27 January, 2017
EU Insights
Karel Lannoo, CEO of the Centre for European Policy Studies:
Donald Trump can make Europe more united
If he attacks on our industry and makes it much more difficult to trade, we have to act together in response and impose sanctions on the US

H.E. Stefano Baldi, Ambassador of Italy to Sofia:
EU is the best answer to today's challenges
Italy is strongly committed to the European project, which finds itself increasingly under stress

Col. Ivan Boyadzhiev, anti-terrorism expert:
Islamic State's approach: we will avenge and die only as a last resort
Years of experience have shown that terrorists are always one step ahead of security agencies, and that is unlikely to change

Bulgaria is gateway to Europe
The country should reconcile national and EU community interests and put the satellite syndrome in the past

Erdogan's executive presidency
Constitutional changes risk worsening the already problem-fraught EU-Turkey relationship

Hard Brexit although most like it soft

The Planet
Astana clears way to Geneva
Russia, Turkey and Iran agreed a mechanism to monitor cease-fire in the war-torn Syria

Trump pulls US from TPP, wants to renegotiate NAFTA
From his first week in office, the President has started turning his protectionist rhetoric into policies

Israeli new settlement expansion raises concerns

US business promised cuts in taxes, regulations
Haute photography fair
The exhibition includes works by great masters and exciting talents

Director Paul Solet:
I feel at home in Bulgaria
Filmmakers in Eastern Europe are extremely hard-working, well-trained and professional

Grab your aqua-lung
British artist Jason deCaires Taylor has placed 300 of his sculptures in the underwater museum off the coast of the Canary Islands

Where time stands still
Bulgarian animator is Oscar-nominated
Coppola plans video game based on Apocalypse Now
Philip Glass year at Carnegie Hall
La Scala Virtuosos are coming to Sofia
Saatchi Gallery organises selfie exhibition
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