Recent reportage in the New York Times reminded me of my 95% Rule: “95% of what you read about economics and finance is either wrong or irrelevant”.
Bulgarians will go to the polls on October 5th to elect new members of parliament and thus a new government.
It came as a shock to many Americans to turn on their televisions and see armored vehicles and body armor clad gun toting police moving onto the streets of Ferguson Missouri.
American political scientist and economist Francis Fukuyama shares his views on the geopolitical implications of the Ukraine crisis, in an interview for Deutsche Welle.
Josh Cohen, a former U.S. State Department official, involved in managing economic reform projects in the former Soviet Union, works for a satellite technology company in the Washington area.
By Andrew Hammond – LSE International Affairs Research Center
By Ben Chu – The Independent
By Katya Gorchinskaya – Chief Editor of Kyiv Post
The New York Times
The Representation of the European Parliament in Bulgaria organized a conference "Europe in the 21st Century: Democracy against Racism, Xenophobia, and the Language of Hate".
By Kristian Vigenin, Bulgaria's Minister of Foreign Affairs
It is not just the Brits who are arguing over migrants and what benefits they should receive.
The right will invoke worst-case scenarios but the biggest disaster would be if Britain no longer attracted migrants
Share Of Shadow Economy In Bulgaria Decreases – Employers
Bulgaria Business Climate Worsens in October