The link with Greece is the first project that will really reduce Bulgaria’s dependence on Russian gas
The Canadian historian, politician and author reflects on the Russian war against Ukraine, why it happened - and where it might bring us
Stefan Yanev’s first cabinet exposed many of the previous administration’s flawed practices but failed to fix many of them
The week: Bulgaria's pirate bay, a teenager investigates a minister, Trifonov breaks silence ...to say nothing
K Insights 18/06: Zaev comes and goes, exports keep on rising
Who is Slavi Trifonov, the new kingmaker in Bulgarian politics, and what does his rise portend?
Forming a majority in the new parliament will be a Sisyphean task and the role of the President could be crucial in coming months
Voters go to the polls in an uncertain pandemic environment after a lifeless campaign that only galvanized core supporters
The story of five members of the Bulgarian counterintelligence service have reached NATO, but it reveals more about the country’s unreformed institutions than Moscow’s spy efforts
Elections looming large, prosecutors denied and how Bulgaria remains at the end of the GDP tail in the EU
K Insights 5/03: Controversial changes to the media law were postponed, Eurohold wants to raise 100 mln euro on the stock exchange
Entrenchment in independent watchdogs and state companies could ensure GERB and MRF remain in power even if they lose the upcoming vote
Socialist opposition tries to sharpen its teeth, but the surge of smaller parties is promising a fractured parliament
How long will the Prime Minister Boyko Borissov dodge resigning after three months of protests and what comes next?
Prime Minister Boyko Borissov unexpectedly "freezes" Bulgaria's advance into the euro area despite positive signals from Brussels
Bulgaria, unfortunately, has built an image of a country deeply affected by organized crime