All articles by Sebastian Shehadi

Sebastian Shehadi is political editor at Investment Monitor and a contributing writer for the New Statesman. He joined from the Financial Times, where he was an editor at fDi Magazine. He takes special interest in geopolitics, corrosive capital and emerging markets, and has written for the FT, BBC, Sifted and Middle East Eye. Prior to his journalism career, Sebastian served as a political risk analyst at Citibank.

Sebastian Shehadi

Ukraine looks to a future as a hub for medical tourism

The Ukrainian minister of tourism says that the country’s experience of wartime injuries could turn the country into a global hub for medical rehabilitation.

From hamburgers to helmets: How foreign companies in Ukraine are supporting the war effort

Many foreign companies operating in Ukraine have swiftly moved to support the country as it defends itself from the Russian invasion. Sebastian Shehadi speaks to those on the ground assisting in any way they can.

Opinion: Why the Ukrainian economy matters to Russia (and the rest of the world)

The Ukrainian economy is a significant global player, more so than some might imagine. Its value, all too clear to Vladimir Putin, underlines Russia’s unfolding invasion of Ukraine.

The state of play: FDI in China

Despite trade wars and rising geopolitical tensions, China remains one the world’s leading destinations for FDI. Sebastian Shehadi reports.