Bulgaria raised 2.5 billion euro through the sale of Eurobonds under favorable conditions in September. The question is what the GERB-led government coalition will do with the money
The EU faces a conundrum: either get tough on Boyko Borissov or accept his "Orban lite" model
The European Commission decided that 13 years of tutoring without progress are enough
Ivan Geshev, a self-described "boy from the city’s suburbs", will become Bulgaria’s next prosecutor general in January. His selection will have dramatic implications for the rule of law
While local election results seemed to prove that the ruling party has survived a series of scandals and debacles, signs are that control is slipping through Prime Minister Boyko Borissov’s fingers
Bulgaria may face fresh obstacles on its path towards the Eurozone and the Banking Union
The sudden flurry of conspicuous law enforcement activities is a two-pronged campaign
The Cooperation and Verification Mechanism designed to improve the judiciary has had no chance of generating meaningful reform in Rоmania and Bulgaria
Bulgaria and other East European countries still lack institutional frameworks that hold politicians accountable
Sofia hopes to make a breakthrough on the country’s membership in the Schengen area and Eurozone. It also hopes to change its image as an underachiever.
The ex-justice minister is one of the very few Bulgarian ministers who has resigned after realizing he can’t achieve his political goals. Then, he launched his own party to pursue them.