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As it was clear from the start, implementing the recently brokered European Fiscal Union will be problematic, as EU members are likely to bring to the table conflicting views as to its fleshing out.
British Prime Minister David Cameron's decision to keep the UK away from the new EU / euro zone plus fiscal union agreed by 23 EU member states at the past European Council summit is already set to remain highly controversial in British history only a cou
As EU leaders assemblе in Brussels to decide on the fate of the common currency and the European Union itself, the Bulgarian Parliament writhes in the pangs of giving birth to the latest progeny of FinMin Simeon Djankov.
It's official: Bulgaria has said "no" to the Burgas-Alexandroupolis oil pipeline project four years after signing the trilateral agreement for its implementation.
Ironically enough, just days after Diana Kovacheva, now-former Head of Transparency without Borders, an affiliate of Transparency International, was approved by the Bulgarian Parliament as the new Justice Minister, the organization published its annual re
Texting was the hype when I was in high school.
In the course of two days, Bulgaria's Constitutional Court (KS) made headlines.
Bulgaria's largest nationalist party "Ataka", i.e. "Attack" – the only self-described nationalist formation with any tangible following – has seemingly started to fall apart.
"We have land/ We have water/ And we make mud," said Bulgarian writer Ivan Kulekov.
50% more Chinese Tourists in Bulgaria
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