Dr Andrew Holt is an international and political historian who specialises in twentieth-century British foreign policy. He has taught at several universities including Nottingham, Exeter and King’s College London, and held a by-fellowship at Churchill College, Cambridge. He is a Fellow of the Royal Historical Society.
Andrew is the author of The Foreign Policy of the Douglas-Home Government: Britain, the United States and the End of Empire. His latest book is Private Secretaries to the Prime Minister: Foreign Affairs from Churchill to Thatcher.