• May 23, 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

  • New challenges await Trump as he heads to Europe
    By Andrew Hammond, Special to Gulf News
    Washington’s success in managing the complexity of global affairs will increasingly depend on such partnerships and alliance-building going forward
  • Why the world is watching Iran’s election
    By Andrew Hammond, Special to Gulf News
    While Rouhani’s vision for greater engagement with the West is centre stage in the debate, his fate may rest more on the interrelated issue of public perceptions
  • UK local elections are a ‘warm up’ act
    By Andrew Hammond, Special to Gulf News
    May’s decision to call a general election is based on her belief that she can win a huge, historic victory on June 8, but this is by no means certain
  • Rationale of a Trump foreign policy
    By Andrew Hammond, Special to Gulf News
    While his campaign rhetoric will probably continue to be watered down in multiple areas, a significant recasting could still be on the horizon
  • US reassures allies with Pence odyssey
    By Andrew Hammond, Special to Gulf News
    Washington confirmed that its two decades long policy of ‘strategic patience’ towards North Korea is over and all options are now on the table
  • French poll is most unpredictable in decades
    By Andrew Hammond, Special to Gulf News
    Part of the uncertainty stems from the surveys that suggest up to a third of 45.7m voters might abstain given the current angst about politics