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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.
April 9, 2021
US infrastructure drive won't be as easy as it looks
On paper, President Joe Biden's vision of a $2 billion infrastructure construction program to rekindle American domestic competitiveness looks good. However, politics dictate it won't be easy to achieve.
April 7, 2021
Striving for the vision of digital transformation
Huawei has responded with vision, energy and prudence to unfair efforts by the U.S. government to try and cripple its business.
April 1, 2021
Suez Canal jam: How supply chains can be resilient in wake of crises
The single reliance upon a sole route can easily create trouble when it is disrupted. Therefore, it is important to find other alternatives and help secure global supply chain resilience.
March 30, 2021
China's foreign policy is rooted in non-alignment
The legacy of the Non-Aligned Movement continues to live on in China's worldview, and this must be understood before ideas of a new cold war or systematic challenges to the country are hyped up.
March 29, 2021
​Is America really an exemplar of human rights?
The doctrine of American exceptionalism frames the country as benevolent, righteous and a force for good. However, its past record shows that it is less than qualified to preach to other countries on the topic.
March 24, 2021
The racial impact of US China policies
The United States must come to terms with the human consequences of its actions that have inflamed anti-Asian racism.
March 23, 2021
The need for global vaccine cooperation
Vaccine nationalism will not eliminate the pandemic, but only lead to more tragedies. COVID-19 is a global challenge that requires all countries to work together free of any "every man for himself" panic.
March 13, 2021
US-China dialogue offers bottom line on strained relations
​High-level U.S. and Chinese officials will meet next week for the first time since the Biden administration took office. While relations cannot be premised on strategic affinity anymore, a bottom line can be drawn to help alleviate tensions and create common ground.
March 11, 2021
Continued openness and free trade essential for negating economic slump
China's export boom in the first two months shows the promise of recovery in global markets.
March 6, 2021
Contrary to Western hysteria, China's vaccinations are gathering pace
Reports from some Western media have tried to discredit China's vaccination drive. However, China is now on track to vaccinate over 500 million people by the summer, having opted to first support nations put to the "back of the queue" by the West.
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