The week: "Year Zero" for anti-corruption, new cabinet or new elections, the quick end of the Gemcorp memorandum
Captured state fights back, gas storage slowly fills up and a skyscraper that is not
Russia’s invasion of Ukraine might finally prompt the rearmament of Bulgaria’s military which has all but stalled in the past three decades
The mystery of the phantom aircraft is a stress test for Bulgarian national security - which the state is so far failing
Ceaseless troubles for the ruling majority; more, yet pricier F-16s on the way & downgraded GDP forecast
Despite political hopes that the second batch of 8 US-made fighters would be cheaper, the initial offer price stands at 1.7 billion USD - a third more than in 2019
A baptism of fire, a new port on the Aegean and an ambassador worth throwing out
The week: Borissov arrested, Central Bank chairmanship tears the coalition, Resilience Plan still not ok
Former PM Borissov arrested, Guerilla war over BNB shakes the coalition and the Plan is still NOT alright
The week: The end of golden passports, a new beginning for trains, and the best place in Europe for romance and wine
We’re not selling citizenship anymore, we’re buying: trains, batteries and a house in Barcelona?
Supply chain issues and logistical problems have stalled the production of the Lockheed Martin jets, postponing deliveries by up to two years
F-16 are not on the horizon, while trains are
Inadequate resources, an ageing fighter fleet, criminally few flying hours for pilots and poor training - just some of the problems plaguing the Bulgarian Air Force
Despite the pandemic, Bulgaria went on a military spending spree in 2020 – and pledges to continue
How long will the Prime Minister Boyko Borissov dodge resigning after three months of protests and what comes next?