FP Bulgaria issue 1 (30)

February 2010

The first online only issue of FP Bulgaria.

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After Europe (in Bulgarian)


Author(s): Ivan Krastev

The Bulgarian edition of "After Europe", published by Obsidian Publishing House.

After Europe


Author(s): Ivan Krastev

In this provocative book, renowned public intellectual Ivan Krastev reflects on the future of the European Union—and its potential lack of a future.

Democracy Disrupted


Author(s): Ivan Krastev
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Civil Society in Central and Eastern Europe: Challenges and Opportunities. Bulgaria Country Report

05 June 2017

Author(s): Ruzha Smilova

Civil Society in Central and Eastern Europe: Challenges and Opportunities Edited by Peter Vandor, Nicole Traxler, Reinhard Millner, and Michael Meyer. ERSTE Foundation publication

Democratic Innovation and the Politics of Fear: 25 Lessons from Eastern Europe

05 June 2017

Author(s): Daniel Smilov

Daniel Smilov's contribution to The Governance Report 2017, published by Oxford University Press

Political Finance in East, Central and South East Europe & Central Asia

Funding of Political Parties and Election Campaigns: A Handbook on Political Finance © International Institute for Democracy and Electoral Assistance 2014, 16 July 2015

Author(s): Daniel Smilov

The New European Disorder

ECFR, 11 November 2014

Ivan Krastev and Mark Leonard

Author(s): Ivan Krastev

Bulgaria: EP Elections a Rehearsal for Early National Elections

23 May 2014

EPIN publication with a general introduction and case studies from 11 Member States (Bulgaria, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Italy, The Netherlands, Poland, Romania, Spain and the UK) "Between Apathy and Anger: Challenges to the Union from the 201

Author(s): Antoinette Primatarova

Bridge Over Troubled Waters? The Role of the Internationals in Albania

12 October 2012

Publication of Antoinette Primatarova and Dr Johanna Deimel with contributions by Margarita Assenova

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Hello, Generation Putin

New York Times, 27 March 2018

Author(s): Ivan Krastev

Welcome to the Era of Presidents for Life

New York Times, 15 March 2018

Author(s): Ivan Krastev

Europe is facing a potential crisis in the Balkans. It has to act soon

The Guardian, 22 February 2018

Author(s): Ivan Krastev

Will 2018 Be as Revolutionary as 1968?

New York Times, 21 February 2018

Author(s): Ivan Krastev

Beyond the Great Disruption: confidence is finally returning to Europe

NewStatesman, 05 February 2018

Author(s): Ivan Krastev

What's a Bigger Threat, ‘Normalization’ or Alarmism?

New York Times, 04 December 2017

Author(s): Ivan Krastev

Robert Mueller Will Never Get to the Bottom of Russia’s Meddling

New York Times, 01 November 2017

Author(s): Ivan Krastev

Germany's Problem is Еurope's Problem

New York Times, 04 October 2017

Author(s): Ivan Krastev

Why Are American Liberals So Afraid of Russia?

New York Times, 16 August 2017

Author(s): Ivan Krastev

How Donald Trump Redefined ‘the West’

New York Times, 12 July 2017

Author(s): Ivan Krastev

Central Europe’s Tough Choice: Macron or Orban?

New York Times, 22 June 2017

Author(s): Ivan Krastev

How Donald Trump Might Save the EU

New York Times, 20 February 2017

Author(s): Ivan Krastev

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The Anti-American Century

Ivan Krastev and Alan McPherson

The Anti-American Century

The essays that Ivan Krastev and Alan McPherson have gathered together in this little book represent a distinctive contribution to the burgeoning literature on ‘anti-Americanism’. They cover a remarkable amount of ground, from South-East Asia to Central Europe, and offer many original insights into the origins and nature of contemporary anti-American sentiment. Anyone seeking to understand this subject – which means everyone who cares about the current unstable state of the world – should read The Anti-American Century.

Tony Judt, Director of the Reamrque Institute at New York University, author of “Postwar: A History of Europe Since 1945”

Anti- Americanism is a psychologically complex, politically heterogeneous, and kaleidoscopically evolving cultural attitude. Anyone who wants to understand its multiple roots and paradoxical trajectories should read this fascinating book.

Stephen Holmes, Walter E. Meyer Professor of Law at New York University School of Law, author of “The Anatomy of Antiliberalism”

All too often debates on anti-Americanism disintegrate into simplified black and white slogans of ‘us’ and ‘them’. In meeting such simple stories, the essays in this volume are welcome compilation and challenge. This volume brings international voices into the dialogue helping us to disentangle the multi-faceted social and political narratives of ‘anti-Americanism’ in this new century.

Diane Stone, Department of Politics and International Studies, University of Warwick and Marie Curie Chair, Central European University, Co-editor of “Global Knowledge Networks and International Development”