US-Russia Relations Post-Cold War
Dan’s research focuses on why US-Russia relations failed to improve after the Cold War had ended. By 1991, it was hoped that years of deep mistrust and resentment would give way to a new era of relations built on trust, pragmatism and healthy diplomacy. However this did not turn out to be the case. Dan’s research analyses the complex reasons for this, challenging commonly held assumptions whilst raising points that have not been previously considered.
Research Degree: PhD, Full-time