TODD HARRISON is director of defense budget analysis and director of the Aerospace Security Project at the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS). As a senior fellow in the International Security Program, he leads CSIS’s efforts to provide in-depth, nonpartisan research and analysis of defense funding, space security and air power issues.
KAITLYN JOHNSON is deputy director and a fellow of the Aerospace Security Project at CSIS. She manages the team’s strategic planning and research agenda. Her research specializes in topics such as space security, military space systems, commercial space policy and U.S. air dominance.
LT. COL. JOE MOYE is an active-duty U.S. Marine Corps officer with 22 years of service. His operational assignments include a marine expeditionary unit and six deployments to Africa, Europe and the Middle East. His most recent operational assignment was battalion command at Camp Lejeune, North Carolina.
MAKENA YOUNG is a research associate with the Aerospace Security Project at CSIS. Her research interests include international collaboration, space security and orbital debris. She has worked for the Federal Aviation Administration as an aerospace engineer, focusing on automatic dependent surveillance-broadcast certification and integration in small aircraft.
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DR. JINGHAO ZHOU is an associate professor of Asian studies at Hobart and William Smith Colleges in New York. His research focuses on Chinese ideology, politics and religions and U.S.-China relations. He has published dozens of journal and news articles and has written four books, including “Chinese vs. Western Perspectives: Understanding Contemporary China.” Featured on Page 16
JOHN F. TOBON of U.S. Homeland Security Investigations has over 20 years’ experience investigating complex money laundering schemes. He has helped shape international anti-money-laundering policy as a member of U.S. delegations to intergovernmental bodies, including the Financial Action Task Force. Tobon is also an adjunct professor at Florida International University’s School of International and Public Affairs, where he lectures on global financial crimes. Featured on Page 28
DOOWAN LEE is CEO and co-founder of the artificial intelligence startup VAST-OSINT. He builds data analytics tools that expose and analyze the origin of disinformation and adversarial information operations by using cyber data to authenticate content. He is also a senior advisor to the Institute for Security and Technology and an adjunct professor of politics at the University of San Francisco. Featured on Page 32
DR. SHALE HOROWITZ is a professor in the Department of Political Science at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. His research has examined international and ethnic conflict, with an emphasis on East and South Asia; the politics of international trade and finance; and the politics of market transition and institutional change in post-communist countries and East Asia. He has conducted research in China, India, South Korea, Taiwan and countries in Eastern Europe and the former Soviet Union. Featured on Page 36
ANASUA BASU RAY CHAUDHURY is a senior fellow with the Observer Research Foundation’s Neighbourhood Initiative. She specializes in South Asia, energy politics, forced migration and women in conflict zones. She is editor of the Indian Association for Asian and Pacific Studies’ online journal IAAPS Perspective and a regular contributor to peer-reviewed journals, newspapers and magazines. Featured on Page 50