Misha Glenny

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Misha Glenny is an award winning author and journalist who has been working in Eastern and Central Europe for 20 years. A former BBC Central Europe Correspondent, Misha is also the author of The Rebirth of History: Eastern Europe in the Age of Democracy; The Fall of Yugoslaviaand The Balkans: 1804-1999. He is the Founding Director of SEE Change, an NGO which developed cross-border cooperation between multi-ethnic municipalities in Kosovo, Serbia and Macedonia. McMafia: Crime without Frontiers, about the the rise of the shadow economy since the fall of communism and the advent of globalization, will be published in over twenty territories beginning in New York and London in April 2008.

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