The new study of the South-East Europe Programme is entitled ‘Greek-Bulgarian relations: Present state and future challenges’. The authors of the report are Yorgos Christidis, Ioannis Armakolas and Panagiotis Pachalidis. The study offers an overview of relations between the two countries for the period after the end of the Cold War. Among the issues tackled in the report are diplomatic relations and bilateral problems and disputes, economic relations, energy and infrastructure questions as well as social attitudes and media representations. The auhors of the study stress that relations between Greece and Bulgaria can be considered a Balkan ‘success story’ and a factor of stability for the wider region. In a period when instability and uncertainty in the Balkans are on the rise, Greece and Bulgaria should strengthen their multiple relations. The report ‘Greek-Bulgarian relations: Present state and future challenges’ was made possible through generous funding from thge company Xanthakis SA