James Vaughan

James Vaughan

Dr James Vaughan is a lecturer in International History at Aberystwyth University. He joined the Department of International Politics there from University College London in 2002 after working as a researcher for the BBC’s Middle East Correspondent. He specialises in the history of British and American diplomatic policy towards the Middle East. He extended his PhD thesis into a major study of American and British propaganda and public diplomacy in the Arab world during the early Cold War period. His current research focuses on the changing attitudes and policies of Britain’s major political parties towards Zionism, Israel, Palestinian nationalism, and the Arab-Israel dispute, but continues to publish on British propaganda policy towards the Arab Middle East and Iran.

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