Biography of the Author Gideon Rachman

Gideon Rachman

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  1. China's President Xi Jinping and India's Prime Minister Narendra Modi arrive for a signin

    Commentary: Look out for the oncoming great China-India split

    Whatever happened high up in the Himalayas, India feels assaulted and humiliated by China, says Gideon Rachman.
  2. U.S. President Trump holds a photo opp in front of St John's Church in Washington

    Commentary: Why George Floyd's death could tilt the US election - in Trump's favour

    US President Donald Trump may be hoping that a racially polarised and radicalised electorate will help him in the mid-western states that were ...
  3. Attendees walk past a Facebook logo during Facebook Inc's F8 developers conference in San Jose

    Commentary: The world's most powerful teenager? Facebook

    The Instagram age has given rise to a new class — the “influencers”, who persuade their followers to buy and think in certain ways. But the ...
  4. Protesters block Hong Kong MTR train door

    Commentary: The Hong Kong protests seem to be escalating instead of fading away

    The protests have now spiralled into broader complaints and become more violent and unruly, says the Financial Times' Gideon Rachman.
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    Commentary: Donald Trump is making America scary again

    The more the US president deploys weapons of economic destruction, the more trust in the US is undermined, says Financial Times' Gideon Rachman.
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    Commentary: Donald Trump is updating America’s historic ruthlessness

    Promising US voters greatness has led the president to celebrate a brutal past, says the Financial Times' Gideon Rachman.
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    Commentary: America, China and the art of confrontation

    Beijing appeasing Donald Trump or waiting him out will no longer work, says Financial Times' Gideon Rachman
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    Commentary: The end of the Angela Merkel era

    Germany is heading for a period of introversion and instability, says the Financial Times' Gideon Rachman.
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    Commentary: Donald Trump, a truly historic president

    Even ultimate failure would not invalidate his claim to be a truly historic president, says Financial Times' Gideon Rachman.
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    Commentary: A risky nuclear gamble on North Korea's Chairman Kim

    The US and South Korea are betting that the leader in Pyongyang is a secret reformer but that's a risky bet, says one observer at the Financial Times.