Latest Media Appearances
Jamestown Fellow Matthew Brazil was recently quoted in the New York Times regarding an ongoing U.S. Treasury Department investigation of Huawei, the Chinese tech giant. Mr. Brazil previously worked in corporate security and for the U.S. Commercial Service in China. Full article available here.
On April 9, 2017, The Wall Street Journal quoted Jacob Zenn in an article titled "Stockholm Attack Puts Focus on Terrorists From Central Asia." In the article, Zenn comments on the underappreciated consequences of Central Asians fighting with extremist groups in Syria and Afghanistan returning... MORE
Jamestown Fellow Peter Mattis and China Brief contributor Samantha Hoffman gave a presentation, "Managing the power within China’s Central State Security Commission," at the International Institute for Strategic Studies in London on April 4. A description of the event is available here and a complete recording... MORE
On February 17, Ukrinform interviewed Jamestown Senior Fellow Vladimir Socor about the prospects of the West lifting sanctions to push Russia to abide by the Minsk ceasefire deal.
Jamestown Foundation Senior Fellow Willy Lam was quoted by the Financial Times in an article on the disappearance of Canadian Billionaire Xiao Jianhua. To read the full article click here.
Jamestown expert Pavel k. Baev was quoted in a December 5, 2016 Washington Post article titled "Russian Jets Keep Crashing, and It May Be An Aircraft Carrier's Fault." To read the article and Baev's insight, please click here.
On January 14, The Washington Post quoted regular Eurasia Daily Monitor contributor and Russia expert Pavel Baev on what to expect from Russia-U.S. relations under the Trump administration. Baev provided insight into what to expect from negotiations between Russia and the United States in the... MORE
Jamestown Fellow Jacob Zenn was quoted in a January 4, 2017 Daily Beast article titled "Vladimir Putin's Newest Export: Terrorists." In the article, Zenn comments on Uzbeks being radicalized in Russia. To read the article and more insight from Jacob Zen, please click here.
The Economist quoted former China Brief Editor Peter Mattis and Matt Brazil. The article from November 12, "Happenstance and Enemy Action," discusses how world intelligence agencies are refocusing on China. Mattis and Brazil are writing a book on Chinese intelligence. The full article is available here.
On November 15, Voice of America published an article quoting Michael Horton, who spoke on the United States' potential role in helping to end the war in Yemen.