Ivan Bedrov

    • Free Europe’s fabrications and Delyan Peevski’s fault

      Free Europe’s fabrications and Delyan Peevski’s fault

      Radio Free Europe’s job is not to defame public figures and institutions. It is not, but that is exactly what the Bulgarian desk of this media outlet is doing. Systematically and purposefully at that. Almost with conviction. But even the worst expectations for this (anti)Bulgarian branch of this otherwise well-respected radio station could not have foreseen the recent brutal admission of disregard for journalistic principles on its part.

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    • Free Europe recycles old lies about Delyan Peevski

      Free Europe recycles old lies about Delyan Peevski

      There are innumerable sayings around the world about all sorts of things, but some version of one in particular can be found in every European country, across the pond too. That is no coincidence. You all know it – while the cat is away, the mice will play. In that same spirit, while the new CEO of the US Agency for Global Media Michael Pack is trying to steer the Congress-funded publications, including Radio Free Europe, back to observing ethical norms and their originally intended roles, a segment of the personnel of those same media outlets is using the temporary limbo created by the reshuffling at the top (See here) to continue their proverbial mice play.

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