Socialist art as a connection to the past
Trouw, 10 September 2011
In Bulgaria, communists have never given up on power.

Greek businesses fall down by the dozen
Trouw, 13 July 2011
They have to pay their foreign suppliers in cash, while their customers ignore their bills for six months. And banks no longer give credit. If necessary, Greek businessmen loan money on their mother's house. Without much success. The wheels of bankruptcy are spinning.

Romanian civil servants prepare for a severe winter
Trouw, 7 October 2010
It is cold for the time of the year in Bucharest. The sky is grey and a raw wind blows through the dirty streets of the old centre. Nobody can ignore it any longer: Romania is in a deep crisis.

'Bulgaria defies human rights'
Trouw, 22 July 2010
The man in the photograph stares frightened into the camera. His right eye is swollen. At other pictures he shows bruises on his hands, arms, buttocks and back. It's the result of five hours of 'interrogating' by the Bulgarian police.

'Soon we'll die from hunger'
Trouw, 6 May 2010
The Greeks are angry. Angry with their government, angry with the world around them and angry with themselves. Wednesday all over Greece Greeks took to the streets to show their anger. Public institutions stayed closed; hospitals and public transport worked Sunday shifts.

Why Bulgaria has image issues in the Netherlands
Novinite.com/Sofia News Agency, 28 January 2010
Reading the Dutch Survey it seems the relations between Bulgaria and the Netherlands couldn't be warmer. In Dutch media and society however, the image of Bulgaria can do with some serious polishing.

Hardly anybody speaks out against Galevi brothers
Trouw, 3 July 2009
Some shady characters participate in Bulgaria's elections, on Sunday. Like Galev en Hristov, suspected of racketeering