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Harry Kazianis

Harry Kazianis is managing editor of The National Interest. He also serves as a non-resident Senior Fellow at the China Policy Institute-University of Nottingham as well as a non-resident WSD Handa fellow at the Center for Strategic and International Studies:PACNET. He formerly served as editor of The Diplomat. He can be reached via email here.


Articles by Harry Kazianis (2)

  • The real military game-changer: Hypersonic weapons 101

    Harry Kazianis, a non-resident Senior Fellow at the China Policy Institute (University of Nottingham) and Managing Editor of the Washington, DC-based international affairs publication The National Interest interviewed John Stillion, a Senior Fellow at the Center for Strategic and Budgetary Assessments (CSBA). Q: Please describe what exactly a hypersonic weapon is, for our readers. A: NASA defines the hypersonic regime as speeds greater than Mach 5 but less than Mach 25.