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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Bulgaria’s ‘Bibi-out moment’ Or on the transformation of Israeli and Bulgarian politics- part 1

In mid-June 2021, a small country facing the eastern Mediterranean experienced a transformative political moment. In mid-August, a small country on the Western shore...

The day France fustigated Big Tech: How Google ended up in the crosshair and what will follow

At the beginning of April 2019, the European Parliament approved the EU’s unified regulation on copyright and related rights. Since then, Member States have...

The EU wants to cut emissions, Bulgaria and Eastern Europe will bear the price

In the last few years, the European Union has been going above and beyond in dealing with climate change. Clearly, this is far from...

Rushing through the waiting room: A peek at Bulgaria’s plan to adopt the Euro

As it pursued EU membership in the early 2000s, Sofia began debating about its eventual accession to the Eurozone. And, to be truthful, the...

A moment of reckoning for Big Oil? The IEA’s bombshell and its aftermath

Recently, the International Energy Agency (IEA) published a report sketching out a ‘net-zero-by-2050 scenario’ it deems still attainable. Clearly, this and similar proposal will...

American diplomacy’s comeback and Bulgaria’s institutional trench war

Even though many mainstream media outlets have not noticed it, US diplomacy has staged a gran comeback in the Balkans. The Biden administration chose...

Spending your way out of the crisis? For Bulgaria it may not be an option

Getting to know Bulgaria’s “Fiscal Reserve” Recently, Bulgarian commentators and policymakers have been whispering on the status of the “Fiscal Reserve”. This financial instrument is...

Restructuring diplomacy in the Republic of North Macedonia

Reasons to care — In lieu of an introduction Many European leaders look hopefully at the Republic of North Macedonia’s (RNM) endeavours to improve relations...

Economy explainer: Why do some make a fuss of US inflation?

In the last week many TV figureheads and politicians in the US have been speaking of rising inflation. Many economic commentators in Europe and...

Bulgarian Russophobia after the Czech affair: A divide that never waned

The Czech affair In mid-April, the alleged revelation of unprecedented Russian menace to EU-member Czechia’s internal security hit the headlines across Europe. On an otherwise...

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