The Week: Dirty photos from a dirty past, A certificate you can’t travel with, Burgas port is for sale
K Insights 12/11: elections are upon us, polluted air also
Through the local company Circles, the Israelis received an export permit for their product, which can be used to eavesdrop on human rights activists, journalists, dissidents, and politicians
These actions represent the largest single act of sanctions in the history of the Magnitsky Act, targeting these three individuals and their networks encompassing 64 enterprises for "significant corruption"
The governments of Boyko Borissov promised reform, but instead created an apparatus for extortion and clientelism
The refusal of those in power to talk to the media risks further eroding what little public trust both still enjoy
Economic centers start to gain speed across the country but the capital continues to soar far ahead
How one toy retailer got mixed-up in anti-government protests and received an uninvited buy-out offer
Sofia is highly selective when it comes to expelling Russian spies – and its interests in general
"Thugs – out" and "Mafia" have become the signature chants of this summer’s anti-governmental protests. There are deeply rooted reasons for this.
How long will the Prime Minister Boyko Borissov dodge resigning after three months of protests and what comes next?
Investors find safe-haven in REITs