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Themnér (formerly Nilsson,) Anders, Senior Researcher
Subject areas: Disarmament, demobilization and reintegration of ex-combatants (DDR); ex-combatant violence; informal military networks; conflict resolution;
Geographical areas: Liberia; Republic of Congo; Sierra Leone; West Africa; Zambezi River Basin.
Anders Oljelund has a degree in Political Science from the University of Lund. He Joined the Swedish Ministry for Foreign Affairs (MFA) in 1967 and has had various positions within the MFA. He was also Ambassador to Tanzania in 1989-92 and Head of Permanent Mission of Sweden to NATO, Brussels, and Ambassador to Belgium 1998. After his retirement he has worked as Adviser to the Swedish Ministry of Justice during the Swedish Presidency of the EU in 2009. Author and co-author of various reports and inquiries for the Swedish MFA and other public institutions in Sweden, among them a study on the relationship between development and security in Afghanistan. Contact: email@example.com