This article was published in the Romanian journal Psihologia Socială (1) in French in the issue no. 46 (II) of 2020, pp. 11–18.
Professor Petar-Emil Mitev was born on 21 April 1936 in Sofia. He graduated in philosophy at Sofia University “St. Kliment Ohridski ”(1958). He defended his doctoral dissertation (Ph.D., 1972), became an associate professor (1975), doctor of philosophical sciences (1983) and professor (1985).
He teaches at Sofia University “St. Kliment Ohridski (1960–2011), where he headed the Center for the Study of Ideologies at the Faculty of Philosophy (1988–1993, 1996–2001). In the period 1972–1988 he was the director of the Research Institute for Youth at the Central Committee of Communist Youth Organisation(2).
He was the president of Research Committee 34 “Sociology of Youth” of the International Sociological Association / ISA (1982-1986), Member of the Research Coordinating Committee of ISA (1986-1990), Member of the Advisory Board of IC 34 “Sociology of Youth” of ISA ( 1998–2002).
Chairman of the Bulgarian Association of Sociology (1991-1995 and 1997-1999), Chairman of the Specialized Scientific Council for Political Science (2004-2010). Since 2002 he has been managing the Ivan Hadjiiski Institute for Social Values and Structures.
A presentation of the Bilateral Chamber of Commerce Bulgaria-Romania, which is based in Sofia and Bucharest
This text was given to the blog The Bridge of Friendship by the head of the Bilateral Chamber of Commerce Bulgaria-Romania Doru Dragomir so that it could be used in a digital book on the Bulgarian-Romanian relations, The book should be published online later this autumn.
The bilateral chamber of commerce Bulgaria-Romania is an organisation, whose main goal is to support the business communities in Romania and in Bulgaria in their desire to find partners in the two countries, in finding mutually complementing packages of offered products and services and in their promotion on a global scale.
The EU, Russia and China have their own visions for the Middle East, which emphasise economic development and cooperation. A surprising step towards the peace camp was made by the UAE
This article was published on 13 August 2019 on the English section of the site „The Barricade”.
The world media reports abundantly on the escalation of tensions in the Middle East. In the hot summer of 2019 we followed the takedown of an American drone, which Iran claimed entered its aerial space. The UK captured an Iranian tanker around Gibraltar, claiming that it was about to deliver petrol to Syria, against international rules. Iranian military seized a British tanker in the Strait of Hormuz. We also learned that the USA has introduced sanctions against the Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif, who played a key role in the negotiations and signing of the 2015 nuclear agreement with the group of six (USA, UK, France, Germany, Russia and China).
What has a more difficult time grabbing the attention of the international press are the efforts of a number of countries supporting peaceful development and easing of tension in the Middle East. The EU, Russia and China see possibilities for economic development, reconciliation, trade, and security partnerships in this region. Without saying so openly, these concepts are being realized, evidently counter the confrontation strategy of Iran’s adversaries.
Mizuki Higashino and Masaki Takada from the Ballet of State Opera Rousse on the scene in Giurgiu (photo: Cornel Calagiu)
The Ballet of the State Opera Rousse has interpreted classical and contemporary ballet fragments in Giurgiu
This text is a press release by the Theatre Tudor Vianu Giurgiu.
I haven’t read any announcements for visits in Giurgiu of classical and contemporary ballet teams in the last 20 years. And now, as a result of an inspiring cultural cooperation between the Theatre “Tudor Vianu” in Giurgiu and the State Opera in Rousse on the day of 22 April 2019 we hosted on the scene of Giurgiu a real ballet gala. Famous fragments from 20 masterpieces of the universal ballet heritage were interpreted by 30 ballet dancers from the Bulgarian neighbouring city. The public of Giurgiu applauded the impressive performances of the Bulgarian dancers numerous times.
Georgi Pirinski (photo: Veni Markovski for Wikipedia)
Both EU member states have clearly overlapping interests in the realisation of peace and sustainable development in the region of Black Sea, believes the Bulgarian diplomat and member of the European parliament
Georgi Pirinski is born on 10 September 1948 in New York. He was the Bulgarian deputy minister of foreign trade between 1980 and 1989. He was a member of the Bulgarian parliament in the period 1990-2013. He was the foreign minister of Bulgaria (1995-1996) and president of the National Assembly (2005-2009). He became a member of the European parliament in 2014.
Mr. Pirinski, at a round table in Sofia in the beginning of April 2017 you presented the idea for the creation of a Black Sea euroregion, which could become a part of the political initiatives of the Bulgarian presidency of the EU in the first half of 2018. What is the essence of your idea? What are the results that you expect to be obtained by the Black Sea countries and by the EU following its realization?
The essence of the idea which was discussed at the conference on 3 April 2017 in Sofia was that an attempt could be made for Bulgaria and Romania as Black Sea member states of the EU to initiate the development of the so-called Macroregional strategy for the Black Sea region. In conformity with the common definition, a macroregional strategy is an integrated framework which is approved by the European Council and aims at the overcoming of challenges in a certain geographical region. These challenges affect member states and third countries which are placed in it. Together all of them collaborate stronger so that they could achieve economic, social and territorial cohesion.