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Misha Glenny

Nationality: British

Misha Glenny (born 1958) is a British journalist and specialist on Southeastern Europe. He was educated at an independent boys' school, Magdalen College School, in Oxford, and at both Bristol University and Charles University in Prague before becoming a correspondent for the BBC. He made a name for himself reporting on the crisis in Yugoslavia in the late 1980s and early 1990s as the Central European correspondent. For this coverage, Glenny won a Sony Award in 1993. Misha Glenny has also written three books about Central and Eastern Europe. He is the son of the academic Michael Glenny. He is married to the journalist and broadcaster Kirsty Lang and has three children, Miljan and Sasha Glenny (from his first marriage), and Callum Lang.