Peter Harris, National Interest

Peter Harris

National Interest

Colorado, United States

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Past articles by Peter:

Korea Watch

Edited by Harry J. Kazianis, the Center for the National Interest’s Korean Studies Senior Director and TNI’s Executive Editor, Korea Watch is our portal into all things Korea. In this space, we will tackle issues such as the North Korea challenge, U.S.-DPRK relations, South Korean domestic politics and economic issues, technological innovations originating on the Korean → Read More

Donald Trump's New Coronavirus Strategy: Blame China?

Using the coronavirus as a stick for beating China would not be good foreign policy. Most importantly, antagonizing Beijing would hamper international efforts to deal with the virus. → Read More

Where is Trump the Realist?

For better or worse, Donald Trump listens to his advisers on foreign policy. → Read More

When Will the Unipolar World End?

Hegemony is premised on dominance in Asia and Europe. → Read More

Trump Needs To Make Up His Mind On China

Trump is captivated by the process of the trade war itself rather than the long-term prospect of any particular outcome. → Read More

Britain Can Stop Brexit—But Do Its Leaders Want To?

Members of Parliament seem committed to voting down anything that resembles Theresa May’s withdrawal agreement—even if that means risking a “hard” Brexit. → Read More

May's Brexit Nightmare

London faces only bad choices. → Read More

Why Trump Will Double Down on Foreign Policy in 2019

Simple: It's the path of least resistance. → Read More

The 2018 Midterms: A Chance to Restore America’s Global Reputation?

No matter who wins, it is still too early to tell if Trumpism is the future or if it will be rejected. → Read More

There Will Be No Second Brexit Referendum

A second referendum cannot undo what has been done and the rest of the EU knows it. → Read More

Why Containing China Is Easier Said Than Done

Trump must get buy-in from his cabinet, both houses of Congress, and from everyday Americans. → Read More

The International System Was Never Built to Stop Assad

It was built to prevent major state-to-state wars and the violation of sovereignty. → Read More

Where Is America's Outrage over China's Treatment of the Uighurs?

Unfortunately, the relevance of human rights is often overshadowed by other things. → Read More

America's Worst Nightmare: Assad Is Too Big to Fail

"There are usually very real costs that flow from intervening in the affairs of others." → Read More

North Korea: The Axis of Evil’s Last Man Standing

North Korea has proven stubbornly resilient—the last of an infamous cluster of rogue states. → Read More

After Kim: Why the Mystery Surrounding North Korea is a Very Bad Thing

"The North Korean regime is a paradox: monolithic, unmoving and stubbornly persistant; yet fractured, unsettled and perilously fragile all at the same time." → Read More