation of Bulgaria’s ethnic Turks, the Movement for Rights and Freedoms has morphed into a quasi-business organization quietly pulling strings behind the scenes