On its way to borderless Europe, Bulgaria has good intentions, encouraging statistics and vague immigration policies
In 1944, the Red Army "detained" important Bulgarian documents. Will it ever return them?
Bulgaria torpedoes the West's efforts to diversify its energy sources
Traffic accidents cost one billion euros a year, but the state does little to help
The November local elections prouced startling results for the established political parties in Bulgaria
Bulgarian politics are becoming a mixture of kitsch, chalga and wrestling
America has quarelled with Turkey over an event that took place 100 years ago. What are the implications for Bulgaria?
Environmentalists have become serious opponents to business interests over the European Natura 2000 Programme, leaving local governments helpless in the crossfire
Sometimes Moscow’s grip on Sofia has amusing consequences
Bulgaria’s best-known political scientist was educated at Oxford. But sometimes his views land him in a jam
The first Englishman ever to stand in Bulgarian polls
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