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Радосвета Василева е бугарски правник чии истражувачки интереси ги опфаќаат правото на ЕУ и компаративното јавно и приватно право. Автор е на бројни написи за академски списанија и мислења за медиуми, како што се Еуроњуз, ЕУобсервер, Нова Источна Европа, Брисел Тајмс и други. Василева има личен блог [radosvetavassileva.blog] посветен на владеењето на правото во Бугарија. Таа е доктор на правни науки при Универзитетскиот колеџ во Лондон (Велика Британија), магистер по право при Универзитет Париз 1 Пантеон-Сорбона (Франција) а додипломските студии ги завршила на насоката по меѓународни односи при Универзитетот Тафтс (САД).

Parliamentary Elections in Bulgaria: High Stakes, Uncertain Future

Radosveta Vassileva

Radosveta vasileva 400x500Borissov’s obsession with preventing early elections at all costs and the media manipulations with the help of servile sociologists we are witnessing only evidence fear. However, fear is a bad advisor. The more GERB clings to power like a hungry dog protects a bone, the more citizens become vigilant and motivated to take the bone away from them.

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Some Sad Lessons the Western Balkans Can Learn from Bulgaria’s EU Journey

Radosveta Vassileva

Radosveta Vasileva 200x250In 2007, we were so happy and proud to be finally in that mythological space, this pretentious club for the chosen ones known as the EU. Thirteen years after accession, however, this European dream looks more like a nightmare.

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How friendly is the Bulgaria-Macedonia Friendship Treaty?

Radosveta Vassileva

Radosveta Vasileva 200x250Bitterness escalated after Bulgaria’s veto on Macedonia’s accession talks due to disputes over history. Yet, a closer look may reveal that the clash between Bulgaria and Macedonia was foreseeable.

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