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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A leaderless ship: The Bulgaria’s political crisis and the storm to come

Internal and international tensions Politics tends to develop in a complex conundrum in all Balkan countries. Thus, never can observers take their eyes off the...

Eastern Balkans Economic update: Romania’s and North Macedonia’s new data for 2020

When governments around the world started reacting to the pandemic, they induced a vast and unpredictable crisis. The ensuing recession struck in decidedly variegated...

When diplomacy cannot get the best of geopolitics: Cyprus’s lack of a way forward

On April 24, people from both sides gather in proximity of the demarcation line splitting the capital, Nicosia, in two. Near this highly-contest frontier,...

To get a sense of what Russia wants in the Balkans look at what Russia does: Tentative dialogue with prof. Hadzidedic

On 14 February, Modern Diplomacy published “What Russia Wants In The Balkans” by Prof. Zlatko Hadzidedic. Whilst the esteemed professor stops short of providing...

Eastern Balkans Economic update: Bulgaria’s and Greece’s new data for 2020

The pandemic-induced crisis has hit it the world in highly unequal manners both across borders and within countries. Most economies slid in a recession...

The Showman, the Democrat and the Cleaner: Bulgaria after the elections

Introduction: The beginning of a new era On March 26,‎the mandate of the Bulgarian 44th National Assembly expired. After having talked with all political parties,...

Vaccine diplomacy in South Eastern Europe: How’s the race going on?

The media dedicate increasing attention to the issue of vaccine distribution and how it affects the post-pandemic recovery. Some commentators and outlets have been...

North Macedonia’s Journey to the EU

Prime Minister Zoran Zaev’s new cabinet is confronted with a number of economic challenges, exacerbated by the economic hit to the global economy caused...

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