Valentina is a young girl from Latvia but her parents are Russian. She is against the war in Ukraine and doesn’t support Putin’s actions. However, she witnesses unfair treatment of Russians and Russian-speaking people in her home country and she doesn’t w
Tetiana is a Ukrainian woman that wants her voice to be heard. She has lived through the 14 days of war since the invasion started and has tried to inform people worldwide about the situation in her homeland. In the media, there are plenty of reports from
Every year the Institute for Economics and Peace (IEP) issues the “Global Peace Index” (GPI), the purpose of which is to score 163 nations according to their levels of peacefulness
Wheat futures on the US CBOT are trading above $12.09 per bushel, more than 40% surge over the week and 85% over the year. The current price is an area of historical extremes. The world hasn't seen wheat more expensive than $10 in modern history, except f
Today we face an avoidable crisis that was predictable, actually predicted, willfully precipitated, but easily resolved by the application of common sense.
The backdrop to the current “crisis” over Ukraine—real, imagined or exaggerated—is the snarling confrontation of NATO and Russian forces in a sweeping arc from the Baltic to Black Seas. This standoff in turn is attributable to the expansion of NATO to Rus
If you can sense one trend over the past weeks is that war is in the air, both on the Ukraine and the Taiwan fronts. That brings the world to a brink of war, and it seems like the US military establishment is interested in connecting the dots. They have b
The third elections for parliament in the country for the year are now over.
Bulgaria is a country often mentioned as being the least prepared, with the highest deaths and lowest vaccinations in both Europe and the EU. Is this really the case or is the situation more complex?
The IT giant Atos said that is has fully delivered to Bulgaria’s Sofia Tech Park a super computer that is expected to be Eastern Europe’s most powerful such device.
Novinite.bg got in touch with Dr. Boyko Takov, Executive Director of the Bulgarian Small and Medium Enterprises Promotion Agency (BSMEPA), to discuss the complicated situation of companies in Bulgaria and their chances to cope with it and survive
Bulgaria: This week the draft budget 2021 has been discussed at first reading in the parliamentary committees.
International Institute for Middle East and Balkan Studies (IFIMES) from Ljubljana, Slovenia, regularly analyses developments in the Middle East and the Balkans.
In a recently published scientific article, a research team claims that masks can help build immunity, nationalgeographic.
The analysis of the state of SMEs is based on statistical information and data, which did not allow us to cover the real situation with COVID-19. What can be concluded from the observed period is that the sector of small and medium-sized enterprises demon
Comment of Kyriakos Mitsotakis, prime minister of Greece
Russia's Invansion of Ukraine
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Shocking: Bulgaria Ranks Last in EU for Life Expectancy!