Thomas Mills is a Lecturer in the Department of Politics, Philosophy and Religion at Lancaster University. His research lies in the field of international relations in the 20th century, with particular interests in US foreign policy toward Latin America and diplomatic relations between the US and Britain. His recent book, “Post-War Planning on the Periphery,” explores Anglo-American relations in South America during the Second World War in the broader context of the post-war economic diplomacy undertaken by the wartime allies.
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