By Henry Kissinger – US Secretary of State (1973-1977)
KEYWORDS TODAY: Crimea
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
A month ago, during a meeting of the Bulgarian Business Leaders Forum with Prime Minister Plamen Oresharski and members of his cabinet, I told them we all play in one and the same football team.
Iain Martin is a political commentator, and a former editor of The Scotsman and former deputy editor of The Sunday Telegraph.
Boyd Tonkin is Literary Editor at The Independent.
Ivaylo Kalfin is a former Bulgarian Foreign Minister (2005-2009) and current Socialist Member of European Parliament.
Collapse of talks a blow to European balance of power as Kremlin sanctions trump historic trade deal
The Ukrainian government’s rejection of closer integration with the European Union (EU) is a significant step back from democracy and human rights, the Freedom House has said.
Macroeconomic stability has been preserved in a difficult economic and political environment.
Financial experts have voiced disagreement with Bulgaria's Socialist-led government, which claims Bulgaria's 2014 budget will speed up economic recovery and help boost people’s income and living standards.
Nils Muiznieks is the Council of Europe's Commissioner for Human Rights, since April 2012.
Bulgaria's Ludogorets Oust Lazio in Europa League
Clashes in Ukraine's Crimea Region