Optimism reigns but questions remain about the reality behind the smiles by Yordanka Nedyalkova For Bulgaria, the last year of the old millennium brought a first. At the close of 2000, Bulgaria could, after ten years of post-communist transition, boast of its first government to have served out a full mandate, without recourse to early […]

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