• July 29, 2017
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Andrew Hammond

Andrew Hammond

Columnist
Specialism:
US Foreign Policy, Middle East Politics, Asian Affairs
Andrew Hammond is an Associate at LSE IDEAS, the centre at the London School of Economics and Political Science for the study of international affairs, diplomacy and grand strategy. He was formerly employed as a UK Government special adviser, and also as a geopolitics analyst and consultant at Oxford Analytica.. Follow @gulf_news on Twitter

Recent Articles

  • Rolling back Obama’s legacy makes little sense
    By Andrew Hammond, Special to Gulf News
    The new administration in Washington has failed so far to define its own international doctrine or grand strategy
  • UK government in May-hem on Brexit
    By Andrew Hammond, Special to Gulf News
    The prime minister is not resilient enough to survive the course of negotiations or have the political capital to take the necessary tough decisions
  • Hamburg G20 reveals rifts within the West
    By Andrew Hammond, Special to Gulf News
    This was one of the most memorable since 2009, though there was no significant policy push
  • Xi-Putin summit targets stronger cooperation
    By Andrew Hammond, Special to Gulf News
    Both parties are looking to enhance their strategic coordination from the Middle East to the Asia Pacific. But don’t get your hopes up just yet
  • EU has its tail up after tumultuous time
    By Andrew Hammond, Special to Gulf News
    Many European leaders believe recent economic and political news has brought in at least a temporary respite and potentially a ‘window of opportunity’ to move forward with a new agenda
  • The start of Brexit’s second chapter
    By Andrew Hammond | Special to Gulf News
    The stakes in play for an orderly exit are huge and historic not just for the UK but also for the EU