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Tom Fowdy
Tom Fowdy is a British political and international relations analyst and a graduate of Durham and Oxford universities. He writes on topics pertaining to China, the DPRK, Britain, and the U.S.
July 27, 2022
Regional prosperity must trump US power politics
Despite the U.S. obsession with decoupling, an Asian economic future without its most important players would be inconceivable.
July 23, 2022
Global debt relief should not be about politics
Several developing countries have recently faced unprecedented debt crises. The Western media have swiftly scapegoated China, but Western central banks are really to blame.
July 18, 2022
​The US economy is sinking, but Biden refuses to act
U.S. inflation is reaching catastrophic levels, and President Biden appears to have no idea how to stop it.
July 15, 2022
Boris Johnson's downfall and a Britain in crisis
Boris Johnson's many visible flaws were for some time a key aspect of his public persona and appeal, but they would also be his undoing.
July 11, 2022
​The digital economy becomes China's engine of growth
China, owing to its population size and rapid investment in internet and communications infrastructure, now wields the largest digital economy of any country in the world.
July 11, 2022
Airbus deals a testament to positive prospects of Chinese market
Recent data shows that China's economy has weathered recent economic headwinds, meaning it has great potential in terms of growth and what it can offer exporters.
July 7, 2022
China's push for renewable energy transition
China looks to lead the world in the transition to renewable energy sources with its goal to reach peak carbon emissions before 2030 and carbon neutrality before 2060.
July 4, 2022
​Why NATO's decision to label China a 'systemic challenge' is absurd
NATO has controversially labeled China as a strategic competitor and potential threat. The alliance's decision on this matter is absurd and dangerous.
June 15, 2022
US politics of hegemony will hinder Asia-Pacific region
The Pacific region has long been underpinned by multilateralism, regional integration and shared prosperity – all of which are being undermined by the behavior of the U.S.
June 9, 2022
The Summit of the Americas should not be about hegemony
The U.S., as the host of the ongoing summit of the Americas, seems intent on using the forum as a bully pulpit.
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