About

Rob Crilly is Pakistan correspondent of The Daily Telegraph and The Sunday Telegraph. Before that he spent five years writing about Africa for The Times, The Irish Times, The Daily Mail, The Scotsman and The Christian Science Monitor from his base in Nairobi. South of West is a laboured description of Africa’s position relative to the developed world. Or something. And can also describe Pakistan’s position relative to the global North. Possibly. His book on Darfur was published in February 2010 and he also blogs for the Frontline Club.

North Darfur

You can contact him using the following form, or leave a comment below

8 responses to “About

  1. Oh..i love those days when you just don’t have anything better to do than to
    search for random blogs trying to find something interesting to read. And i’m
    always lucky, today i found your blog and it brightened up my day to the MAX, looking forward to coming back for an evening read :)

  2. Great Blog Rob, Africa is truly wonderfull

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  4. Oops! I forgot to add my own address:

    moleverde@gmail.com

    Cheers,

    David Martinez

  5. Hello,
    I’m an Australian university student doing research on aid worker blogging and was hoping you’d be able to complete a quick survey I’ve created- here’s the link:
    http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/32FNKDY
    your contribution would be greatly appreciated. If you have any questions please feel free to email me.
    All the best,
    Zoe

  6. I really liked and enjoyed your book on Darfur (everyone’s favorite African war). I was initially looking for readings to become more knowledgeable about South Sudan and your book did make me more knowledgeable on that and the totality of the conflicts in Sudan. I’ll warmly recommend your book!

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  8. “Newsweek’s ‘Muslim Rage’: A sickening piece of shock journalism that cheapens a once great magazine”

    Great article.

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