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George Dyson is Head of Research at CEFTUS. He has spent several years living and working in Turkey and the MENA region, focusing on research into peace-building and political risk, but has also worked on finance and other areas. He has worked in particular on the Kurdish issue and radicalisation. He holds a Master’s in Comparative Politics from the London School of Economics and Political Science.

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