Весела Коледа! Tchestita Koleda! - Christmas Celebrations in Bulgaria

Christmas Special - 24 Dec 2015

How Bulgaria celebrates the winter holidays. by Alice Greschkow

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Home Alone – The Impact of Labour Migration on Children Left Behind

Special Insight - 05 Nov 2015

Since eastward enlargement, the migration debate within the EU has experienced a renaissance. While right-wing populists in Western Europe are trying to make substantial gains by talking about social welfare scroungers and provoking anti-migrant resentment, Bulgaria faces not only a 'brain drain', but a 'care drain' that separates millions of parents from their children. by Raycho Penchev

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Internal Security Challenges – Bulgaria Deals with Terror Suspects & Economic Risks

22 Jul - 18 Aug 2015

Bulgarian authorities searching for terror suspects ++ Economic tensions expected in spite of GDP growth ++ UN report: Bulgarian population to shrink most rapidly. by Alice Greschkow

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Bulgaria’s Folklore Traditions: Baba Marta and her Martenitsi

17 Feb - 16 Mar 2015

Baba Marta and her Martenitsi are back in town ++ The King Simeon will be back in Bulgarian politics? ++ Weather claims victims in Bulgaria ++ Grigor Dimitrov beats Roger Federer in a thrilling tennis game. by Ivan Yanakiev

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In the Epicenter of the Crises: Ethnic Bulgarians in the Ukraine

19 Jan - 16 Feb 2015

Bulgarian government pledges support for Bessarabian Bulgarians in the Ukraine ++ ‘Lukov March’ or what they are marching for? ++ ‘A way out of the maze’? The latest EU Commission report on justice and home affairs in Bulgaria reveals. by Raycho Penchev

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