Master Negotiator: The Role of James A. Baker, Iii at the End of the Cold War
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About the Author
Diana Villiers Negroponte grew up in London and Europe during the Cold War and observed its ending from the London School of Economics with anticipation. An American trained lawyer with a Ph.D. from Georgetown University, she is also the author of Seeking Peace in El Salvador: the Struggle to Reconstruct a National at the End of the Cold War and edited The End of Nostalgia: Mexico Confronts the Challenges of Global Competition. She has written widely on Mexico, Central America, and the last years of the Cold War for The Brookings Institution, Woodrow Wilson Center, and Reviews of American History. She appears on CSPAN, CNN, and MSNBC and lives in Washington, D.C.