Columnist

Hafed Al-Ghwell

Hafed Al-Ghwell is a non-resident senior fellow with the Foreign Policy Institute at the John Hopkins University School of Advance International Studies. He is also senior adviser at the international economic consultancy Maxwell Stamp and at the geopolitical risk advisory firm Oxford Analytica, a member of the Strategic Advisory Solutions International Group in Washington DC and a former adviser to the board of the World Bank Group.

Twitter: @HafedAlGhwell

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The Party has a party … but stormclouds threaten rain on China’s parade

After 70 years, communist China has outlived its foremost supporter and sponsor, the Soviet Union, due to a careful transition to state-controlled capitalism that has largely alleviated poverty and brought material comforts to its 1.4 billion people.

October 05, 2019

High-level dialogue on financing for development is crucial

On Sept. 26, the UN General Assembly will convene for the first High-Level Dialogue on Financing for Development (HLDFD), which will focus on addressing the multitrillion-dollar financing gap slowing the pace of reforms outlined in the UN’s 2015 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

September 14, 2019