by Stefan Krause Compared to previous, turbulent years, 1998 was uneventful in Bulgaria. But it brought further stabilization and consolidation to a country that just a year to two earlier seemed on the brink of total collapse. The center-right government, surviving its first no-confidence vote, managed to work without major shakeups or scandals, although the […]

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