Associate Fellow, Chatham House Prior to joining Chatham House's Africa Programme, where Page provides in-depth analysis on security, governance, and socioeconomic issues in Nigeria, he was the U.S. intelligence community’s top Nigeria expert, serving with the Department of State’s Bureau of Intelligence and Research, Defense Intelligence Agency and Marine Corps Intelligence. Page also served as deputy national intelligence officer for Africa on the National Intelligence Council. Page travels frequently to Nigeria to speak, conduct research, and engage with government officials and civil society. He received his BA in Politics, Philosophy and Economics from Oxford and his MA in War Studies from King’s College London.
GI-ACE researcher Matthew T Page presents key takeaways from new policy-relevant research into effectiveness of anti-corruption law enforcement in Nigeria.