Posts Tagged: Bulgaria
Poor Bulgaria. Once again the Germans are headed her way—this time armed with nothing more than a change of currency and the policies of austerity that go along with it.
The platform of Bulgaria’s mixes a left-wing critique of globalization with a frankly nationalist approach to minority policy.
Bulgaria’s “case of the 13 imams” is a test of the limits of religious freedom on the eastern edge of the European Union.
Slovenia has achieved the most economic success among East-Central European states transitioning from communism, Bulgaria the least.
There wasn't always samizdat. But there was always rock 'n roll.
The nineties were challenging years in Bulgaria for trade unions affiliated with the political opposition.
From the perspectives of trade unions, the reforms in Bulgaria over the last 20 years have been disastrous.
Bulgaria's younger generation is distinguished from those who lived during the communist era by an awareness of the rest of the world -- and how it perceives Bulgaria.
NGOs devoted to public works paradoxically became part of the wave of privatization that swept the region.
Not even the intelligentsia in Bulgaria are immune to the siren song of the new nationalism to which more and more Europeans are susceptible.