This table visualizes the top recipients of China's rare earth exports by element. This d3.js visual was created for the CSIS ChinaPower Project.
Using graphic illustrations and data visualizations, this microsite outlines how the U.S. trade leadership is waning and what needs to be done if the U.S. wants to further its interests.
An exercise in pushing my CSS skills to their limits, I recreated the 4 original types of Pokeballs using only a single div each.
Created for the CSIS ChinaPower Project, this scrollytelling data visualization shows both global & country-level breakdowns of water security & access. It was built using d3.js and scrollama.
This visualization shows how nuclear-capable countries distribute their weapons across land, sea, and air-based systems.
Via a clickable walkthrough, users are shown how China is rapidly joining and catching up in the global space race in terms of both numbers of launches and amount of payloads.
Featuring a visually stunning home page and final report, this website was created for a study situational awareness and strategic stability conducted by CSIS Project on Nuclear Issues.
This animated bar chart race built with D3 shows how the value of Chinese companies has quickly caught up to American companies since 2008.
This visualizations allows you to explore the trade relationship between two countries through their disputes filed in the World Trade Organization. Each dot is colored according to whether the country was the complainant or respondent in a dispute.
Looking at the Global Innovation Index and across its seven pillars of innovation, this visual allows the user to compare the rankings of up to 5 countries.
Built with CSS Grid & D3, this small multiples cartogram shows the number of broadband and mobile subscribers across China's provinces over time.
With content focusing on the intersection of ocean health and global security, this microsite includes visually engaging longform-content alongside commentaries.
This microsite was created for the CSIS Aerospace Security project. It features analysis, longform-content, a data repository with visualizations, and more.
Built to accompany the popular Trade Guys podcast, this microsite hosts new episodes, analysis, and data visualizations.
This microsite was created for the CSIS ChinaPower Project, and is home to monthly data-driven research analysis that I frequently create visualizations for.
This website is home for research conducted by the CSIS International Security Program on strategy, budget, forces, acquistion, and reform.