Isaac Stone Fish is the CEO and founder of the research firm Strategy Risks, which quantifies corporate exposure to China. He is also a contributing columnist at the Washington Post, a visiting fellow at the German Marshall Fund, an on-air contributor to CBSN, and the author of a monthly column on China risk for Barron’s.

A fluent Mandarin speaker, Isaac lived in Beijing for six years. He previously served as a Beijing correspondent for Newsweek, Asia editor at Foreign Policy Magazine, and a senior fellow at the Asia Society. He is also a term member of the Council on Foreign Relations, a Truman National Security fellow, an alumni of the World Economic Forum’s Global Shapers program, and the author of America Second: How America’s Elites are Making China Stronger (Knopf, 2022).