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Andrew L. Peek is Deputy Assistant Minister for Iraq and Iran at the Office of Near Eastern Affairs. Prior to joining the State Department, he was a Fellow at the Clements Center for National Security at the University of Texas while finishing his Ph.D. in international relations under the guidance of Dr. Eliot Cohen at the Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies. His writings were published in Foreign Affairs and The Wall Street Journal, among other outlets, and he appeared regularly to discuss foreign policy issues on television.
Before entering academia, Peek was an intelligence officer in the U.S. Army. General David Petraeus personally requested this for his group of commanders in Afghanistan, where he was strategic adviser on intelligence and special operations matters to General John Allen, Petraeus’ successor. In that role he was the personal adviser to Gen. Allen for direct action, foreign internal defense, intelligence and Pakistani aspects of the war. He also advised on the commander’s meetings with international intelligence agencies, other national representatives, ministerial conferences at NATO and interaction meetings with the White House. He later worked as a reservist with the Joint Special Operations Command.
Prior to his service in Afghanistan, Peek served as national security and foreign affairs adviser to two different U.S. senators, Gordon Smith of Oregon and Mike Johanns of Nebraska. During the tenure of both, he developed a number of bills and policies that were voted into law. Among them, the first Iranian sanctions bill of the 110th Congress, which served as the basis in the next Congress for the most significant sanctions law on Iran in 15 years.
Peek graduated from Princeton with a bachelor’s degree in 2003 and earned a master’s degree from Harvard Kennedy School in 2005, where he worked as a research assistant for Dr. Graham Allison’s U.S. foreign policy course. He is a life member of veterans of foreign wars and a former end member of the Council on Foreign Relations.