Tag Archives: protests

Alumni and the BoT: Months of Turmoil

AUBG is breezed my the wind of changes; Dimitar Bratovanov for AUBG Daily

An AUBG alumni turmoil marked by two petitions, a letter of demands and challenges, allegations of purported financial discrepancies and a subtle conflict with Vice President Alexandrov. Read more about the key moments in the Alumni-BoT disputes with AUBG Daily.

Protesting Russia and the Future of Putin’s Regime


Detaining anti-corruption activist Alexey Navalny over the exposing of Russian prime-minister Dmitry Medvedev's personal landowner acquirings and yachts was the latest indicator of the clouded governing Russian policies implemented by Vladimir Putin. Read more about the protests that followed with

A Week of Assassinations and Murders

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A political murder and civilian shootings turn into world highlights of the week.

Remembering 1989: The Conclusion


"Remembering 1989: 25 Years After the Fall of the Berlin Wall” series took place in AUBG to remind students on the significance of the historical event.

Will Bulgarian Politicians Get Serious This Time?


After a wave of protests, Bulgaria is ready for another round of elections, or is it ?

Unrest in Venezuela


As expected, times of economic difficulties and power succession provide the needed background for tensions to escalate into massive clashes.

Flame in Sochi and Flames in Bosnia


This time on the political arena: Sochi, Ukraine, Bosnia and Herzegovina and Kosovo. Brought to you by the AUBG Political Science Club.

From the Street With Love


The resemblance in the protests in Bulgaria and Ukraine revealed. A short socio-political analysis.

AUBG Welcomes President Plevneliev


President Plevneliev gave a lecture at AUBG, discussing current issues in Bulgaria and possible solutions.

Murky and Lurky Bulgaria 2033

Стефан Стефанов

The future of Bulgaria as seen by one of the most loved and respected Political Science professors at AUBG.

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