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Ursula von der Leyen in Plovdiv, or "In Bulgaria, EPP is GERB"

Ursula von der Leyen in Plovdiv, or "In Bulgaria, EPP is GERB"

The leading candidate of the largest European party visited Boyko Borissov at a GERB election event in Plovdiv


The week: The Accountant and Srebrenica

The week: The Accountant and Srebrenica

Glavchev The Sudden Diplomat, Long work hours and a belated Tsar’s burial


The week: Lessons in change from Philadelphia, Dirty deeds done dirt cheap, Fibank is for sale

The week: Lessons in change from Philadelphia, Dirty deeds done dirt cheap, Fibank is for sale

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What will happen to Bulgaria’s oil market after derogation ends?

What will happen to Bulgaria’s oil market after derogation ends?

The debate is whether the derogation should end immediately or not


The week: Emperor Mihaylov lets Sofia burn

The week: Emperor Mihaylov lets Sofia burn

The 1989 of Bulgarian Football, Economy slows down, The ups&downs of Burgas




The week: Ursula to the rescue, charging stations are coming, Schengen and other pipe dreams

The week: Ursula to the rescue, charging stations are coming, Schengen and other pipe dreams

The dangers of indecision


Christophe Leclercq, EurActiv: A wave of consolidation in the media sector will be a game-changer

Christophe Leclercq, EurActiv: A wave of consolidation in the media sector will be a game-changer

A conversation with the founder of the leading EU news network about the merger with Mediahuis and European regulations of the media sector


The week: The captured state unravels, Mariya Gabriel gets a bad deal, while arms producers had a very good year

The week: The captured state unravels, Mariya Gabriel gets a bad deal, while arms producers had a very good year

The country didn’t break. It was already broken


Geshev throws down gauntlet to Borissov after resignation call

Geshev throws down gauntlet to Borissov after resignation call

PM-nominee Mariya Gabriel’s proposal to oust the Prosecutor General plunges the institution into civil war


The week: No, Bulgaria is not bankrupt - just dangerously populist

The week: No, Bulgaria is not bankrupt - just dangerously populist

Money, guns and bloody populism (+ a really good book)


The week: The two types of entrepreneurs, How Nexo affected politics, Bulgaria cashes in on the markets

The week: The two types of entrepreneurs, How Nexo affected politics, Bulgaria cashes in on the markets

What stories do we need to tell more


Will Lukoil continue dominating Bulgaria’s petrol market despite sanctions?

Will Lukoil continue dominating Bulgaria’s petrol market despite sanctions?

The war in Ukraine and the EU embargo on Russian oil won’t impact the giant’s hegemony


Pro-Kremlin hackers fire warning shots at Bulgarian institutions

Pro-Kremlin hackers fire warning shots at Bulgarian institutions

A DDoS attack hit the websites of various state institutions over the weekend - and more could be on the way


The week: A new coalition was born, the billions for the road cartel were halted, what the hell has gone wrong with the Bulgarian army

The week: A new coalition was born, the billions for the road cartel were halted, what the hell has gone wrong with the Bulgarian army

"We will bring you down", we have 2.5 billion reasons to do so + an MP not afraid of going back to her village


How Renew Europe’s enticement of WCC got MRF nervous

How Renew Europe’s enticement of WCC got MRF nervous

The movement feels threatened from the combined prospects of the new party challenging its place in the European liberal family and new sanctions under the Global Magnitsky Act


The week: Reform process stalled, EU warns of rising gov’t expenses, and a great week for business

The week: Reform process stalled, EU warns of rising gov’t expenses, and a great week for business

Can the coalition live up to its promises, DIY photovoltaics and good news for "Made in BG" cargo drones