Dustin Dehéz was born in 1978 in Bremen, Germany. After military service in the German army, he studied Modern History at the Universities of Freiburg (Germany) and Durham (United Kingdom). He was an intern at the Institute for African Affairs in Hamburg and the Federal Academy for Security Policy in Berlin. In early 2005 he worked for the spokesmen on Defense of the CDU/CSU in the German parliament, Christian Schmidt. From June 2005 to June 2006 he was Senior Research Fellow at the Düsseldorf Institute for Foreign- and Security Policy (DIAS), since June 2006 he is the Institute's Director for North-East African Studies. His research focuses on the Horn of Africa, Military in Africa, German Security Policy and Iranian Security Policy.
Articles by Dustin Dehéz
- Northeast African States Demand Greater Share of Nile River Water
- The Taleban of Eastern AfricaThe Islamic Courts Union won the fight over Mogadishu – is Somalia finally becoming a safe-haven for Al-Qaeda?
- Somaliland and the Issue of International Recognition
- Why Africa mattersTerrorism in Africa - the forgotten continent once more?
- Ballots, Bombs, and Bullets – Tehran’s stirrings in Southern Iraq