Close

Donate today to keep Global Voices strong!

Watch the video: We Are Global Voices!

We report on 167 countries. We translate in 35 languages. We are Global Voices. Watch the video »

Over 800 of us from all over the world work together to bring you stories that are hard to find by yourself. But we can’t do it alone. Even though most of us are volunteers, we still need your help to support our editors, our technology, outreach and advocacy projects, and our community events.

Donate now »
GlobalVoices in Learn more »

Ruslan Trad

Contributor profile · 44 posts · joined 23 February 2010

RSS feed for Ruslan Trad RSS feed for Ruslan Trad
View all contributors »

Syrian-Bulgarian. Founder of @arabculture. Blogger, PR student, Middle East analyst, author in FP Bulgaria. Co-founder of Global Voices in Bulgarian.

Email Ruslan Trad

Latest posts by Ruslan Trad

7 May 2013

Read this post.

Crowdsourcing a Fair Election in Bulgaria

In less than five days, on May 12, Bulgarian citizens will elect a new parliament. There are doubts, however, about the fairness of the upcoming vote. To help monitor the...

1 March 2013

Read this post.

Self-Immolations Energize Bulgarian Protests

Three recent cases of self-immolation in Bulgaria have energized the protesters. New rallies are planned for March 3, Bulgaria's National Day. Ruslan Trad reports.

25 February 2013

Read this post.

Bulgarian Government Quits, But Protests Continue

The protests in Bulgaria continue: on Sunday, in Sofia and other cities, tens of thousands of people marched against corruption, high utility bills and poverty. Ruslan Trad reports from the...

18 February 2013

Read this post.

High Energy Bills Keep Bulgarians Protesting

On Sunday, February 17, tens of thousands of people in Bulgaria's capital Sofia and other cities continued to protest against high electricity and heating bills. Ruslan Trad reports.

22 January 2013

Read this post.

Inside the Audacious Assassination Attempt in Bulgaria

The January 19 gunman attack on the Bulgarian politician Ahmed Dogan has provoked many reactions by politicians and netizens - with some convinced that the assassination attempt was staged.

World regions

Countries

Languages