Jack Margolin is the Program Director of the Conflict Finance & Irregular Threats Program at C4ADS, where he oversees analysis on war economies, arms trafficking, terror finance, private military companies, and mass atrocity. Jack’s investigations and analysis have been cited by the United Nations Panel of Experts on Libya, the Wall Street Journal, the Washington Post, Vice, Buzzfeed, Foreign Policy, and Reuters. He has previously investigated illicit nuclear procurement in South Asia, Syria’s chemical weapons supply chains, illicit finance in Eastern Europe, and arms trafficking in East Africa. Prior to joining C4ADS, Jack was a Fulbright in Ukraine, where he contributed to the Kyiv Post, the Odessa Review, and RuNet Echo. Jack earned a bachelor’s degree in international security and a minor in Russian language from Tufts University.