Peter Juul

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Peter Juul is a senior policy analyst at American Progress, where he specializes in the Middle East, military affairs, and U.S. national security policy. He holds degrees in international relations from Carleton College and security studies from Georgetown University’s School of Foreign Service.

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Strategic Reengagement in the Middle East Report

Strategic Reengagement in the Middle East

The Biden administration can rebalance America’s policy in the Middle East through diplomacy, economic statecraft, and security cooperation—all while shifting away from direct military action.

Brian Katulis, Peter Juul

Putting Diplomacy First Report
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani meets Omani Foreign Minister Yusuf bin Alawi bin Abdullah in Tehran, Iran, on July 28, 2019. (Getty/Iranian Presidency/Handout)

Putting Diplomacy First

In order to avoid another costly war in the Middle East, the United States must prioritize diplomacy and a more balanced regional stabilization strategy.

Brian Katulis, Peter Juul

The United States Still Needs a Syria Strategy In the News

The United States Still Needs a Syria Strategy

Author Peter Juul argues that the withdrawal of U.S. troops from Syria, the ongoing Syrian refugee crisis, and an emboldened Assad regime have left the United States unable to safeguard its interests or protect against an Islamic State revival in the region.

Peter Juul

Trump’s Space Force Gets the Final Frontier All Wrong In the News

Trump’s Space Force Gets the Final Frontier All Wrong

Author Peter Juul argues that instead of focusing on militarized security competition in space, the United States should favor peaceful space exploration that would benefit all nations.

Peter Juul

The New Space Race: Why America Needs a NASA for IT Research In the News

The New Space Race: Why America Needs a NASA for IT Research

In order to counter mounting global competition, Peter Juul explains why the United States needs a new civilian agency that will do for IT what NASA does for aeronautics and space exploration.

Peter Juul

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