Populism is poison. Plural cities are the antidote
Plural cities will play a critical role in determining whether humanity survives this century, or not, write Misha Glenny and Robert Muggah.
1980, BA (Hons) in Drama and Modern Language, University of Bristol; postgraduate research, Charles University, Prague. 1983-86, East European Commissioning Editor, Verso Books; 1986-88, Central European Correspondent, The Guardian, Vienna; 1989-93, Central European Correspondent, BBC World Service, Vienna; 1993-95, Writer and Broadcaster, Greece; 1995-96, Fellow, Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars, Washington DC. Since 1996, Writer and Broadcaster. Author of numerous articles and books including: The Rebirth of History: Eastern Europe in the Age of Democracy (1990); The Fall of Yugoslavia: The Third Balkan War (1992, 94 and 96); The Balkans, 1804-1999, Nationalism, War and the Great Powers (1999); Crime without Frontiers (2008), an international bestseller translated into 31 languages. Recipient of awards including Distinguished Fulbright Scholar Award (1996).