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About Momchil Doychev

Доцент по политически науки, доктор по философия Момчил Дойчев е преподавател в департамент "Политически науки" на Нов български университет. Занимава се с темите: "Преходи към демокрация", "Управление на конфликти", "Политическата коректност и безграничната толерантност като антидемократични идеологии", "Власт, свобода и сигурност" и др.
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malinov-putin

  The spy affair involving the top Russophile in Bulgaria – Nikolay Malinov, has received an ominous turn in the last three days. Mr. Malinov was miraculously granted a three-day exemption from the ban to leave the country, allowing him to fly to Moscow and receive a Soviet time Оrder of Friendship from President Putin. The motives are clear – for outstanding contributions to the Russian nation.   Mr. Malinov is what ideally fits into the term ‘Russian agent of influence.’   The invitation and the ceremony were all carefully staged showcase of Vladimir Putin’s imperial hiatus. In the case of Mr. Malinov, it was a clear case of marked red lines the Bulgarian PM Borissov should not cross.   The most intriguing part of the story is the five-minute

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armia

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gazoprovod

  The Turk Stream is not only about bypassing Ukraine. It is a direct response by Gazprom to challenge the Southern Gas Corridor and natural gas from the Caspian Sea. The race to secure parallel routes, block transmission and storage capacities have been part and parcel of the strategy to protect market shares and pre-empt competitors from the gas market in South East, East and Central Europe, where Russia used to sell more than 70 billion cubic meters. The CEE market has long been considered ‘isolated’ thus doomed to be captured. Yet it remains critical for Gazprom’s revenue base as regional gas prices also include a monopoly premium. Natural gas prices for Moldova, Ukraine and Bulgaria are over $220 per thousand cubic meters, while at gas hubs in “old Europe”