Claudia Trevisan is an award-winning journalist with a 30-year career in Brazil, Argentina, China, and the United States, where she worked for most of the leading Brazilian newspapers: O Estado de S.Paulo, Folha de S.Paulo and Valor Econômico. Besides being a correspondent, she has traveled extensively around the world for short assignments that took her to places as diverse as Afghanistan, Bolivia, Cuba, India, Japan, Mexico, Myanmar, North Korea, and Peru. Claudia is the author of two books about China: Os Chineses (The Chinese) and China, O Renascimento do Império (China, the Rebirth of the Empire).
In May, she graduated with distinction from the Master of International Public Policy program of the Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS). Claudia also studied Law at the University of Sao Paulo and Journalism at the Pontifical Catholic University of Sao Paulo. She is a non-resident fellow at SAIS’s Foreign Policy Institute. Her research topic is the interaction between China and Latin American and its consequences for the United States and its relations with the region.