Hristo Guentchev

Hristo Guentchev received his architectural degree from the Technical University in Vienna, Austria. He is founder and owner of Prototyp Ltd., an international facade engineering company. Prototyp’s portfolio includes engineering work on landmark projects like the extension of the British Museum (London), BMW Museum (Munich), Louvre (Abu Dhabi), and Museum of the Bible (Washington, D.C.).

The European Union: The (Un)Conventional Rise of a Superpower


“I am strictly against a European Superstate!” Jean-Claude Juncker, President of the European Commission, told a press conference earlier this year. However, some of the Commission’s recent political initiatives make his claim seem insincere. Currently, the European Union (EU) is a free market block which has no right to prosecute, arrest or punish individuals and […]

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Trump’s Quiet Victory in Europe


In early 1943, pressured by Nazi Germany, the Bulgarian government agreed to secretly deport its 48,000 Jews to Nazi death camps. After fierce resistance from the Bulgarian Orthodox Church and Bulgarian society, however, the deportation was canceled. Bulgarians themselves, for centuries subjected to forced Islamization and ethnic cleansing by the Ottoman Empire, intuitively recognized the […]

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