S02E04 – Slavery in the Middle East – Professor Thomas Otte & Robert Tombs

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Thomas Otte is Professor of Diplomatic History at the University of East Anglia. He teaches the history of modern war and conflict, military intervention and diplomacy, and British and European history, c. 1650-2000. Thomas is the author or editor of some twenty-one books, among them July Crisis: How the World Descended into War, Summer 1914 (CUP, 2014), and, most recently, Statesman of Europe: A Life of Sir Edward Grey (Allen Lane, 2020). He has been an adviser to the Foreign Office and is elected Councillor of the Royal Historical Society.

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Thomas Otte is Professor of Diplomatic History at the University of East Anglia. He teaches the history of modern war and conflict, military intervention and diplomacy, and British and European history, c. 1650-2000. Thomas is the author or editor of some twenty-one books, among them July Crisis: How the World Descended into War, Summer 1914 (CUP, 2014), and, most recently, Statesman of Europe: A Life of Sir Edward Grey (Allen Lane, 2020). He has been an adviser to the Foreign Office and is elected Councillor of the Royal Historical Society.

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