Bulgaria’s Dirty Trail of Match-Fixing Leads Back to the BFU
Bulgaria’s Dirty Trail of Match-Fixing Leads Back to the Bulgarian football union
The end of the free press is the beginning of wars
Independent journalism in democratic societies is one of the most important barriers to autocracy
Michael Ignatieff: The History That Got Us Here
The Canadian historian, politician and author reflects on the Russian war against Ukraine, why it happened - and where it might bring us
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
Silence of the masters
The refusal of those in power to talk to the media risks further eroding what little public trust both still enjoy
What’s the problem with Bulgarian media?
A combination of market trends and murky political interference has turned the media environment toxic, with only islands of professionalism remaining
Who are Bulgarian pollsters and are they getting it right?
With elections imminent, here are the sociology agencies to heed
Nikos Stathopoulos: An editorial board outside of Bulgaria will guarantee Nova TV’s independence
BC Partners' executive talks to Capital about the acquisition of BTC telecom and the media group
Perestroika at Lukoil Bulgaria
Valentin Zlatev has been replaced after 20 years at the helm of the Russian company’s operations in the Balkan country
GERB’s real (estate) troubles have just begun
A series of real estate scandals involving senior politicians, predominantly from the ruling GERB party or with ties to it, triggered hitherto unseen public outrage and serial resignations. The more profound effects are still to be felt
The Venezuelan Connection
Bulgaria’s national security agency has launched a probe into potential laundering of money from Venezuela via local private lender Investbank
Is a civic and democratic party still possible in Bulgaria?
The various splinters of the centre-right parties are attempting yet another unification
Who is who in the Bulgarian media?
Outside of the two major television channels, almost all Bulgarian media companies are operating at a loss or generate very low profits