Latest Media Appearances
Jamestown Non-Resident Fellow Matthew Brazil was quoted by Newsweek in a recent article, "Chinese Spies Pose Unprecedented Threat to US Beyond Elections to Mass Infiltration of Businesses, Intelligence Officials Say." Brazil is quoted as saying that the United States is currently the dominant power, with... MORE
On August 2, The Wire China published an article featuring comments by Jamestown contributor Alla Hurska regarding Chinese space-related activities.
A recent article in ThePrint, a prominent online Indian newspaper, cited multiple Jamestown sources in order to shed light on Chinese intelligence agencies and the Strategic Support Force. The piece, "Ministries of security, Strategic Support Force — China’s intel agencies & how they operate" referenced... MORE
The Financial Times interviewed Jamestown Fellow Sergey Sukhankin, on July 10, about the activities of Russian PMC Wagner Group in Libya.
On June 20, the BBC interviewed Jamestown Non-Resident Fellow Matthew Brazil on the new National Security law being imposed on Hong Kong by Beijing. Brazil discussed the impact the new law will have on the future ability of the Chinese security services to operate openly in... MORE
On June 19, Jamestown Foundation President Glen Howard appeared on TRT World to discuss the future of US-Turkish relations in light of the internationally recognized Libyan government's, the Government of National Accord (GNA), success in pushing out Field Marshall Khalifa Haftar's forces from Tripoli, something... MORE
On June 8, the Turkish Heritage Organization posted a video interview with Jamestown analyst Can Kasapoglu, in which he discussed the future of global security, NATO and geopolitics in a post-pandemic world.
On June 8, Newstalk (Dublin, Ireland) released a recorded interview with Jamestown Fellow Sergey Sukhankin discussing the Russian PMC Wagner Group.
Jamestown Fellow Sergey Sukhankin was interviewed by 660 News, on May 7, regarding the likelihood that oil prices will ever rise back up to their pre-crisis levels.
On April 1, CTV News interviewed Jamestown Fellow Sergey Sukhankin about his latest study, written for the Calgary School of Public Policy, on Russia spreading disinformation pertaining to COVID-19.