Celia Szusterman

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(academic, deep state operative?)
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BornSeptember 1947
Alma materUniversity of Buenos Aires, University of Essex, University of Oxford
Member ofInstitute for Statecraft
InterestsLatin America

Employment.png Institute For Statecraft/Director

In office
1 August 2011 - Present

Dr Julia Celia Szusterman is a UK academic. In 2011 she became a director of the Institute for Statecraft. As of December 2018 she was listed as director of their Latin America project.[1]


"After studying Sociology at the University of Buenos Aires, she got an MA on Social Policy Planning at the University of Essex (UK) and a doctorate in Politics from the University of Oxford."[2]


"Celia Szusterman is the director of the Latin America Programme at the Institute for Statecraft. She was principal lecturer in Spanish and Latin American studies at the University of Westminster; is a senior member of St Antony's College, Oxford; associate fellow of the Institute for the Study of the Americas, University of London; and a trustee of the UK board of Pro-Mujer. Her publications include Frondizi and the Politics of Developmentalism in Argentina, 1955-62 (Macmillan/University of Pittsburgh Press, 1993), revised as Frondizi o la política del desconcierto (Emecé Argentina, 1996); and “‘Que se Vayan Todos!’ The Struggle for Democratic Party Politics in Contemporary Argentina”, in Paul Webb & Stephen White, eds., Party Politics in New Democracies [Oxford University Press, 2007])"[3]

Shas been published in The Guardian[4] and on the Chatham House website.[5]



A Document by Celia Szusterman

TitleDocument typePublication dateSubject(s)
Document:China’s Strategy towards Europe: Implications and Policy Recommendations for EU Securityanalysis, policy recommendations26 December 2018China
21st century