Political philosophy

Rumen Radev: Bulgaria Continues to Lose its Most Valuable Wealth - the People

,,High-level corruption and widespread crime, especially in small settlements, require the legislative and control functions of the National Assembly to focus on strengthening the rule of law.'' This is what President Rumen Radev said in a speech from the parliamentary rostrum at the beginning of the eighth session of the 44th National Assembly.

BIRN Offers Grants to Explore War Crimes Archives

The Balkan Investigative Reporting Network has launched a call for proposals for small projects by journalists, artists, historians and civil society activists covering topics related to the archives of the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia and domestic courts in former Yugoslav countries that dealt with war crimes cases.

Democracy Digest: Ten Podcasts Worth Your Time

Is Humour the Best Antidote to Tyranny?

British-American author Andrew Keen has been travelling the globe to investigate what he calls "the contemporary crisis of democracy" for his Keen On Democracy podcast series.

In this episode, he talks to Michael Zantovksy, a Czech diplomat, writer and human rights activist, on how to fight authoritarianism with humour.

Iohannis: Day of Remembrance for Victims of Fascism and Communism entails firm condemnation of both ideologies

President Klaus Iohannis on Friday, August 23, the Day of Remembrance for Victims of Fascism and Communism, released a message in which he underscores that this day compels us to reiterate "firm" condemnation of both ideologies, in all their forms, and to remember the innocent victims of those regimes.

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