Dmitry Suslov

Russian Federation

Dmitry Suslov conducts research on various issues of International Relations, including the US Foreign Policy and Russia-US relations, EU evolution and policies and Russia-EU relations, Russian Foreign Policy. He regularly consults the Russian government institutions and business enterprises on these and other issues.

 He is Senior lecturer at the Faculty of World Economy and International Affairs of the NRU – HSE (since 2008), as well as a Deputy Director for Research at the Council on Foreign and Defense Policy (since 2004). Mr. Suslov is also the Russian coordinator and member of the Working Group on the Future of the US-Russia Relations, which is a joint venture of the NRU - Higher School of Economics and Harvard University (since 2010). Mr. Suslov has co-authored several books (incl. The U.S. Policy in Asia Pacific (Moscow, 2014), Non-Military Instruments of the Russian Foreign Policy: Regional and Global Mechanisms (Moscow, 2012); Russia: a Strategy for the New World (Moscow, 2011), Russia vs. Europe. Confrontation or Alliance? (Moscow, 2009), Russia and the World. A New Epoch (Moscow, 2008), The World Politics (Moscow, 2008), The World Around Russia:2017. (Moscow, 2007). At the NRU– Higher School of Economics (School of World Economy and International Affairs) Mr. Suslov teaches courses on the US Domestic and Foreign Policy (for BA and MA students), Introduction to World Politics and International Relations (for BA students), Global Governance (for MA students), US-Russia Relations After the End of the Cold War (for MA students), and the Russia-EU Relations (for MA students).

Materials

Contours of the Trump Administration’s Foreign Policy: Regional priorities
28.12.2016
The new administration is most likely to weaken its emphasis on Russia’s military-political deterrence in Europe – both in the Baltic Sea region and Ukraine. It will probably not revise NATO Warsaw

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Contours of the Trump Administration’s Foreign Policy: General Principles and…
14.12.2016
Trump seems to really want change in the United States’ foreign policy. The president-elect avoids appointing to key posts members of the traditional Republican elite and people who have run the

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Trump’s Revolution and Its Global Consequences
25.11.2016
Threats to world stability linked to the US attempts to extend the America-centric order to the rest of the world will subside. But other threats will intensify, including the arms race, sharper

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Valdai Paper Special Issue. World Order: Quo Vadis? In Search of a Global…
11.11.2016
Donald Trump's victory hit the very foundations of the US-dominated foreign policy consensus since the 1940s, and put into question the most important foundations of the world order à la America.

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Russia-US: How to Overcome the New Confrontation
06.10.2016
The current Russia-US confrontation is set to last long because its roots are systemic rather than situational. Moreover, there is a high probability of its aggravation after the US elections

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US Presidential Debates: A Battle of Two Hawks
27.09.2016
Despite Donald Trump demonstrating of greater realism in foreign policy than Hillary Clinton, it is obvious that Russia will have very serious problems if either of the two candidates is elected

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The US Elections and the Cold War 2.0: Implications and Prospects for Russia
09.09.2016
Russian-US relations will be faced with new challenges in the near future. That future will bring either further escalation of the confrontation in the event of Clinton's victory and selective

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Hillary Clinton as the Last of the Mohicans / Donald Trump Is Only the Beginning
12.08.2016
US foreign policy is entering an era of change - the most significant one since the days of Harry Truman’s administration. The cause of such changes lies in the discrepancy between the US foreign

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Germany’s Unipolar Moment in the EU. What Does it Mean for Russia?
08.07.2016
The internal balance of forces in the EU has changed irrevocably.  From now on, Berlin will be the sole and indisputable EU hegemon.

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Valdai Paper #49: Without a “Common Space”: A New Agenda for Russia-EU Relations
15.06.2016
Russia and the EU for the first time in history of their relationship must be prepared to cooperate without focusing on a common space building.

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A Pivot Towards Asia, Integration and Mega-Regions. Balancing Russia’s APR…
09.06.2016
Russia’s intention is to expand the Greater Eurasian community with its EAEU partners, as well as China, India and Iran, by reaching out to ASEAN countries, and thereby creating a major Euro-Asian

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TTIP: The Waning Illusion of Leadership
10.05.2016
The possible failure to build a universal world order through TPP and TTIP would push Washington to come up with a new plan.

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