Daniel Warner

Daniel Warner is the author of An Ethic of Responsibility in International Relations. (Lynne Rienner). He lives in Geneva.

A WWII Canadian Soldier Honored for Killing Allied Troops

Make Israel and Netanyahu Pariahs Like Russia and Putin

The Unfinished Journey of Palestinian Statehood

Who’s Above the Law? Israel, Hamas and the ICC

Israel as a Jewish Nation-State and Antisemitism

A Ukraine Peace Conference Without Russia

The Politics of Student Protests and Their Unintended Consequences

Student Protests are Part of an Endless But Positive Tug of War

Swiss Tennis Idol Roger Federer is Contested, But Not by Rafa or Djoko

NATO Comes to Switzerland, Goodbye Neutrality?

What Biden and Netanyahu are Thinking is the Wrong Question

U.S. Complicity in Israel’s “Plausible” Genocide

The Rift Between the United States and Israel Remains a Simple Family Feud When a Significant Separation is Urgently Needed

Human Rights, Referents, and Biden’s State of the Union Address

Voting in 2024: Being Committed and Uncommitted at the Same Time

The United States and Israel as International Outliers, Outlaws, and Losers

Wars and Conflicts are Pushing Cooperation Off the Radar Screen

If a Mother Can be Found Complicit in Her Son’s Murders, Shouldn’t States Be Held Complicit in a “Plausible” Genocide? 

Suspending Funding for UNRWA is an Indirect Violation of the International Court of Justice’s Decision and Morally Indefensible

Changing Trump’s Followers Because Only They Can Say: “You’re Fired.”

Counterintuitive Steps Towards Peace in the Russia/Ukraine Conflict: “Bullshit Diplomacy” or Serious Negotiations?

Financially Strapped Geneva Multilateral Organizations and U.S. Priorities

The Unfortunate Decline of the Art of Schmoozing

The U.S. and Israel: Two Self-Proclaimed Chosen Countries in Need of Demythologizing

Trump’s “One Day” Abuse of Power and Sinclair Lewis’ It Can’t Happen Here

Thresholds of Dialogue with Hamas and Russia

Henry Kissinger and I in Geneva

Humand.Kind: An Unusual Photo Exhibit Outside Traditional Humanitarian Visual Culture

To Stop the Fighting in Gaza, the Street Maybe the Only Place Left to Go

Understanding Israel’s Dehumanizing Palestinians by Rereading Martin Buber and Emmanuel Levinas

Time Bombs in Gaza and Beyond

Disappearing Humanitarian Norms: Where Are the Swiss Humanitarian St. Bernards in the Palestinian/Israeli Conflict?

The Study of International Relations Turns Weird

Economic, Social, and Cultural Rights:  a Cold War Debate Re-ignites in Geneva

Empty Chair Diplomacy 2.0 at the United Nations

The Humanitarian Financial Crisis: Plenty of Guns and Little Butter

Crime and Punishment Lite

Do Geezers Run the World? Should They?

What Do the BRICS Want? Co-Existence or Cooperation?

Democracy, “democracy,” and Trump’s Faithful Followers

Oppenheimer, AI/ML and Unintended Consequences

Macron’s Political Insensitivity Compared to the Inclusive Tour de France

The Treaty of Lausanne 100 Years After: Stop the Fighting, Sign the Treaty and Then What? 

Ukraine, NATO, and the Security Obsession

What the Wagner Mutiny Says About Attempts to Control Private Military and Security Companies

Behind Daniel Ellsberg’s Whistleblowing was a Sense of Justice

The Red Cross in Crisis: What Would Henry Dunant Say?

Melting Polar Opposites to Get to Yes

Ode to Tina Turner: Is Citizenship Just “a Second-Hand Emotion”?

Why No West Point of Peace?