On 28 November, The Global Lead published an article by Alastair looking at Trump-derived political risk between now and the 2020 elections in the US with special reference to China/US relations (including trade) and Iran/oil.
In the past couple of weeks Alastair has published four more short pieces on political risk in The Global Lead examining the Brazilian and Indian elections, Brexit, oil (which also featured in Arab Digest) and US/China relations.
The start of this month marked the first anniversary of Alastair’s debut as a contributor to the e-journal, ‘The Global Lead’. Since then, he has averaged one article per week. Th hyperlinks below go to a selection of recent contributions.
On 20 August, Alastair again did what is rapidly becoming a regular double act with the Bank of Singapore’s Chief Economist, Richard Jerram, speaking on political risk at a client conference in Singapore.
On 28 January Alastair was the keynote speaker at the Bank of Singapore’s Outlook 2018 dinner in Dubai, focusing on whether events in the Gulf region could drive a bubble-bursting spike in the price of oil this year.