Craig Oliphant

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(spook?, deep state operative?)
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BornApril 1956
Alma materUniversity of St Andrews
Member ofForeign Policy Centre, Integrity Initiative/Cluster/UK/Inner Core, Peaceful Change Initiative
Member of the Integrity Initiative's Integrity Initiative/Cluster/UK/Inner Core

Craig Oliphant OBE is a member of the Integrity Initiative/Cluster/UK/Inner Core.[1]


"Craig Oliphant is a Senior Adviser in the NGO sector, at the London-based Peaceful Change Initiative (PCi). He was previously Europe/Central Asia adviser at the NGO Saferworld (2011-2015). Until the end of 2010 his career was in the British diplomatic service and he was Head of the Eastern Research Group at the FCO, dealing with Russia and Eastern Europe, and with a particular focus on protracted conflicts in the Caucasus. Other posts held at NATO and the OSCE in the 1990s – in Brussels and The Hague, at the OSCE High Commissioner on National Minorities, respectively – and at Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty in Munich in the 1980s. He was awarded the OBE in the Queen’s Birthday Honours in June 2011. From 2014-2018 he was a member of the Council of Europe's Advisory Committee on the FCNM (Framework Convention on National Minorities), including two years from 2016 as Vice President of the Committee. Craig is also a Senior Adviser at the Foreign Policy Centre in London. Married with two daughters, he holds an MA(Hons.) in Modern Languages from the University of St Andrews."[2]

"In the first half of the 1990s, Craig held posts in Brussels at NATO as an advisor on Russia/Eastern Europe and was then at the OSCE in The Hague, as a regional advisor to the OSCE High Commissioner on National Minorities. Before that he was at the UK Ministry of Defence (MOD), as a senior lecturer at the Conflict Studies Research Centre at RMA Sandhurst; he also worked for several years in the 1980s at Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty in Munich, Germany. Craig has published widely on Russia/FSU affairs. He is a member of IISS; RUSI; a Fellow of Royal Society of Arts. He was awarded the OBE in the Queen’s Birthday Honours in June 2011."[3]