The week: Bulgaria’s favorite decade, the euro-effort is shot in the leg, and banks are doing great
The past still has power over us
Another parliament bites the dust. What did it accomplish?
The 48th National Assembly will be remembered for the laws it failed to pass rather than for any meaningful breakthroughs
Will the caretaker gov’t start a U-turn on Russia?
On its second day in office, the new Bulgarian cabinet announced a course towards "containment of the chaos and destruction" in the energy sector. This might well translate as a pivot to Moscow
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
The week: 100 days of hell, the missing half a billion and a mysterious crash at a large dam
A baptism of fire, a new port on the Aegean and an ambassador worth throwing out
The week: It's all going well if you are a bank, but not if you're a mayor, and a small village has a big waste problem
The honeymoon ends fast for the new government, economic optimism rises
A reluctant NATO ally, OECD invitation 15 years in the waiting and a new name for Telenor
Sofia hopes for the best - and not much more - in NATO-Russia clash, Telenor turns into Yettel and changes coming to the Energy regulator
The Russians are here! (again), The Macedonians are not, and (almost) everyone leaves Burgas
The silent cyber-war, flights & fights with a neighbor, go easy with the Energy regulator