Dr. Jacqueline Deal, an FPRI Senior Fellow, is President and CEO of the Long Term Strategy Group, a Washington, DC-based defense consultancy. For the last decade, she has worked with the Director of the Office of the Secretary of Defense/Net Assessment on projects related to East Asia. Recent studies include an analysis of the security implications of alternative Chinese futures, an assessment of China’s capacity for technological innovation, and a book chapter on China’s energy security strategy.
Deal has held postdoctoral fellowships at the Belfer Center for Science & International Affairs at Harvard’s Kennedy School of Government and the John M. Olin Institute for Strategic Studies in the Government Department of Harvard’s Faculty of Arts & Sciences. She has been published in the New York Times, Policy Review, the Weekly Standard, and War in History, and she has been cited in a range of media outlets including Newsweek. Prior to entering the national security field, she worked as a journalist and an investment analyst.
- China and the Politics of Oil - E-Notes -
- Hearing on “China’s Narratives Regarding National Security Policy” - Transcripts and Testimonies -
- China’s Propaganda and Influence Operations, Its Intelligence Activities that Target the United States, and the Resulting Impacts on U.S. National Security - Transcripts and Testimonies -
- China and Shifting Dynamics in East Asia -
- Competing with China over the Long Haul -
- US-China Relations: Can Conflict Be Avoided? -
- The Eagle and the Dragon: China’s Place in U.S. Defense Strategy -
- The East China Sea and South China Sea Disputes: Prospects for Regional Security and U.S.-China Relations -