Sam Bresnick is a senior research analyst and assistant editor at Carnegie China, where he conducts research on U.S.-China relations and Chinese foreign policy. He also plays a role in managing the organization’s research agenda. His articles have been published in Wired, Foreign Policy, The New Republic, ChinaFile, and The American Prospect. Before joining Carnegie, Sam worked as a journalist in Colombo, Sri Lanka and as a teacher in Chiang Mai, Thailand. He received his AB in comparative literature from Brown University and his MA in Asian studies from Georgetown University’s Walsh School of Foreign Service.