Stories about Bulgaria from January, 2007
“It’s about time EU politics had some entertainment again,” writes Europhobia. The ‘entertainment’ is the 23-year-old Bulgarian MEP Dimitar Stoyanov, known for the anti-Semitic and anti-Roma views he's not trying to hide.
The Economist‘s Edward Lucas on the EU's newest members – and on Central and East European “stars and soggy bottoms.”
Europhobia writes about Europe's muted reaction to the arrival of the EU's two new members on Jan. 1: “Personally, I reckon the lack of coverage and debate is thanks to a profound sense of embarrassment. It’s hard, after all, to feel much enthusiasm about the addition of those particular bastions...