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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.
November 24, 2022
UK's U-turn puts America first, Britain last
​At the request of the U.S., the British government halted the takeover of Newport Wafer Fab, undermining jobs and investment. How much longer can the U.K. compromise its economy to appease American interests?
November 18, 2022
Multilateral diplomacy promotes communication and cooperation
Multilateralism and diplomacy face myriad threats and growing pressure worldwide. However, countries must work together if real progress is to be made.
November 7, 2022
Why Americans no longer feel democracy is delivering
As the U.S. midterm elections approach this November, a growing number of Americans are losing faith in the ability of their own democratic system to deliver for them.
October 28, 2022
Britain now needs stability above all else
The U.K. may have averted a disaster with the quick demise of Truss, but if the Conservatives are to rekindle public confidence and cajole the economy, the new prime minister must focus on achieving real results.
October 21, 2022
Mapping 10 years of China's progress
The 20th CPC National Congress is an instrument of unity, evaluation, accountability, and consensus building. This poses the question, what has China achieved under the leadership of the CPC in the past decade?
October 18, 2022
Pragmatic cooperation remains the mainstay of Sino-German ties
Germany and China will benefit from each other if the two sides continue to engage in open dialogue and pursue pragmatic cooperation.
September 30, 2022
Italy's election highlights Europe's long-term woes
Giorgia Meloni's victory in Italy represents a trend toward right-wing parties throughout Europe as a whole, reflecting the broad failure of its economic governance since 2008.
September 20, 2022
US 'commitment' to Asia is self-interested
The U.S. is using the IPEF to impose its demands on participating countries but fails to provide any substantial benefits. As such, the so-called U.S. "commitment" to Asia is actually self-interested.
September 13, 2022
Global Development Initiative: Prioritizing global development
First proposed in 2021, China's Global Development Initiative (GDI) shows that it stands ready to work with other countries in putting development at the center of the global agenda.
September 9, 2022
​Truss's tenure begins with a storm of challenges
While Liz Truss was confirmed as the new leader of the Conservative Party and Prime Minister of the United Kingdom on Monday, her tenure is getting off to an uneasy start, with a storm of challenges ahead.
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