Dmitriy Nurullayev

Dmitriy Nurullayev

Ph.D. Candidate

Phone: 225-578-2141 

Fax: 225-578-2540


Office: Stubbs 239


  • M.A. Louisiana State University 
  • MPhil. Cambridge University
  • B.A. Hendrix College


Dmitriy Nurullayev is a Ph.D. candidate with a primary concentration in international relations and a secondary concentration in comparative politics. His research focuses on negotiation, signaling, and resolve in the context of modern warfare. 

Peer-Reviewed Publications

  • Lukinovich, Hannah, Dmitriy Nurullayev, and James C. Garand, “Trade-Induced Job Loss and Support for Free Trade,” Social Science Quarterly (2020: forthcoming).
  • Nurullayev, Dmitriy and Leonard P. Ray. "Assessing the Effectiveness of Diplomatic Strategies: A Quantitative Analysis of U.S.-Soviet Interactions" Global Security and Intelligence Studies, Vol 3. No 2 (2018)
  • Nurullayev, Dmitriy. "Art of Economic Statecraft: When Pain Matters" Journal of Military and Strategic Studies, Vol 19, No 1 (2018)

Courses Taught 

  • Senior Research Seminar
  • U.S. National Security
  • Soviet and Russian Foreign Policy
  • Intelligence in the International System
  • Introduction to International Politics
  • National Security Law
  • War and Peace


  • 2019 College of Humanities and Social Sciences Graduate Student Teaching Award