Publications

External and internal security environment of the Republic of Bulgaria, risks and threats to the national and the international security

     Joseph Nye has a very powerful metaphor: ‘Security is like oxygen—you tend not to notice it until you begin to lose it, but once that occurs there is nothing else that you will think about.’ Security in the broadest sense is a condition that implies guaranteed protection by various ways and means of basic vital interests of the individual, society, and the state, from all internal and exte

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YOUNG VOTERS TURNED OUT FOR THE UK GENERAL ELECTION AND BROUGHT CHANGE

     Latest polls indicate that an estimated 72% of 18-25 year olds exercised their right to vote in the UK. The snap election called by Theresa May in April is said to have sparked a monumental turnout among voters aged 18 to 24, resulting in an unprecedented hung parliament.

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The (Dis)Advantages of Oil and Gas for Russian Foreign Policy

         Russia is one of the largest oil and gas producers worldwide. The strategic importance of these resources turns them into a potential foreign policy tool.

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The Flat Tax and Bulgaria’s Future

     Bulgaria is on the last place in the EU by GDP per capita and workers’ wages, which has led to the situation we are in – more than 2 million Bulgarians have emigrated in the last 27 years. That has been highlighted on the homepage of Millennium. 

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May 21, 2017
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Code is the new Gold

     We are in a time of a new gold rush. But this time it is not about natural resources. It is about building technology companies such as Airbnb, Snapchat, Skype and Uber which grow from zero to billions in just a few years.

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