The last-minute alteration of the voting rules showed that Bulgaria remains governed by a corrupt Mafia
All you need to know - from Vazrazhdane’s referendum to Assen Vassilev’s parallel currency idea
Although Bulgarian music often imitates Western trends, in recent times revered artists have tried to reconnect with their audiences by demonstrating mistrust in democracy and liberal values
Angela Rodel: "The past can become dangerous when it becomes collectivized, shallow and sold back as propaganda"
The translator of the award-winning novel by Georgi Gospodinov talks linguistics, the dangers lurking in the collective past and how Bulgaria has changed in the past 20 years
The president of the beleaguered nation is meeting the cabinet, MPs from the ruling majority and his Bulgarian counterpart on his surprise one-day sojourn to Bulgaria
It will be formed with the second mandate of Prime Minister Nikolay Denkov and will have Mariya Gabriel as his deputy. They will then swap positions after nine months.
Coalition with GERB? Don’t look at what he says, look at what they do
The big winners of the vote are the Russophiles from Vazrazhdane, while for the reformist coalition the sum turns out to be less than its parts
The past still has power over us
Vazrazhdane turned a draft analysis about the impact of Eurozone entry by the National Bank into an attack on Bulgaria's renewed efforts to adopt the common currency from 2024
Guns for Ukraine - it’s official, sort of; Still no government in sight, a nuclear reactor is shut off
The week: A few remarks before the new Parliament begins, how not to build highways, and an economist to follow
Penny (or kopeika) for your thoughts
The week: Numbers and why we should love them, elections and census results are out and Schengen maybe?
K insights 07/10: And I guess that’s why they call it the (post-election) blues