Drewery Dyke is a Researcher at Amnesty International. Save for 2006-2007,
when he worked on Afghanistan, from 2000-2013 he worked mainly on Iran. In
2014 he started working on several Persian Gulf states. He has written for
Transparency International, the Turkish Areas Studies Group’s Review and
the now-closed Turkey Briefing. He speaks good Persian and Turkish and is
interested in folk music. He is learning the saz, a mainly Anatolian string
instrument related to Iran’s tar.