Cameron Abadi, Foreign Policy

Cameron Abadi

Foreign Policy

Berlin, BE, Germany

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Past articles by Cameron:

Adam Tooze: How Poland Became an Economic Powerhouse

Its economy has skyrocketed since the end of communism, but so has its wealth disparity. → Read More

Adam Tooze: How China and India Could Transform the Chocolate Business

A rise in worldwide consumption would test an industry built largely on exploitation. → Read More

Adam Tooze: What the Adani Group’s Plunge Says About the Indian Economy

Fraud allegations caused $100 billion in losses for the conglomerate. → Read More

Adam Tooze on why renewable energy is a better bet than nuclear fusion

A recent breakthrough is good news, but renewables are still the better bet. → Read More

Adam Tooze: Washington Is Undermining the Trade System It Helped Build

The World Trade Organization nears a breaking point over U.S. tariffs against China. → Read More

Adam Tooze on Why the U.S. Housing Market Is Sliding and a 2023 Prediction

High interest rates are roiling the real estate market and rippling across the world economy. → Read More

2022: Iran's Year of Protest

Why Iran’s Gen Z is protesting, and why the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps won’t back down. These articles explain Tehran’s difficult 2022. → Read More

Adam Tooze on the Economics of Climate Change and Winter: Less Snowfall but No Fewer Megastorms

Less snowfall won’t necessarily mean fewer megastorms. → Read More

Will Qatar Always Be Rich?

Natural gas has made Doha wildly prosperous, but can it last in the era of climate change? → Read More

What Xi’s Zero-COVID Fiasco Might Mean for China and the World

Protests spotlight the regime's misguided approach to the pandemic and lackluster vaccination campaign. → Read More

Adam Tooze on How Thanksgiving Became All About Traveling, Eating, and Shopping

How Thanksgiving became the consumption holiday that we know and love. → Read More

What Accounts for the Economic Gap Between China and India?

The world’s two most populous countries had similar starting points, but China has outpaced India across the board. → Read More

Is the British Economy in a Doom Loop?

The currency value has fallen to a historic low, but the bigger problem may be investors opting out of government bonds. → Read More

Is Italy Seeing the Rise of a New Fascism?

The Brothers of Italy, which descended from Mussolini’s fascist movement, is projected to win the coming election. → Read More

Biden’s Push for Lower Energy Prices Amounts to a ‘Declaration of Bankruptcy’

FP columnist Adam Tooze discusses how fluctuating oil and gas prices are changing the world as we know it. → Read More

The Fall and Rise of the Russian Ruble

Western sanctions ravaged the ruble after Putin’s invasion of Ukraine. How did the currency bounce back? → Read More

‘This Is a Man Who, When Backed Into the Corner, Raises the Stakes’

FP columnist Adam Tooze on Russian President Vladimir Putin, Ukraine, and the West’s economic war against Russia. → Read More

The Year Germany Said Auf Wiedersehen to Angela Merkel

Germany said goodbye to a generational leader—and hello to an entirely new era. → Read More

Why Angela Merkel’s Succession Plan With Annegret Kramp-Karrenbauer Failed

The German chancellor’s anointed successor says she will no longer seek the country’s top position. Berlin now faces months of political uncertainty. → Read More

Hungary Finally Has an Opposition Worth a Damn

The country’s youngest party has united the left and right against Viktor Orban. → Read More