Isaac Stone Fish is an international affairs analyst on PRI's The World. He is also a senior fellow at the Asia Society's Center on US-China Relations, a contributor on CBSN, and a journalist who regularly writes for places like The Atlantic, The Washington Post, and Slate. Stone Fish previously served as the Asia Editor at Foreign Policy Magazine, and a Beijing correspondent for Newsweek. He is currently writing a bleak, bleak novel about Kim Jong-un and Donald J. Trump.
Rebel Pepper fled China for Japan and then Washington, DC, to escape charges of subversion because of his cartoons.