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Edmund Fitton-Brown


Edmund Fitton-Brown is a former British diplomat and coordinator of the UN Analytical Support and Sanctions Monitoring Team concerning the Islamic State, al-Qaeda, and the Taliban. The team tracks and reports on implementation of Chapter VII sanctions against UN-designated groups and affiliated individuals in support of the 1267 Committee and, within the UN, is responsible for assessing the global threat from these groups. Previously, Mr. Fitton-Brown served as British ambassador to Yemen and regional counselor for the Arabian Peninsula, among other postings in Riyadh, Cairo, Kuwait, and other locales.

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