Bulgaria should implement three crucial reforms to improve the leadership, accountability and transparency of its central bank, the BNB, in the aftermath of the 2014 banking crisis, Ivaylo Iaydjiev has opined in an article published by EUobserver on 27 Ap
Bulgarian Parliament has just adopted a declaration calling deaths of Armenians caused by the Ottoman Empire in 1910s "mass extermination".
In an article titled “Greece: Down and Probably Out”, Professor Steve Hanke argues that another Greek debt default is just around the corner.
Novinite is publishing an text by Isidoros Karderinis, a Greek author whose articles on the country's economy has been widely published in Greek and Spanish economy magazines.
"The Iron Curtain is back. Topped with barbed wire, monitored by CCTV, patrolled by border guards..." This description refers to Bulgaria's border with Turkey. It shows (and creates) one image and fails to convey another.
Novinite has interviewed Vassil Terziev - co-founder and CEO of Telerik AD and current Chief Innovation Officer of Progress Software.
The Bulgarian exhibition at the Louvre caused an unexpected stir of emotions, especially against the domestic backdrop of petty nitpicking among politicians over the past year or two.
Last year's Global Competitiveness Report of the World Economic Forum placed Bulgaria 54th.
Elan Zivotofsky is a General Partner and Head of the Investment Team at Ourcrowd, a leading global equity crowdfunding platform.
The leader of the newly-established leftist movement often dubbed "The Bulgarian SYRIZA" has commented for Novinite on the issues in Bulgaria that need rapid change.
Novinite has asked Ilian Vassilev, a former Bulgarian ambassador to Moscow, to comment on the latest developments regarding the "Turkish Stream" pipeline and Russia-Greece relations.
Novinite has interviewed Gilles Clavie, President and Chief Executive Officer at Orbis Hotel Group, a leader on Poland's hospitality market.
A move by Athens to impose a 26-percent withholding tax on transactions from sources in Bulgaria, Cyprus and Ireland could affect negatively the Greek economy, a Cyprus-Bulgaria business representative believes.
Russia is lacking a working coherent strategy towards countries in Eastern Europe and Moscow under President Vladimir Putin has little to offer to countries in the region, German historian Gerd Koenen has opined.
The “obsessive focus” of US media on the personality of Russian President Vladimir Putin in the context of the conflict in Ukraine “obscures much more important geopolitical realities”, Jay Ogilvy writes in an analysis posted on the website of Stratfor.
Czech President Milos Zeman reaffirmed on Tuesday his support for the creation of a joint European military.
The issue of Eastern European emigration to the UK, as well as its implications in both regions are discussed in the opinion piece by Bulgarian journalist Ivan Krastev for The Guardian.
Tourism ministry officials from Egypt and Bulgaria and both countries' ambassadors are due to hold a conference on promoting bilateral tourism cooperation from Wednesday to Friday in Egypt's capital Cairo.
According to billionaire and financial expert George Soros, the chance for Greece to leave the Eurozone is 50-50, as the country has entered a 'lose-lose game'' cycle.
In the middle of November 2014, three talented children - Krisiya, Hasan and Ibrahim won over the hearts of millions of people around the globe.
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Direct Investment into Bulgaria on the Rise Y/Y
A Third of Bulgarians Facing Energy Poverty