The week: The sheriff is in town, where does all the asphalt go, and Telus won’t tell on us anymore
A thunder in the sky of dust
Another parliament bites the dust. What did it accomplish?
The 48th National Assembly will be remembered for the laws it failed to pass rather than for any meaningful breakthroughs
Schengen is shut, Bulgaria needs brain surgeon and which are the country’s biggest businesses
Gov’t mandate roulette kicks off, Boyko is the (old) Messi, K100 business ranking now in English
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
The week: Bulgaria’s economy is (surprise, surprise) doing very well, the real estate market - not so much, and some dolphins get religious
Don’t do stupid shit and things are going to get better
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
The week: Russian tanks steal our common future, stacking up on grain, some good ideas
K Insights 11/03: economy grows (pre-war), some unicorns
Tanks, refugees and unicorns - last week was one to remember
The Russian counterattack in the EU and Bulgaria is just starting. We have a unicorn startup, though
The long road to Kiev, still no budget and top 10 IT companies in Plovdiv
How Bulgaria and others helped Russia get to Kiev, still no budget and top 10 IT companies in Plovdiv
The week: The end of golden passports, a new beginning for trains, and the best place in Europe for romance and wine
We’re not selling citizenship anymore, we’re buying: trains, batteries and a house in Barcelona?
TurkStream’s hidden costs: lost lives and damage to the environment
The Russian pipeline through Bulgaria received notable support from the state and was built with breathtaking speed - with a cost
Russia is back, Parliament is stuck, universities and politics don't mix well, and Sofia Airport is now private
K Insights 23/04: Some problems in the budget and a hope for sunshine in North Macedonia
The Great Patriotic Rearmament
Despite the pandemic, Bulgaria went on a military spending spree in 2020 – and pledges to continue
The new Bulgarian Prosecutor General Ivan Geshev moved into first gear from the outset, picking fights with oligarchs, rural criminals and even the president himself. Is he aiming at something bigger than just crime busting?
Ten Bulgarians to know in Brussels
Who are the people to call when trying to decipher the upcoming Bulgarian Presidency of the Council of the EU
Always with Europe, never against Russia
Is Bulgaria under Boyko Borissov still a viable Western partner? or is it russia’s Trojan horse in the EU?