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Tom Chodor

Tom Chodor is a Lecturer in Politics and International Relations at the School of Social Sciences, Monash University. His research focuses on the impact of neoliberal globalisation on the political economies in the Global North and South, and on the role of rising powers, in particular the BRICS, in global governance, focusing specifically on the G20. He is author of Neoliberal Hegemony and The Pink Tide in Latin America: Breaking Up With TINA? (Palgrave 2015).

Articles by Tom Chodor (2)

  • Tariffs: the US rebuffed

    Industrial nations helped the US export its way out of trouble in the 1980s but are now less inclined to assist America with economic problems of its own making.