Elisabeth Suh

Elisabeth Suh

Research Division: International Security


phone:+49 30 88007-230

Since 2016 PhD candidate at the Graduate School of East Asian Studies, Free University Berlin

2016- 2017 Project assistant to the conference „Nuclear Disarmament“

2013-2016 Student assistant at the Peace Research Institute Frankfurt (PRIF)

2013-2016 M.A. International Studies/Peace and Conflict Studies in Frankfurt am Main and Darmstadt, DAAD-fellowships for study visits in South Korea, China and Finland

Areas of Expertise:

Arms control, Weapons of mass destruction / proliferation

Dissertation on North Korea and Negative Security Assurances

SWP Publications (selection):

Michael Paul, Elisabeth Suh

North Korea’s Nuclear-Armed Missiles

Options for the US and its Allies in the Asia-Pacific

SWP Comment 2017/C 32, August 2017, 8 Pages

External Publications (selection):

Elisabeth Suh, Jungmin Kang

Urgent necessity: Direct dialogue between Washington and Pyongyang

in: Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, 11.08.2017 (online)
Oliver Meier, Elisabeth Suh, Sira Cordes

What participants in a nuclear weapons ban treaty (do not) want

Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, 09.06.2017 (online)

Working Papers of the Research Division (selection):

Oliver Meier, Elisabeth Suh (eds.)

Reviving Nuclear Disarmament

Paths Towards a Joint Enterprise

SWP Working Paper, FG03 No. 06, December 2016, Berlin, 49 pages

SWP Comments

Corentin Brustlein, James Dobbins, Dalia Dassa Kaye, Oliver Meier, Marco Overhaus, Neil Quilliam, Charles Ries, Dorothée Schmid, Sanam Vakil, Azadeh Zamirirad
Saving Transatlantic Cooperation and the Iran Nuclear Deal

A View from Europe and the United States

Annegret Bendiek, Raphael Bossong, Matthias Schulze
The EU’s Revised Cybersecurity Strategy

Half-Hearted Progress on Far-Reaching Challenges

SWP Research Papers

Oliver Meier
Non-Proliferation in Areas of Limited Statehood

The Contribution of International Regimes to Controlling Mass Destruction Capacities in War and Crisis Zones

Markus Kaim
Reforming NATO’s Partnerships