The recently concluded American University of Bulgaria (AUBG) Olympics, which invites university students from throughout the country to compete in a range of events, was the largest iteration of the games yet.
Following the appointment of Haiti’s new government, the European Union (EU), through Commissioner for International Cooperation and Development Neven Mimica, has pledged further support for the country through a new aid package.
Officials from the European Commission have said they will assess the results of the Turkish referendum and how its far-reaching constitutional amendments might affect the country’s European Union candidacy.
In preparation for European Bank for Reconstruction and Development's (EBRD) new country strategy for Bosnia and Herzegovina, members of the board of directors recently travelled to the county to meet with government authorities, business representatives and civil society organizations.
Government corruption is a problem all over the world, but some of the countries in the Balkan region continue to struggle with relatively serious governmental and political problems, even in the modern age.