Pro-Kremlin propaganda has been flooding the country for years, fracturing the social fabric and offering a fruitful environment for the spread of disinformation
With a huge new wave of infections sweeping through the country, the Petkov cabinet announces alternative regional lockdown measures
The day in 3 news: Tensions as PM announces Skopje visit, No compulsory vaccination planned: Petkov, Finance minister rejects the possible closure of Maritza East 2
Friday in news: Attitudes harden in Bulgaria, N. Macedonia as Kiril Petkov announces 18 January Skopje visit, No compulsory vaccination as long as I am Prime Minister, Petkov says. There is no commitment to close Maritza East 2, but to cut emissions: Assen Vassilev. More:
Poor communication and broken trust in institutions left much of the public prone to disinformation and unjustified fears about the effects of jabs
If your city is not ok, blame it on us; elections are here
K Insights 22/10: grocery stores flourish while clothes shops go under
COVID-19 mortality is still very high, a 30% rise in gas prices
Stefan Yanev’s first cabinet exposed many of the previous administration’s flawed practices but failed to fix many of them
Kapital Insights and Friedrich Naumann Foundation present the second installment of "The Chronicles of the Infodemic"
Politicians play deaf and blind on stagnant vaccinations, but mourn demographic collapse, pensions, GDP go up - and so could concession fees
The week: Yet another saviour on the horizon, Fourth Covid wave is here and some good news for the budget
To party or not to party, that is Kiril Petkov’s question, (some) Covid restrictions, after all, and even more expensive electricity
The caretaker government is reluctant to implement its own anti-pandemic plan, fearing a backlash from business and the public
Kapital Insights and Friedrich Naumann Foundation present "The Chronicles of the Infodemic"