Jack Bianchi focuses on Indo-Pacific strategy and U.S.-China long-term competition, to include the U.S.-China military balance, the defense of regional allies, nuclear strategy, technology issues, and political warfare.
Mr. Bianchi was previously a Research Analyst at Defense Group Inc. where he performed bilingual (Chinese and English) open source research and analysis for U.S. government clients on Chinese cybersecurity issues and China’s defense-related science and technology development. His prior experience also includes work at the Federal Bureau of Investigation and in the Office of Investment Security at the Department of the Treasury.
Mr. Bianchi’s writing has appeared in War on the Rocks, China Brief, and ORMS Today, as well as in CSBA publications and in Chinese Naval Shipbuilding: An Ambitious and Uncertain Course. He is a term member of the Council on Foreign Relations and a Pacific Forum Young Leader. Mr. Bianchi has working proficiency in Mandarin Chinese.
M.A., China Studies and International Economics
Johns Hopkins University School of Advanced International Studies
B.A., International Studies
International Chinese Language Program, National Taiwan University
The Beijing Center for Chinese Studies, University of International Business and Economics