Reports by Alice Greschkow

Весела Коледа! Tchestita Koleda! - Christmas Celebrations in Bulgaria

24 Dec 2015

How Bulgaria celebrates the winter holidays. by Alice Greschkow
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Internal Security Challenges – Bulgaria Deals with Terror Suspects & Economic Risks

Bulgaria, 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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A View from the Outside: What the World thinks about the EU

15 Oct 2014

Discover how young students from non-European countries perceive the European project. by Alice Greschkow
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Bulgaria’s Political and Cultural Heritage

Bulgaria, 03 Sep - 16 Sep 2014

Parliamentary elections 2014 – preparations and discussions about vote buying ++ Kristalina Georgieva elected as Vice-President of Juncker’s EC cabinet ++ Plovdiv to be the European capital of culture in 2019. by Alice Greschkow
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Bulgaria in between Resignation and new Elections

Bulgaria, 23 Jul - 05 Aug 2014

First steps of the caretaker government ++ Flooding: Over 100 buildings collapse ++ Over 110 million Euros for public health sector. by Alice Greschkow
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And the Winner is? Bulgaria after the EP Elections

Bulgaria, 14 May - 27 May 2014

Results of Bulgaria’s European Parliament elections ++ The youngest BSP candidate wins an MEP seat ++ Controversial Lafka kiosks chain in the public focus. by Alice Greschkow, Ivan Yanakiev, Raycho Penchev
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Bulgaria’s Struggles in Dealing with Asylum Seekers continue

Bulgaria, 30 Apr - 13 May 2014

Xenophobic displacement of Syrian refugees ++ Ex-Collaborators of the Bulgaria’s Communist-era State Security running for the European Elections ++ Demand for improved social policies in healthcare and education. by Alice Greschkow, Raycho Penchev
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South Stream Pipeline: European Commission expresses its deep Concerns

Bulgaria, 16 Apr - 29 Apr 2014

Bulgaria’s feint of European energy legislation ++ A dubious Bulgarian businessman to enter the European Parliament? ++ Welcome to Bulgaria, Mr. Juncker & Mr. Schulz! by Alice Greschkow, Raycho Penchev
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Data Mining Scandal cools down Bulgaria's Election Fever

Bulgaria, 02 Apr - 15 Apr 2014

Political parties abuse personal data to register ahead of EU vote ++ Threat of European funds’ cuts worry citizens and owners of small businesses ++ Easter celebrations lift people’s mood this April. by Alice Greschkow, Ivan Yanakiev
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All Eyes on Bulgaria: Cooperative Approaches to Security

Bulgaria, 19 Mar - 01 Apr 2014

Top U.S. diplomat visits Bulgaria to discuss the Russia-Ukraine situation ++ Bulgaria to avoid a monitoring mechanism over refugees? ++ President Rossen Plevneliev under enormous pressure. by Alice Greschkow, Ivan Yanakiev, Raycho Penchev
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Political Tension between Bulgaria & Macedonia over cultural Heritage

Bulgaria, 05 Mar - 18 Mar 2014

Growing differences between Bulgaria and Macedonia in politics and culture ++ First reactions to the Crimea referendum ++ Dual Educational System to start next academic year. by Alice Greschkow, Ivan Yanakiev
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What connects us? The Ukrainian Conflict’s Impact on Bulgaria

Bulgaria, 19 Feb - 04 Mar 2014

Bulgaria’s (re)actions on the conflict in the Ukraine ++ Presidential veto on election code overturned by the Parliament ++ Baba Marta – a cheerful folklore tradition remains popular. by Alice Greschkow, Ivan Yanakiev
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Dark Clouds over Bulgaria? Xenophobic Tension, Tax Fraud & Restriction on Press Freedom

Bulgaria, 05 Feb - 18 Feb 2014

Far right on rise in Bulgaria ++ PM accuses retail chains of tax fraud ++ 'Reporters Without Borders' report: Freedom of press increasingly suppressed. by Alice Greschkow, Ivan Yanakiev
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Bulgaria’s Justice and Home Affairs under Brussels’ ‘Magnifying Glass’

Bulgaria, 21 Jan - 04 Feb 2014

European Commission report reveals: corruption and lack of legal transparency still rife in Bulgarian society ++ The agony of choice: a referendum on voting rules ++ Diplomatic tourism – on the road to Syria, Taiwan and back. by Alice Greschkow, Ivan Yanakiev
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Bulgaria's left Wing divided in the Run-up to the European Parliament Election

Bulgaria, 07 Jan - 20 Jan 2014

A ‘parallel universe’? An alternative left list for the European Parliament Elections ++ Populist politician in danger of losing his immunity after plane scandal ++ The Constitutional Court:a ‘veto player’ regarding the new fee on renewable energy by Alice Greschkow, Raycho Penchev
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Freedom of Movement in the EU: Bulgaria in Uproar over Poverty Migration Debate

Bulgaria, 06 Dec - 06 Jan 2014

No migration restrictions for Bulgarians and Romanians – the Bulgarians` point of view ++ On the Eve of the European Parliamentary Elections - Bulgarian’s Right Wing needs to be ‘Reloaded’ ++ A quarter million Bulgarians depend on financial support to pay energy bills. by Alice Greschkow, Raycho Penchev
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All Things Budget – Renewable Energy & Education Reforms

Bulgaria, 22 Nov - 05 Dec 2013

‘To be or not to be?’ – Bulgarian Parliament adopts a new fee for renewable energy ++ Bulgarian education problems become visible in PISA survey ++ Increasing national and international tensions challenges refugee policies. by Alice Greschkow, Raycho Penchev
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Alice Greschkow



Alice Greschkow, born in Sofia (Bulgaria), grew up in Germany and finished her Bachelor degree in Politcal Science and Communication Science in Germany and Spain. She is currently studying the Master's Degree Global Studies in Poland and Denmark and considers herself simply as a European. Her major interests are European integration and international security. She believes that cooperation on European level will contribute not only to economic growth but as well unleash cultural exchange.


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