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The week: A very sudden twist

The week: A very sudden twist

Slapping Russia in the face, Borissov is not corrupt, Open-air teaching gets a boost



Gov’t rushes through long-delayed modernization projects

Gov’t rushes through long-delayed modernization projects

Both the purchase of anti-ship rockets and armored vehicles might happen via direct negotiations with sellers instead of bids, which brings risks



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


Despite hiccups, Bulgaria is poised to get its first "rotational cabinet"

Despite hiccups, Bulgaria is poised to get its first "rotational cabinet"

WCC-DB and GERB managed to broker a compromise after some limited concessions from the reformists



The week: The 14 billion-bet, the game the President plays, new telecoms are on their way

The week: The 14 billion-bet, the game the President plays, new telecoms are on their way

K insights newsletter on 24/03



Bulgarian economy to slow down in 2023

Bulgarian economy to slow down in 2023

Institutions don’t bet on a recession in their forecasts for 2023 but there are problems


The week: Some good vibes for Christmas; Lukoil suddenly is very cooperative; The curious case of Bulsatcom

The week: Some good vibes for Christmas; Lukoil suddenly is very cooperative; The curious case of Bulsatcom

Last K Insights newsletter for 2022





Beating plowshares back into swords

Beating plowshares back into swords

Russia’s invasion of Ukraine might finally prompt the rearmament of Bulgaria’s military which has all but stalled in the past three decades


How a small plane flew over 7 countries and landed in Bulgaria without permission

How a small plane flew over 7 countries and landed in Bulgaria without permission

The mystery of the phantom aircraft is a stress test for Bulgarian national security - which the state is so far failing


Pro-Russian parties exploit the fears of the disillusioned

Pro-Russian parties exploit the fears of the disillusioned

Former Prime Minister Stefan Yanev, leftist spearhead Maya Manolova and former TISP cadres are jumping on the "anti-war" bandwagon of Vazrazhdane and BSP with new political factions