Philip Mousavizadeh is a junior in Yale College majoring in History. He is interested in US foreign policy, national security, grand strategy and great-power competition, with a focus on the Cold War and US-China relations. Philip currently serves as the US Foreign Policy intern at the Council on Foreign Relations, aiding with research for former Ambassador Robert Blackwill’s upcoming book on the US pivot to Asia. He has also worked at Just Security, where he was responsible for the Early Edition newsletter and had a number of articles published relating to US-China policy, Iran’s nuclear program and President Biden’s trip to the Middle East. On campus, Philip worked as a staff reporter for the Yale Daily News for two years, where he was tasked with reporting on University President Peter Salovey and all university-wide news. His articles on international relations have also been published in the Yale Politic and the Yale Journal on Israel and Palestine. He also worked as a World Fellow’s Liaison for the former ICRC Head of Mission in Yemen, Abdi Ismail, aiding with research and writing. Philip grew up between New York and London and his family is originally from Iran and Denmark.