Bulgaria's botched reforms and lack of progress benefit President Georgi Parvanov
A spate of detentions of alleged criminals result in few meaningful prosecutions
Approval ratings are still high but a corrupt legal system and massive debt will test Boyko Borisov's popularity Bulgaria
The Bulgarians' penchant for self-flagellation culminates in Rumyana Jeleva's rejection as EU commisioner
In the face of the worsening economic crisis and the flu epidemic, some Bulgarians are starting to wonder whether Boyko Borisov's bark is worse than his bite
In Bulgaria murders, larceny, terrorism and betrayal committed during 45 years of East bloc repression have resulted in no convictions
Can the offspring of a Communist regime head up UNESCO or a treasure stolen from the state become private property? Well, yes
A cunning peasant, a Balkan tyrant or a saviour? Twenty years after his fall from power, some Bulgarians still pine for Todor Zhivkov
Can the leader of the Movement for Rights and Freedoms once again do the impossible: fool all the people all the time?
Meet the DPS voters and discover the simple pleasures of life they enjoy - such as electricity and running water. Their leaders, however, prefer yachts and palaces
The government has drawn up a list of 57 new measures against corruption and organised crime. Will they work?
Page 8 of 16

Society

TRADITIONAL MUSIC AND DANCE

TRADITIONAL MUSIC AND DANCE

An excerpt from Shadow Journey: A Guide to Elizabeth Kostova's Bulgaria and Eastern Europe

Vagabond Interviews

A CENTURY OF EXCELLENCE

A CENTURY OF EXCELLENCE

As AIG celebrates its 100 birthday, Christina Lucas, General Manager for Bulgaria, shares more on the company's achievements and future

Copyright © Vagabond Media Ltd 2006-2018. All Rights Reserved

This website uses cookies to ensure you get the best experience on our website