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- Dylan Craig is an instructor of International Relations in the School of International Studies. His most recent work is on ‘proxy wars’: the invisible interstate wars which underpin many of today’s intractable civil conflicts. Before joining the SIS community in 2004, he taught colonial and Cold War history at Rhodes University in South Africa.
DegreesPhD (International Relations), American University; MA (Historical Studies), University of Cape Town (UCT), South Africa; Postgraduate Diploma in Organization and Management, UCT; BA (Psychology), UCT
Book Currently Reading:Jerusalem: The Biography, by Simon Sebag Montefiore
Languages Spoken:English, Afrikaans
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