Misha Glenny

Journalist and Broadcaster
Misha Glenny is a journalist and broadcaster whose books include The Balkans: Nationalism, War and the Great Powers: 1804-2012, McMafia: A Journey through the Global Criminal Underworld, and DarkMarket: How Hackers Became the New Mafia.
 

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Misha Glenny is a journalist and broadcaster whose books include The Balkans: Nationalism, War and the Great Powers: 1804-2012, McMafia: A Journey through the Global Criminal Underworld, and DarkMarket: How Hackers Became the New Mafia. During and after his career as the Guardian’s and then the BBC’s Central Europe correspondent, during which he covered the revolutions in Eastern Europe and the wars in the former Yugoslavia, he has won numerous journalistic and academic awards. He has also worked as an independent consultant to many governments and agencies. He is currently a member of the International Advisory Board of Global Witness, a London- and Washington-based NGO that seeks to uncover links between human rights abuses and the commodities industry. He is currently researching his next book, which will be on Brazil.

  • Scotland
    Strategic Europe February 7, 2014
    The Huge Effects of an Independent Scotland

    If the people of Scotland vote for independence in a forthcoming referendum, that decision will have major consequences for both the United Kingdom and the European Union.

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  • diplomacy
    Strategic Europe November 29, 2013
    A New Era of Global Diplomacy?

    The six countries leading diplomatic efforts with Iran are at odds over many strategic issues. But Tehran’s nuclear program is one area of global policy that unites them all.

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  • democracy; House of Commons
    Strategic Europe October 11, 2013
    Democracy: Down but Not Out

    The system described by Winston Churchill as “the worst form of government except all the others” may look damaged these days. But parliaments still play a vital role.

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  • Syria
    Strategic Europe August 30, 2013
    On Syria, History Teaches Profound Skepticism

    Is the Arab Spring comparable to the 1848 revolution or the Thirty Years War in Europe? Historical analogies are close enough to induce humility and pessimism.

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  • Brazil; protests
    Strategic Europe July 19, 2013
    1:0 to Brazil’s Protesters

    Brazil’s government appears to be responding to the demands of recent protests. That is good news—but more is needed, especially in the run-up to next year’s World Cup.

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  • Cameron
    Strategic Europe June 7, 2013
    Cameron: Squeezed by an Unholy Alliance

    The UK Independence Party is a real threat to Britain’s Tories. This has given the Conservative Party’s right wing leverage over Cameron on the issue of the UK’s EU membership.

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  • Taxes
    Strategic Europe April 26, 2013
    What Google’s Tax Bill Says About the EU

    Big companies take advantage of tax competition between EU countries. But is it fair to blame them? No, it is the EU that should be fixing this problem.

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  • Jahjaga; Ashton; Thaci
    Strategic Europe March 29, 2013
    Hold Your Breath for a Kosovo Deal Next Tuesday

    On April 2, the governments of Serbia and Kosovo could reach agreement on a constitutional modus vivendi. If it happens, this deal will mark a breakthrough for the entire region as well as for the EU’s Catherine Ashton.

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