• March 25, 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

  • North Korea tops Tillerson’s Asian agenda
    By Andrew Hammond, Special to Gulf News
    His first Asia-Pacific trip underlines that Washington is looking for a new approach in the increasingly tense stand-off
  • ‘Dutch Trump’ in global spotlight
    By Andrew Hammond, Special to Gulf News
    While Wilders is unlikely to emerge this month as prime minister, his impact on the politics of his country could be significant for years to come
  • Brexit’s first chapter finishes
    By Andrew Hammond, Special to Gulf News
    The vote to leave the EU is driving clearer positioning, and potentially even significant new electoral cleavages, by the UK’s main political parties
  • Trump’s pugnacious 2017 plan
    By Andrew Hammond, Special to Gulf News
    His first major speech to Congress is expected to reassert his ‘America First’ vision and flesh out his stance toward Russia and China
  • Populist, post-truth era a challenge for West
    By Andrew Hammond, Special to Gulf News
    Forthcoming European elections will test the limits to which there are still buffers to the spread of far-right anti-establishment politics in western democracies and beyond
  • Trump and Abe augment alliance in Asia-Pacific
    By Andrew Hammond, Special to Gulf News
    Japan is worried about China’s growing influence in view of the uncertainties that Trump’s presidency will bring, including the unravelling of the TPP