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By: Elko BrummelmanFollow @ElkoBrummelman   On June 17th, Czech Prime Minister Petr Nečas resigned after his chief of staff, Jana Nagyová and others closely related to the government were arrested on accusation of corruption and...

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By: Tina Schivatcheva (guest contributor) Tina Schivatcheva is a graduate of the University of Cambridge (MA International Relations). Follow @TinaSchiv   Bulgaria started 2013 with angry public protests. The demonstrations were termed ‘rebellions of the...

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By: Tina Schivatcheva (guest contributor) Tina Schivatcheva is a graduate of the University of Cambridge (MA International Relations). Follow @TinaSchiv   Bulgaria’s constitution includes a wide range of social rights. However, the ‘democratic, law-governed and...

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By: Cameron Westwood Follow @CameronWestwood   As most people will know by now, in 2014 the EU’s member states will be forced to lift the ban on migrants coming from Romania and Bulgaria. Societies in...

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