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U.N. wants to use drones for peacekeeping missions

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The human rights case against Volkswagen in Turkey

War is not only a question of ethics and humanitarian disaster. It is bad news for business.For a car giant like Volkwagen whose business model is built on consumer appeal, it made sense to stop and pause when Turkey attacked the Kurds in Syria. A USD 1.4bln Volkswagen investment in a new plant in Turkey is being put on hold by the management, and…See More
Nov 7
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Macron needs to reign in the anti-Bulgarian crazy talk for the sake of French national security

France’s President Emmanuel Macron just told a French far-right magazine that he preferred legal immigrants from Guinea or Cote d’Ivoire to the illegal Ukrainian or Bulgarian gangs.Everyone prefers decent people to criminal rings. I prefer regular people to criminals. That’s not news.Where what Macron said gets problematic is that he coupled Bulgarians with criminal gangs, as if that is the Bulgarian migrant contingent in France. Apparently, this is the Bulgarian migrant in France.Maybe Macron…See More
Nov 4
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The human rights case against Volkswagen in Turkey

War is not only a question of ethics and humanitarian disaster. It is bad news for business.For a car giant like Volkwagen whose business model is built on consumer appeal, it made sense to stop and pause when Turkey attacked the Kurds in Syria. A USD 1.4bln Volkswagen investment in a new plant in Turkey is being put on hold by the management, and…See More
Oct 30
Iveta Cherneva posted a blog post

The human rights case against Volkswagen in Turkey

War is not only a question of ethics and humanitarian disaster. It is bad news for business.For a car giant like Volkwagen whose business model is built on consumer appeal, it made sense to stop and pause when Turkey attacked the Kurds in Syria. A USD 1.4bln Volkswagen investment in a new plant in Turkey is being put on hold by the management, and…See More
Oct 30
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The Kurds decision, foreign policy key to Trump’s impeachment

If there is one thing that Donald Trump does not need exactly at this point in the impeachment inquiry is to alienate US Republican Senators.But giving way to Turkey's President Erdogan and dropping the Kurds might cost Trump the impeachment battle.Here, Trump simply miscalculated. His move to “bring the troops back home” from Syria by dumping the Kurds backfired miserably.That alone in the recent days made more Republican Senators rise against him in opposition than all of his Ukraine and…See More
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The Kurds decision, foreign policy key to Trump’s impeachment

If there is one thing that Donald Trump does not need exactly at this point in the impeachment inquiry is to alienate US Republican Senators.But giving way to Turkey's President Erdogan and dropping the Kurds might cost Trump the impeachment battle.Here, Trump simply miscalculated. His move to “bring the troops back home” from Syria by dumping the Kurds backfired miserably.That alone in the recent days made more Republican Senators rise against him in opposition than all of his Ukraine and…See More
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Media freedom in Bulgaria: why Kovesi’s job will be especially tough in Bulgaria

by Iveta ChernevaWhen the news hit that the Romanian hard-baller Laura Kovesi was to become EU’s top prosecutor, anti-corruption activists across Europe applauded loudly.One could hear the applause also in Bulgaria – a small EU country facing issues with EU funds misappropriation and theft, as well as freedom of the press -- a place where Kovesi’s work is much needed.Defined…See More
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Macron needs to reign in the anti-Bulgarian crazy talk for the sake of French national security

Posted on November 4, 2019 at 11:31am 0 Comments

France’s President Emmanuel Macron just told a French far-right magazine that he preferred legal immigrants from Guinea or Cote d’Ivoire to the illegal Ukrainian or Bulgarian…

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The human rights case against Volkswagen in Turkey

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War is not only a question of ethics and humanitarian disaster. It is bad news for business.…

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EU diplomacy with Erdogan should seek the Bulgarian channel

Posted on October 15, 2019 at 4:30am 0 Comments

If the EU wants to be heard by Turkey in the current crisis with the Kurds in Syria, the EU will be smart to work through the diplomatic channel that the Bulgarian government and its Prime Minister Boyko Borissov have established with Turkish President Erdogan. 

Last week, the Turkish President told the EU to “wake up” threatening to send 3.6 mln refugees towards Europe if the EU called Turkey’s actions in Syria an invasion. The EU did not remain silent, and Donald Tusk responded…

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The Kurds decision, foreign policy key to Trump’s impeachment

Posted on October 10, 2019 at 12:00pm 0 Comments

If there is one thing that Donald Trump does not need exactly at this point in the impeachment inquiry is to alienate US Republican Senators.

But giving way to Turkey's President Erdogan and dropping the Kurds might cost Trump the impeachment battle.

Here, Trump simply miscalculated. His move to “bring the troops back home” from Syria by dumping the Kurds backfired…

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