Dr. Mara Oliva
The author is a historian of twentieth century US Foreign Policy at the University of Reading, UK. She specialises in Sino-American relations since the Cold War and has published extensively on the topic. She is currently the chair of the British Association of International Studies' US Foreign Policy Working Group.
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