The National Bureau of Asian Research (NBR)
Anton Wishik is a Next Generation Fellow at NBR.
As a Fellow, Mr. Wishik participates in a variety of activities that support individual projects and institutional initiatives, including editing, writing, research, and outreach efforts. He also conducts independent, policy-relevant research aimed at linking the academic and policymaking communities.
Mr. Wishik completed his MA in International Affairs at the Johns Hopkins University–Nanjing University Center for Chinese and American Studies in June 2011. His thesis research involved a comparison of China’s “active strategic counterattacks on exterior lines” military strategy and anti-access/area denial doctrine, and was written and defended in Chinese. He received his BA from Western Washington University (WWU) in 2000 and taught at WWU until 2004. Mr. Wishik resided in China from 2004–11, and in addition to completing his master’s degree, he worked as a researcher, editor, and translator for China Security, a Beijing-based journal published by the World Security Institute, and interned with the U.S. Trade Representative’s Office in Beijing.
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