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David Carter (born 4 May 1945) is a former British diplomat who is currently an academic at Cambridge University.[1] Contents 1 Education 2 Diplomatic career 3 Post retirement 4 References 5 External links // Education David Carter was brought up in Africa and taught there for a year. He graduated from the University of Wales and has a PhD from Durham University. Diplomatic career David Carter joined Research Department of the Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO) in 1970. He was posted as Second Secretary to Accra in 1971, returning to the FCO in 1975. His next posting was as First Secretary and Head of Chancery to Manila in 1980. He returned to the FCO in 1983 and was appointed South Africa desk officer in Southern African Department. In 1986, he was posted to Lusaka as Deputy High Commissioner and Head of Chancery.[2] He was in South Africa as Deputy Ambassador during the transition to democracy, and later served in India as Deputy High Commissioner. He was appointed High Commissioner to Bangladesh from 2000 to 2004. Post retirement In 2005, returning to academia, Dr David Carter went to Birmingham University as Deputy Director at the Centre for Studies in Security and Diplomacy, moving to Lucy Cavendish College, Cambridge as Bursar in July 2006. References ^ "Dr David Carter". Retrieved 17 April 2010.  ^ The Diplomatic Service List 1989 (page 138), HMSO, ISBN 0 11 591707 1 External links David Carter on Facebook Persondata Name Carter, David Alternative names Short description Date of birth Place of birth Date of death Place of death