Josiah Case
Research Scientist


Josiah Case is a Research Analyst in CNA's China Studies Program. His research at CNA has focused on PRC media, China's response to the Russian invasion of Ukraine, Chinese perceptions of US military operations and activities in the Indo-Pacific and beyond, and Beijing's global activities during the COVID-19 pandemic. Prior to joining CNA, Josiah was a teaching assistant and lecturer at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign, where he earned his master's degree in East Asian Studies with a focus on contemporary Chinese politics and society. He studied Mandarin at Tsinghua University in Beijing.


December 15, 2020

According to CNA report, Telling China's COVID-19 Story Well: Beijing's Efforts to Control Information and Shape Public Narratives Regarding the 2020 Global Pandemic, "China tried to divert public opinion by launching 'an unprecedented disinformation propaganda [campaign],' accusing the virus of originating from another country."

Radio Free Asia: "U.S. Report: China Uses the Epidemic to Reshape Its Image"

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