Fabio A. Telarico

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Fabio A. Telarico was born in Naples, Southern Italy. Since 2018 he has been publishing on websites and magazines about the culture, society and politics of South Eastern Europe and the former USSR in Italian, English, Bulgarian and French. As of 2021, he has edited two volumes and is the author of contributions in collective works. He combines his activity as author and researcher with that of regular participant to international conferences on Europe’s periphery, Russia and everything in between. For more information, visit the Author’s website (in English and Bulgarian).

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Voters’ reaction to Trump’s indictments show that his candidacy is good for US democracy

One might expect that Donald Trump’s four indictments would disrupt his campaign and turn his electoral fortunes around. Especially given that, unlike the campaign-fund...

The debate that hasn’t happened: Bulgaria and the Euro

Bulgaria will adopt the euro in 2024 because ‘he benefits  outweigh the drawbacks’. At least, this is what Bulgaria’s finance minister, Asen Vasilev,...

Know Your Weapon, Don’t Waste your Shot: Will US sanctions and military prevent WWIII?

More than a month in the Russo-Ukrainian war, the narrative has turned violently warmonger in the West. In fact, the media amplify demands for...

The Ongoing Russification of the Liberal West

When Russian troops began their invasion of Ukraine on February 24, some announced that world war three had just started. Some of this idea’s...

Eastern Balkans Economic update: New government, but even more problems in Bulgaria

Over the last two years, Bulgarian politics has manifested chronic instability, extreme fractiousness and scarce capacity for reform. Nevertheless, in the immediate aftermath of...

Freedoms and free-market capitalism beyond utopias and dystopias: A World Without Money revised

On 23 January, The Foundation for Economic Education (FEE) published “Is Star Trek’s Dream of a World Without Money Utopian or Dystopian?”, a piece does not...

Demythologizing the Russification of Bulgarian Media’s Attitude Towards Civil Society

Despite 30 years of post-socialist transformation, many CSOs in the country are unable to counter the denigrating rhetoric that some media outlets use against...

An election, another one, and yet another one: Will Bulgaria finally have a functioning government?

As of November, Bulgarian voters headed to the polls four times this year. Therefore, the news of a new election evokes little surprise —...

The neoliberal project strikes back: Upcoming regime-change in post-pandemic Bulgaria?

In the last few years, Eastern European politics has hit the headlines around the world rather often. However, commentaries on the topic have been...

Bulgaria’s ‘Bibi-out moment’ part 2

The Bulgarian populist who charmed Europe Boyko in a nutshell One of the least surprise aspects in the comparative politics of Bulgaria and Israel lies in...

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