- Mar 22 2023
- Client Only
An Oxford Analytica Roundtable: The Shape of 2023 in discussion with Dr Nicholas Redman
Our next roundtable is invite only, where those joining will experience an open discussion with Dr. Nicholas Redman, Editor in Chief of The Oxford Analytica Daily Brief and Director of Analysis, and two members of the Oxford Analytica Analysis team on The Shape of 2023.
2023 has started with the lifting of China’s COVID-19 protocols, the reshaping of Brazil’s government, a major earthquake in Turkey and Syria, Nigeria’s presidential campaign taking an unexpected turn, and another setback in US-China relations—caused by a balloon. These developments interact with the structural factors we identified last year as shaping short-term trends in global politics, commerce and finance. Major central banks continue to shrink their balance sheets, turning away from years of unorthodox monetary policy. The extent to which rates must rise further–to combat core inflation, even as headline inflation is easing–will have a major impact on the economic outlook for major economies, and will determine the financial landscape for government and corporate borrowers across the developing world. The war in Ukraine continues to exert a huge impact on regional economies, as Russia launches a fresh offensive in the southeast and Ukraine presses the case for Western states to provide it with increasingly sophisticated arms. US-China rivalry exerts pressure on supply chains and the outlook for global trade and governance.
Nick and his team will keep their remarks short, leaving time for your questions and comments.
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Prior to joining Oxford Analytica in 2019, Nick was the Director of Editorial at the International Institute for Strategic Studies, an independent non-partisan think tank focused on questions of international security and geopolitical risk. He was editor of Strategic Survey: The Annual Assessment of Geopolitics, and of the Adelphi monographs, as well as serving in client-facing roles, directing research and delivering briefings and presentations to government and private-sector clients.
From 2002 to 2010 Nick worked at the Economist Intelligence Unit, initially as Senior Editor for Eastern Europe on the ViewsWire service providing political and economic analysis and forecasting, and from 2005 as Editor in Chief of ViewsWire. He redesigned and taught a BA course on security in the former Soviet states at the Department of War Studies, King’s College London, in 1998/99, after which he started his career in political and economic analysis at Oxford Analytica. Twenty years on he has returned to lead our team of world-class analysts.
Nick holds a DPhil in International Relations from St Antony’s College, Oxford, an MPhil in International Relations from Queens’ College, Cambridge and a BA (first class) in International Relations and Strategic Studies from Lancaster University.