Frank Brown is the Director of the Anti-Corruption and Governance Center at the Center for International Private Enterprise (CIPE). Within the organization, he also worked on programs in Eastern Europe as well as on cross-regional trade programming with the Global Alliance for Trade Facilitation. Prior to joining CIPE, Brown spent 15 years as a journalist, the last 11 of them based in Moscow, where he was the bureau chief for Newsweek magazine. Over the course of his journalistic career, Brown reported on conflicts in Russia, Serbia, Kosovo and Sri Lanka, as well as on business, politics and religion. He holds degrees from Columbia and Yale universities. Follow Frank on Twitter.
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