Elections looming large, prosecutors denied and how Bulgaria remains at the end of the GDP tail in the EU
K Insights 5/03: Controversial changes to the media law were postponed, Eurohold wants to raise 100 mln euro on the stock exchange
These are the people and parties to watch at the upcoming 4 April Parliamentary vote
While his opponents predict the end of his political career, the Prime minister seems poised to win the April 4 Parliamentary elections
Socialist opposition tries to sharpen its teeth, but the surge of smaller parties is promising a fractured parliament
Despite the pandemic, Bulgaria went on a military spending spree in 2020 – and pledges to continue
Have you ever posted something so stupid and embarrassing on your social media profile that your boss forbade you from posting anything ever again?
Bulgaria’s attempt to thwart N. Macedonia’s EU accession bid ruins four years of diplomatic efforts and may lead to Sofia’s isolation in Brussels
How long will the Prime Minister Boyko Borissov dodge resigning after three months of protests and what comes next?
Sofia’s decision to re-ignite identity disputes with North Macedonia comes at a sensitive moment, putting more than its good relations with Skopje in jeopardy
The new Bulgarian Prosecutor General Ivan Geshev moved into first gear from the outset, picking fights with oligarchs, rural criminals and even the president himself. Is he aiming at something bigger than just crime busting?
How historical disagreements between Bulgaria and North Macedonia overshadowed common geopolitical goals
The story of a young Australian who had to go through the failings of the Bulgarian justice system
North Macedonia and Bulgaria exchange fire over the commemoration of revolutionary Gotse Delchev in a spat that could signal deeper trouble