The Week: Borissov is defeated, now what; an e-car maker (eventually) arrives and still no sign from Brussels
Fighter jets and politics, Bulgaria turning into Belgium, 8 billion leva in state gifts
This week: Bulgaria finally sets foot on three seas, Elections are here (again) and how to lose 550 million on gambling
An e-car maker might land in Lovetch, you can fly to Varna
Journalists SLAPPed, threatened and pressured; cabinet purges "kalinki", while Left and Right gear up for elections
The troubles of being a journalist in Bulgaria, every final decision is penultimate and who are the ladybirds of the administration
Vladislav Panev, co-chair of the Green Movement that now has its first four MPs, talks Bulgarian oligarchs, the EU Green Recovery plan and their priorities during a probable short-lived Parliament
Why does it matter and what does it mean for the pandemic response in Bulgaria?
Why EU states ought not to execute European arrest warrants issued by Bulgaria - and how this is related to the lack of reform of the State Prosecution
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
K Insights: A new must-meet friend in Sofia, pandemic politics, where the road-money goes and a few really big tenders
Weekly newsletter 25-29 January
The Bulgarian prime minister is facing a public storm, leaking of secrets and a rampant prosecution service. This promises turbulence ahead for him and the country.
The attack on gambling tycoon Vasil Bozhkov is yet another example of how politics and business in Bulgaria are intertwined
Ivan Geshev, a self-described "boy from the city’s suburbs", will become Bulgaria’s next prosecutor general in January. His selection will have dramatic implications for the rule of law
Bulgaria may face fresh obstacles on its path towards the Eurozone and the Banking Union
The European Central Bank will be conducting an assessment of six lenders starting in November
Anti-liberal nativism is the new black on the Bulgarian political scene and this could cause serious trouble after the upcoming elections.
So, what made Bulgaria the European Commission's darling?
Sofia received a formal promise to join the euro, but it will need to follow a longer procedure in comparison with earlier applicants