Latest Media Appearances
Jamestown Foundation Non-Resident Senior Fellow Pavel Felgenhauer and Analyst Aleksander Golts were interviewed by Meduza in a recent article on the Russian submarine fire, Losharik. In the article, Felgenhauer and Golts give their expert opinions on what may have occurred in the submarine that caused the... MORE
Jamestown Senior Fellow Willy Lam was quoted by The New York Times in a recent article on the recent mass protests that have broken out in Hong Kong in response to the proposed Extradition bill. Lam is quoted as saying that the protesters wanted to... MORE
Jamestown Analyst Animesh Roul was quoted by the Financial Times, in a recent article on the Easter Day terrorist attacks in Sri Lanka. Roul is quoted as saying the problems of violent Islamist extremism will worsen in South Asia as governments there are lacking the... MORE
Jamestown Research Fellow Sergey Sukhankin was interviewed by the BBC's "The Inquiry" podcast about Russian private military firm the Wagner Group.
John Dotson was quoted by the Palm Beach Post, where he spoke on the Council for the Peaceful Reunification of China's connections to the United Front Work Department, a branch of the Chinese Communist Party.
Jamestown Foundation Senior Fellow Vladimir Socor was interviewed by Haqqin.az, on February 19, regarding prospects of Russia's Nord Stream Two natural gas pipeline.
President of the Jamestown Foundation Glen Howard recently spoke on improving Belarusian-American relations following his meeting with Belorussian President Alexander Lukashenko. Glen Howard made the relevant statement while talking to reporters after the meeting, which took place on 6 November.
On July 31, Business Insider cited Andrew McGregor in an article covering the recent death of Russian journalists in the Central African Republic who were apparently investigating Russian private military company Wagner Group.
The Republic interviewed Russia expert Sergey Sukhankin on the geopolitical role Kaliningrad plays for the Kremlin, including during the World Cup.
Jamestown Fellow Jacob Zenn recently published a statement on academic discourse and the study of al-Qaeda and Boko Haram. To read his statement, please click here. A version of this article was also published in Perspectives on Terrorism. To read the article, please click here.