To suggest that US and European economies, which appear on a fiscal path not dissimilar to Japan’s, are also resilient is a position that lacks a firm footing.Read More
About the Author
William Thomson is currently a graduate student at Harvard University where his research focuses on political risk for multinationals, specifically firms involved in extractive industries in Asia. He previously served as a Strategic Advisor to NATO in Afghanistan assisting with counter-corruption and economic development issues. His writings have appeared in The Diplomat as well as the Small Wars Journal.