ReportNov 17, 2023
Relying on old enemies: The challenge of Taiwan’s economic ties to China
By Jeremy Mark, Niels Graham
This economic challenge will be just as important to Taiwan’s economic and political well-being as the imperative to strengthen military capabilities and alliances in the Asia-Pacific, especially as Taiwanese companies join other multinationals in de-risking their investments in China.
EconographicsOct 24, 2023
Creditors are still not doing enough to relieve developing country debt: A tale of two confabs
By Vasuki Shastry and Jeremy Mark
The fragmentation on display at the IMF - WB Annual Meetings and the BRI Anniversary event doesn't bode well for deeply indebted developing countries.
Jeremy Mark is a nonresident senior fellow at the Atlantic Council’s GeoEconomics Center and a specialist in political, economic and financial issues related to Asia and Africa. With the GeoEconomics Center, he writes on US-China issues and developing country debt. He worked for the International Monetary Fund as a communications specialist for more than two decades, including as an adviser and speechwriter to the IMF management team. He also was responsible at various points in his career at the IMF for communications in Africa and Asia as well as outreach on policy issues related to developing countries worldwide; global interaction with legislators, trade unions and civil society organizations; and interaction with the Chinese media. He also was a reporter and editor with The Wall Street Journal, The Asian Wall Street Journal, and CNBC Asia. He was stationed in New York, Tokyo, Taipei, and Singapore, and was co-winner of the 1995 Malcolm Forbes Award of U.S. Overseas Press Club.
Mark holds a BA in East Asian Studies and Chinese language from Vassar College, an MA in Southeast Asian Studies from the School of Oriental and African Studies of the University of London and an MSc in Journalism from Columbia University.