In the NewsJul 6, 2023
Garlauskas and Culver Panelists for VOA Show
On June 30, Markus Garlauskas and Global China Hub Nonresident Senior Fellow John Culver were the guests for Voice of America’s Washington Talk panel discussion show, which focuses on North and South Korean audiences and is often watched by the US Korea analysis and policy community. The discussion focused on the new North Korea intelligence […]
New AtlanticistJun 19, 2023
Experts react: Blinken makes the rounds in Beijing. Will there be a US-China thaw?
By Atlantic Council experts
The US secretary of state has just wrapped up meetings with top Chinese officials in Beijing. Read insights from Atlantic Council experts on what was revealed and what to look for next.
John K. Culver is a nonresident senior fellow with the Atlantic Council’s Global China Hub and a former Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) senior intelligence officer with thirty-five years of experience as a leading analyst of East Asian affairs, including security, economic, and foreign-policy dimensions.
Previously as national intelligence officer for East Asia from 2015 to 2018, Culver drove the Intelligence Community’s support to top policymakers on East Asian issues and managed extensive relationships inside and outside government. He produced a large body of sophisticated, leading-edge analysis and mentored widely on analytic tradecraft. He also routinely represented the Intelligence Community to senior US policy, military, academic, private-sector and foreign-government audiences.
Culver is a recipient of the 2013 William L. Langer Award for extraordinary achievement in the CIA’s analytic mission. He was a member of the Senior Intelligence Service and CIA’s Senior Analytic Service. He was also awarded the Distinguished Career Intelligence Medal.