• February 19, 2018
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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

  • South Korea’s Olympic ‘billboard’ to the world
    By Andrew Hammond, Special to Gulf News
    Seoul has a key opportunity to use one of the largest sporting events for a brand makeover that could produce a lasting political and economic legacy
  • Pence makes his mark in tricky Asia trip
    By Andrew Hammond, Special to Gulf News
    US vice-president’s visits to Japan and South Korea underline the possibility of a tougher American line against North Korea and reinforce his role as a prominent player in world affairs
  • China-UK ‘golden age’ renewed with May trip
    By Andrew Hammond, Special to Gulf News
    Brexit means that the May team increasingly sees that enhancing ties with Beijing, though not in an unqualified way, is in Britain’s national interest
  • Korean thaw could be Winter Olympics legacy
    By Andrew Hammond | Special to Gulf News
    While ties between North and South Korea are at least temporarily warmer, tensions between Pyongyang and Washington continue to remain high
  • Trump’s ‘America First’ pitch in question
    By Andrew Hammond, Special to Gulf News
    The World Economic Forum will tackle the multiple challenges confronting the US-led order that has only helped widen the geostrategic fissures around the globe
  • Trump’s presidency plateaus, 12 months in
    By Andrew Hammond, Special to Gulf News
    There is still time for a turnaround, provided he has the skill and temperament to re-energise his administration