Harry Kazianis is an American personality who serves as the Senior Director of Korean Studies at the Center for National Interest. He is also the senior editor for the same department. Harry Kazianis is one of those senior editors who publish commentary and commentary across the screen of multiple media outlets including LA Times, Fox News, Foreign Policy, The Hill, The Washington Times, France 24, The Australian, Newsweek Japan, National Public Radio and many other.
Harry Kazianis, who is currently in his mid to late 50s, grew up in the United States. He has yet to provide details about his parents’ identities, their lives and the details of the siblings. According to his LinkedIn profile, he went to the University of Rhode Island where he received his BA with majors in history and political science. Harry also attended other universities, including Tufts University, where he continued his summer school program in Decision Making and Public Policy, after which he received his other degree in ALM (International Relations) from Harvard University.
Harry Kazianis career
As executive director of the Center for National Interest, Harry began his career in June 1997 while serving as editor for a foreign policy forum. The Foreign Policy Forum was the “pre-Google” of the period when he sacrificed three years of his life before taking on any other post. Harry Kazianis has worked for various outlets, that’s at least 17 different positions in all. He has worked as National Security Editor (at E-International Relations), Policy Analyst (at Foreword Report), John Hay Initiative (The JOHN HAY INITIATIVE), Editor.
He later served as National Security Columnist (At The Diplomat), WSD-Handa Fellow (Pacific Forum CSIS), Contributing Writer (The Hill), Foreign Policy Working Group (Ted Cruz for President 2016), Senior Communications Manager: Foreign Policy ( The Heritage Foundation), Contributing Editor (at Asia Times and later The Week), Fox News Opinion Contributor (Fox News TV), Senior Fellow China Policy Institute (University of Nottingham), Fellow National Security Affairs (The Potomac Foundation), Distinguished Contributor (at The Hill), Executive Editor and Columnist (The National Interest), Contributing Editor (19FortyFive) and finally at the Center for National Interest where he still works and has spanned at least 7 years.
Harry Kazianis biography
|Real name||Harry J Kazianis|
|date of birth||1970s|
|Age (as of 2022)||50s|
|residence||Washington, District of Columbia, United States|
|height||in feet inches – 5′ 7” – in centimeters – 170 cm|
|Weight||in kilograms – 70kg – in pounds – 154 pounds|
|shoe size||9 (USA)|
|Hair color||dark brown|
|eye color||dark brown|
Harry Kazianis Family
|Who is Harry Kazianis’ wife?||–|
Harry is a happily married man who has yet to share the insights of his life. So far it is only known that he is married and now has adult children. But he seems secretive or withdrawn when it comes to the details of his life. He doesn’t have a Wikipedia page to his name but does have an IMDb page describing him as the personality who contributed to some of the famous shows like America’s Newsroom (2007), Fox News Live (2008) and Fox Files (1998). contributed).
Harry Kaziani’s net worth
What is certain is that Mr. Harry Kazianis earns millions due to his professional career. He has had a long journey with different careers in different fields. At the time he worked at Fox News, he was the station’s editor and writer. Despite this, he has also co-authored and edited some recent articles, including the US-Japan Trilateral Cooperation and Vietnam, and other publications on US military policy. On his LinkedIn profile, he published a few articles on the Ukraine-Russia war, which attracted the main highlights of 2022.