Articles by Stephan E. Nikolov

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Sociological Problems—Post-Communism: Reload or Revert
Stephan E. Nikolov | Bulgarian Academy of Science – TRANSCEND Media Service, 16 Dec 2019

Sociological Problems—Post-Communism: Reload or Revert–Case Studies from the Balkans and Central Asia, ed. Stephan E. Nikolov, Institute for the Study of Societies and Knowledge, Bulgarian Sociological Association, Vol./mom 51, 2019

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Sound and Persuasive Voice against War
Stephan E. Nikolov, Ph.D. – TRANSCEND Media Service, 12 Oct 2015

Nobel Peace Prize more than other Nobel Prizes lost most of its credibility, more and more politicized and subjected to untrustworthy interests, culminating in recent assaulting of a Nobel Peace Prize Laureate, Medical aid group Doctors Without Borders’ hospital, by another Nobel Peace Prize Laureate, US President Obama. However, my intention is to examine another Nobel Prize, controversial and sensitive too – the one in Literature. It was awarded to Belarusian writer and journalist Svetlana Alexiyevich.

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Cuba under the Long Shadow of Castro Brothers
Stephan E. Nikolov, PhD – TRANSCEND Media Service, 12 Jan 2015

We are still to see details behind the lofty statements, that are coming just in time both for the unalterable Cuban leadership, and for the incapacitated President Obama. I believe that transition in Cuba will not be that similar to that familiar here in my country, Bulgaria, and in the Eastern Europe after 1989.

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Stephan E. Nikolov, 1 Jun 2009

Bulgaria was probably the least probable country to join the EU. It was a political rather than based on economical rationality decision, one that came in times of deep transformation of the EU itself. With the Bulgarian succession, the Cyrillic alphabet became the third official EU alphabet. And this is a distinct Bulgarian contribution to […]

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