Denchev Kamen

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  • № 1, 2014

    • BULGARIA – RUSSIA: ENERGY INDUSTRY, BUSINESS, AND POLITICS

      The article is devoted to the analysis of the twists and turns in the Russian-Bulgarian energy dialogue after the collapse of the world socialist system. Having emphasized a lot of difficulties in the economic as well as political realm in the relations between Bulgaria and Russia, K.Denchev, however, shows that the deepening of cooperation in the energy sector not only meets the interests of both countries, but also opens up the way for the global energy security.

      DOI: 10.30570/2078-5089-2014-72-1-144-156

  • № 4, 2004

    • Antiglobalism and international terrorism

      Today’s international terrorism is interpreted in the article as a special case of the antiglobalist movement. The author specifies that the former stays apart from antiglobalism, but still is located on the same side of the barricade, because despite everything it constitutes a form of anti-system illegitimate protest. International terrorism itself is as well a manifestation of the world’s anti-Western and anti-American aspirations.

      K.Denchev goes back to the great antiquity to find analogies of contemporary terrorism. Yet he believes that terrorism did not acquire its international character until 1960s-1980s. The early 1990s demonstrated even more considerable shifts. At the time the terrorists no longer have any specific political objectives, they give up their left-wing ideological tint and lack the instinct of self-preservation. The author particularly emphasized the fact that terrorism has gained publicity due to modern information technologies.

      DOI: 10.30570/2078-5089-2004-35-4-28-40

      Pages: 28-40

  • № 4, 2001

    • Bulgarian Paradigm: Tsar – Prime Minister

      The author analyzes the causes and the significance of the former Bulgarian Tsar Simeon the Second’s success at the parliamentary elections in Bulgaria, In this respect, he refers both to the pan Balkan tendency of the revival of pro monarchic senses and the historical peculiarities of the monarch tradition in Bulgaria. The article reviews the program «800 days», which Simeon II proposed to Bulgarian voters in the course of the pre-election campaign promising changes in economic and social spheres.

  • № 3, 1999

    • The Oil and Gas Factor in International Relations

      The article analyses the oil and gas factor as one of the main elements influencing the international relations. Essentially, this is the matter of interaction between the international relations and the energetic security problems. The great importance of energy resources in the international policy provokes both hidden and open struggle of the world leading powers to control them.

      DOI: 10.30570/2078-5089-1999-13-3-130-140

      Pages: 130-140