Revolution in Bulgaria? Not so fast!

The mass protest movement is here but what chance does it have of achieving substantial change?Georgi HristovHe is a Bulgarian journalist, activist and translator. Regularly contributes to The Barricade and the Bulgarian daily paper Duma. Interested in social phenomena and processes, international politics, trade and economic issues. Manages the anti-mainstream

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Bulgaria protests: what is to be known?

The Barricade talks to one of the preferred commentators of the 2020 protests in Bulgaria in the internatinal pressBoyan StanislavskiBulgarian and Polish activist, journalist, editor, publisher and translator. In the late `90 active in the Polish left and later in the labor movement, particularly the biggest Polish labor confederation —

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Class, Race, Police and riots in the U.S.

An interview with the American veteran journalist Ralph SeligerBoyan StanislavskiBulgarian and Polish activist, journalist, editor, publisher and translator. In the late `90 active in the Polish left and later in the labor movement, particularly the biggest Polish labor confederation — The All-Poland Trade Union Alliance. Until 2012 editor-in-chief of its

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The protests in France and their future

Bruno Drwęski is a historian, a political scientist, the director of the Polish section of the National Institute of Oriental Languages and Civilizations (INALCO), and a member of Sorbonne University. He is also general secretary of L‘Appel Franco-Arabe, former chief editor of La Pensée, author of the publications La Nouvelle

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