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
Under Communism, the Bulgarians saw their national mythology blossom. Now it flourishes
Bulgaria is the last former Warsaw Pact country to open up its Communist archives. The results are shattering, but few seem bothered
Bulgaria's forgotten foreigners languish in limbo. And the state seems indifferent
Thousands were killed in forced labour camps but the thugs responsible evaded conviction
Bulgaria has become the only former Warsaw Pact country to have a stooge for president
The released Bulgarian nurses get tangled up in a media circus, but the newspapers don’t ask the important questions
Will the Strasbourg Court be able to curb Bulgarian police brutality?
Grassroots compel lawmakers to halt demolition of Bulgaria’s biggest national park
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