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Harry Kazianis

Harry Kazianis

Harry J. Kazianis serves as Managing Editor for The National Interest.

He also holds a non-resident senior fellowship at the China Policy Institute: University of Nottingham and a non-resident fellowship at CSIS:PACNET in Hawaii. Previously he was Editor of The Diplomat.

Posts by Harry Kazianis
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January 22, 2014

Is US Pacific “Dominance” Up For Grabs?

By Harry Kazianis
Admiral Locklear rightly raised alarm bells over America’s traditional regional dominance. Are policymakers listening?
January 07, 2014

China’s North Korea Opportunity

By Harry Kazianis
Will 2014 be the year that China finally reins in its dangerous neighbor in Pyongyang?

December 30, 2013

Four Flashpoints to Watch in 2014

By Harry Kazianis
After a tense 2013, don’t expect the Asia-Pacific to be any less fraught next year.

December 20, 2013

Yes, America Does Have a “China Strategy”

By Harry Kazianis
It's not that the U.S. lacks a China strategy, it's just that few understand or like the plan.

December 12, 2013

China’s Unmanned Carrier-Based J-20 is a Pipedream (For Now)

By Harry Kazianis
For years to come an unmanned, carrier-based 5th generation stealth fighter will remain a fantasy in Beijing.
December 04, 2013

A South China Sea ADIZ: China’s Next Move

By Harry Kazianis
The East China Sea Air Defense Identification Zone is just the beginning.

December 04, 2013

America’s Military at a Crossroads

By Harry Kazianis
The U.S. military faces a 21st century identity crisis. But despite blanket spending cuts, it has options.
November 27, 2013

China’s Game of Chicken in the East China Sea

Leading from behind at a time when tensions are only mounting would be a tragic mistake.

November 19, 2013

Why Would Russia Sell China Su-35 Fighter Jets?

Given China’s history of stealing Russian defense technology, Moscow’s thinking is hard to understand.

November 14, 2013

Air-Sea Battle 2.0: A Global A2/AD Response

Air-Sea Battle has evolved much since its initial public unveiling. Its critics haven’t kept up.

November 07, 2013

How Fake Missiles Pose Real Threats

Experts say that North Korea’s missile mock-ups are advancing rapidly. The US and its allies should be alarmed.

October 29, 2013

China’s Expanding Cabbage Strategy

After pursuing a cabbage strategy in the South China Sea for years, could Beijing adopt this against Japan?

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