Dmitry Suslov

Russian Federation

Deputy Director at the Center for Comprehensive European and International Studies, National Research University Higher School of Economics, Moscow

Dmitry Suslov conducts research on various issues of international relations, including US foreign and domestic policy and Russia-US relations, Russian foreign policy, Russia-EU relations. He regularly consults the Russian government institutions and business enterprises on these and other issues. He is also a Senior lecturer at the Faculty of World Economy and International Affairs of the National Research University Higher School of Economics since 2006, as well as Deputy Director for Research at the Council on Foreign and Defense Policy since 2004. Dmitry Suslov has co-authored several books (incl. The U.S. Policy in Asia Pacific (2014), Non-Military Instruments of the Russian Foreign Policy: Regional and Global Mechanisms (2012); Russia: a Strategy for the New World (2011); Russia vs. Europe. Confrontation or Alliance? (2009); Russia and the World. A New Epoch (2008); The World Politics (2008); The World Around Russia: 2017 (2007). At the Higher School of Economics (School of World Economy and International Affairs) he teaches courses on the US Domestic and Foreign Policy, Introduction to International Relations, Global Governance, US-Russia Relations, and Russia-EU Relations.

Materials

Russia and the United States Don’t Need New Summits
13.09.2018
Deeply rooted domestic political processes in the US (the clash between old and new elites, the fierce opposition of the establishment and bureaucracy, bordering on sabotage, to any attempt to

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United States Adopts a Budget for Global Containment
06.08.2018
The size of the US military budget for the next year has neither raised any questions, nor drawn any objections on the part of Congress. Moreover, the majority in Congress supports further increases

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Putin-Trump Summit: To Be Continued?
17.07.2018
The Putin-Trump summit did not resolve main problems of the Russian-American relations, but it was an important event, as the parties recognized the inadmissibility of further uncontrolled escalation

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New US Eurasian Strategy and Central Asia
18.05.2018
Despite the political and administrative chaos in Washington, the US is crystallizing its foreign policy strategy for the next few years. This strategy is being formed on the common denominator

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The Period of Strong Trump and US Foreign Policy Prospects
11.04.2018
Strengthening Trump's political positions and his greater role in US foreign policy, and forming a group of like-minded people around him in no way mean that the White House will return to the

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The Limits of Global Containment: How to Win in a New Cold War
15.03.2018
It is now safe to talk about a dramatic change in US foreign policy strategy. From its attempts to universalize the so-called “liberal international order” created by Washington in the 1940s and to

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Militarizing the Confrontation: Risks of the New US Nuclear Posture Review
09.02.2018
America’s new course could lead both to a new nuclear arms race (and demise of what remains of the former arms control system) and a dramatic military crisis fraught with a direct military

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Where is US Foreign Policy Heading? Long-Term Factors and Prospects
15.12.2017
Most foreign policy debates since Donald Trump took over as president a year ago have been dedicated to his unpredictability, inexperience and even his presidential incompetence, or to the strengths

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Egoistic Hegemonism
16.10.2017
The never-ending political infighting in the US could be viewed as an inevitable stage in an overly complex path the US must take to find its place in the world, one that is changing in spite of what

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America Damages Its Soft Power by Quitting UNESCO
13.10.2017
The withdrawal from UNESCO is a very important indicator that the United States is giving up leadership, but not its hegemonist policies, says Dmitry Suslov, Programme director at the Valdai

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The Establishment Wins. Trump’s Policy Is Increasingly Mainstream
12.09.2017
Less than nine months after Donald Trump promised to “drain the swamp in Washington DC,” he is chin-high in its mud. The rule of continuity of US foreign policy has again proven its worth. It is

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The Terrorist Threat Will Haunt Europe for a Long Time
18.08.2017
The terrorist threat in Europe and throughout the world is here for a long time. It will not reduce as the territories controlled by ISIS in Syria and Iraq diminish. Even in the event that the ISIS

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Prospects of The US Trade And Sanctions War. Expert Discussion
17.09.2018
On September 17, at 17.00, the Valdai Discussion Club hosted an expert discussion on the prospects of the US trade and sanctions war along with the presentation of the Valdai Paper titled “Global

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Interference in Elections and Future Relations Between Russia and the West.…
14.08.2017
On August 14, 2017, the Valdai Discussion Club held an expert discussion titled "Interference in elections and future relations between Russia and the West." The Valdai Paper titled

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Valdai Experts Discuss Challenges for the World in 2017
26.01.2017
On January 25, 2017, the Valdai Discussion Club held an expert discussion about the international challenges of 2017 together with the presentation of the report titled "International

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