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Suzanne DiMaggio

POSITION AT SIPRI
Associate Senior Fellow

Suzanne DiMaggio

Suzanne DiMaggio

Suzanne DiMaggio is an Associate Senior Fellow in the SIPRI Disarmament, Arms Control and Non-proliferation Programme and a Senior Fellow at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, where she focuses on U.S. foreign policy toward the Middle East and Asia. 

Previously DiMaggio was a Senior Fellow at New America (2014–18), where she directed several high level policy dialogues, including with Iran, North Korea, and China. She was also the Vice President of global policy programs at the Asia Society (2007–14) and the Vice President of policy programs at the United Nations Association of the USA (1998-2007). Before joining UNA-USA, she was a program officer at the United Nations University (1993-1998), a research institute that links the UN system with international academic and policy communities. First based in Tokyo, Japan, and later at UN headquarters in New York, her work at UNU focused on international security issues and development.

Subject expertise

U.S. foreign policy, security and defense, nuclear policy, conflict prevention, peace and reconciliation, negotiation and diplomacy

Regional expertise

Middle East (Iran), East Asia (North Korea)

Education

MA in International Relations, City College of New York (CUNY); BA in International Business, New York University

Citizenship
United States