The alliance’s response to the war in Ukraine must include a wider reset of its posture in the Black Sea.
The new government faces an uphill battle in its efforts to reform a broken justice system, made worse by divisions over Ukraine policy.
Most Bulgarians regard their political class as deeply corrupt. That is something a new government and a more savvy European Union need to fix
CEPA President and CEO, Dr. Alina Polyakova, testifies before the Senate Foreign Relations Committee on US policy toward the Black Sea Region
The winners of this sudden back-wave of migration will be cities (not countries) that are able to attract and retain newcomers.
Language is an incendiary issue, especially in countries whose current iterations are relatively modern
Until now, the U.S. had done little to combat the growing consolidation of power among corrupt oligarchs in EU nations
However, the political waters are now muddier
The last two years were not easy for Boyko Borisov, Bulgaria’s long-serving prime minister.
An initiative to build Europe’s potential and shut out the autocrats