Thinking the Unthinkable: Are American Companies in China Ready for a Serious Crisis?
The last time Americans, Japanese, and other foreigners wanted to depart China all at once was 1989, in the wake of the June Fourth Tian’anmen Incident. Now there may be ten times as many foreigners living in China. What might happen if another crisis at that level arose, and hundreds of thousands wanted to simultaneously depart?
The Stable Door and Chollima: American CPUs, Chinese Computers and North Korean IT
American CPUs and Chinese computers have featured prominently for the past two years at the annual Pyongyang trade fair each May. This is no longer a trickle, but a flood, of information technology into North Korea. Can Chinese supercomputing for North Korea’s missile and nuclear programs be far behind? Article from October 2016.
Addressing Rising Business Risk in China
US-China relations continue their downward slide, while American people and assets in China from businesses and other organizations are at an historic peak. How should businesses mitigate rising risk under these circumstances? Article from May 2016.
Matt Brazil quoted in the New York Times
Jamestown Fellow Matt Brazil was quoted in the LA Times on September 24, 2016 on how China views espionage.