Suzanne's research focuses on Nuclear Studies and in particular the US-UK nuclear relationship. Suzanne recently completed her Doctoral thesis, which provides the first focused study of the United Kingdom’s negotiations with the United States on the supply of Trident C4 and D5 nuclear missiles. She is currently working on a number of publications related to this research. Suzanne's wider research interests include British and American Foreign Policy, Diplomacy and Critical Security studies. She completed her MA in Research Methods and International Relations at Durham University, and holds an honours degree in Modern History and International Relations from the University of St Andrews.
- 2016 - Present: Lecturer in International Relations, University of East Anglia
- 2015 - 2016: Postdoctoral Lecturing Fellow in International Relations, University of East Anglia
- 2012 – 2015: Associate Tutor, University of East Anglia
- 2011 – 2015: PhD Candidate in International Politics, University of East Anglia
A foregone conclusion? The United States, Britain and the Trident missile agreements, 1977-1982
A Foregone Conclusion? The United States, Britain and the Trident D5 Agreement,
in Journal of Strategic Studies
pp. 867-894Full Text UEA Repository
The United States Sale of Trident to Britain, 1977–1982: Deal Making in the Anglo–American Nuclear Relationship,
in Diplomacy and Statecraft
pp. 477-493Full Text UEA Repository
Key Research Interests
Nuclear Politics; American and British Foreign Policy; Critical Security Studies; the Cold War; Qualitative Research Methods.