Paul Domjan

Tellimer Research

Senior Contributing Analyst @ Tellimer Research

Paul writes for Tellimer, having previously been Head of Research. He joined Tellimer from 4CAST-RGE, a leading provider of thematic and intraday economic analysis, where he served as CEO. Paul has a strong background in public policy, as a special adviser to the UK parliament, energy security adviser to the U.S. Department of Defense and political scenarios analyst at Royal Dutch/Shell.

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The real reason China is restricting New Year travel: Soft power dominance

The scale on which China travels at New Year is truly staggering. Given China’s very low level of cases, the scale of concern might seem overblown. If South Africa’s recent purchase of Oxford AstraZeneca at US$5.25 per dose is taken as a maximum – EU...
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Paul Domjan @ Tellimer Research 13 February 2021
The real reason China is restricting New Year travel: Soft power dominance
The real reason China is restricting New Year travel: Soft power dominance

Vaccine diplomacy scorecard: Israel and UAE lead

Media, whether traditional, professional or social, is now filled with commentary on the ongoing global vaccine rollout. Covid vaccination is a deadly serious matter, but we often think about geopolitics as a game. Dubai’s yellow card is partly offse...
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Paul Domjan @ Tellimer Research 6 February 2021
Vaccine diplomacy scorecard: Israel and UAE lead
Vaccine diplomacy scorecard: Israel and UAE lead

Tech war: Is Big Tech the new oil or the new defense?

On 15 January, Sweden’s Supreme Administrative Court ruled against Huawei and ZTE, allowing Sweden’s telecoms authority to proceed with a 5G auction that excluded the two Chinese companies on 19 January. If the former, then Honor will be able to rely...
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Paul Domjan @ Tellimer Research 30 January 2021
Tech war: Is Big Tech the new oil or the new defense?
Tech war: Is Big Tech the new oil or the new defense?

No, I would no longer rather be back in Africa

As Covid-19 gripped the world in March 2020, I reflected on my experience over the preceding six months traveling overland from Cape Town to Kigali and concluded that I’d rather be back in Africa. Before looking at why Africa will suffer in 2021, I’d...
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Paul Domjan @ Tellimer Research 23 January 2021
No, I would no longer rather be back in Africa
No, I would no longer rather be back in Africa

Passing the (nuclear) ball—the future of conflict under a Biden presidency

What would you do the morning before being inaugurated as President or Vice-President of the United States? Or, in today’s terms, is not the result of a cyberattack on the nuclear launch facility. Shortly after Trump’s election, Gen John Hyten, then...
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Paul Domjan @ Tellimer Research 20 January 2021
Passing the (nuclear) ball—the future of conflict under a Biden presidency
Passing the (nuclear) ball—the future of conflict under a Biden presidency

Bitcoin rally to drive central bank digital currency… even before the collapse

The story of James Howells is remarkable. All this institutional interest and enthusiasm for Bitcoin price appreciation means that Bitcoin, and perhaps other cryptocurrencies, are likely to have a place in the financial system now and into the future...
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Paul Domjan @ Tellimer Research 16 January 2021
Bitcoin rally to drive central bank digital currency… even before the collapse
Bitcoin rally to drive central bank digital currency… even before the collapse

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