Marco Vicenzino

Marco Vicenzino

Marco Vicenzino specialises in geopolitical risk and international business development. He is strategic adviser to corporate executives and family offices operating globally, and a regular speaker at international conferences. He is a lawyer with degrees from Oxford University and Georgetown University.

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Opinion | US economic outlook until November: cloudy with a chance of escalating trade wars

Positive sentiment in the US stock market fails to account for continuing unrest in the run-up to the presidential election, a second wave of Covid-19 infections and tensions with the European Union and China.

1 Jul 2020 - 2:01AM

Positive sentiment in the US stock market fails to account for continuing unrest in the run-up to the presidential election, a second wave of Covid-19 infections and tensions with the European Union and China.

US economic outlook until November: cloudy with a chance of escalating trade wars
Opinion | US-China rivalry will shape post-coronavirus world order while India and the EU struggle to keep pace

Greater danger and fragmentation are likely in the coming years as Russia keeps its place at the great powers table while Turkey and other regional powers vie for influence.

13 Jun 2020 - 4:21AM

Greater danger and fragmentation are likely in the coming years as Russia keeps its place at the great powers table while Turkey and other regional powers vie for influence.

US-China rivalry will shape post-coronavirus world order while India and the EU struggle to keep pace
Opinion | With a pandemic stalking the world once more, March 11 will become a fateful day for the history books

On this day, the market’s longest bull run ended, leaving recession looming. The US bans travel from continental Europe, reawakening EU ideas of self-reliance. And a pandemic is declared, exposing the failure of containment and Chinese leadership, particularly for Xi Jinping. March 2020 will mark the start of a new era, with tectonic changes in the economic, political, diplomatic, social and security spheres

16 Mar 2020 - 8:48AM

On this day, the market’s longest bull run ended, leaving recession looming. The US bans travel from continental Europe, reawakening EU ideas of self-reliance. And a pandemic is declared, exposing the failure of containment and Chinese leadership, particularly for Xi Jinping. March 2020 will mark the start of a new era, with tectonic changes in the economic, political, diplomatic, social and security spheres

With a pandemic stalking the world once more, March 11 will become a fateful day for the history books
Worldwide solidarity the only response to radical terror threat
China must play its part to defuse crisis