Evan A. Feigenbaum
Evan A. Feigenbaum is vice president for studies at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, where he oversees research in Washington, Beijing and New Delhi on a dynamic region encompassing both East Asia and South Asia. He is also the 2019-20 James R. Schlesinger Distinguished Professor at the Miller Center of Public Affairs at the University of Virginia. Initially an academic with a PhD in Chinese politics from Stanford University, Feigenbaum’s career has spanned government service, think tanks, the private sector, and three major regions of Asia.
Avery Goldstein is the David M. Knott Professor Emeritus of Global Politics and International Relations in the Political Science Department at the University of Pennsylvania. At Penn, he was also the inaugural director of the Center for the Study of Contemporary China, and Associate Director of the Christopher H. Browne Center for International Politics. His research focuses on international relations, security studies, and Chinese politics. He is the author of Rising to the Challenge: China’s Grand Strategy and International Security (Stanford University Press, 2005), Deterrence and Security in the 21st Century: China, Britain, France and the Enduring Legacy of the Nuclear Revolution (Stanford University Press, 2000), and From Bandwagon to Balance of Power Politics: Structural Constraints and Politics in China, 1949-1978 (Stanford University Press, 1991). He is also a Senior Fellow at the Foreign Policy Research Institute.
Samm Sacks is a Senior Fellow concurrently at New America and Yale Law School’s Paul Tsai China Center. She has worked on Chinese technology policy for over a decade, both within the U.S. government and in the private sector. She is writing a book (to be published by the University of Chicago Press) on U.S.-China relations through the lens of data, including the geopolitics of data privacy and cross-border data flows. Her research interests focus on China’s cyber-security and data legal framework, the U.S.-China technology relationship, and global data governance. Previously, she led China technology analysis for the political risk consulting firm Eurasia Group. She also advises corporate clients on China’s technology regulations, and testifies regularly before Congress on China’s technology and data policies.