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The Bulgarian protests have reached their 140th day, and are still ongoing. While both the supporters of the current government and those demanding change appear to remain firmly backed behind their positions, the prolonged political instability symbolises a bitter period for everyone in Bulgaria. 

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The media is an easily distracted friend. Although the phrase “all PR is good PR” might not be true, one thing is for sure: no PR is the worst PR. In 2011, the Nobel Peace Prize was awarded to three women, two of them from Liberia: they were on every magazine cover and in every headline.

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The Taksim square protests in Istanbul, the indignados in Spain, DANSing Bulgaria – those are just some excerpts from an inexhaustible list of stories that not long ago griped the attention of international media.

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This summer, Brazil was faced with mass protests with up to a million participants in hundreds of cities across the country. The media covered the events taking place but as the protesters disappeared, so did the media.

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It is summer. It is hot. In Europe, cold draft beers are being served while Europeans complain about the heat, well aware that, two months ago, they were complaining about the cold.

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