Daniel Warner

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

Déjà Vu All Over Again: Trump Impeachment and Swiss Burqa/Niqab Vote

Are We Ready For Vaccinating With Sputnik V?

Russia Confronts International Law: Nyet, Nyet

An Exceptional History of an Unexceptional United States

A Reminder: Black Lives Matter and Woodrow Wilson in Geneva

1968: a Dress Rehearsal for 2020

A Frustrated democrat

Humanitarian Aid in the Time of the Virus

Status Quo Ante and the Return to Normal

How Should Former Presidents Behave?

Can Multinationals be Responsible?

Voting Heroes

Nostalgia Isn’t What It Used to Be

Watching Sports While the World Spins Out of Control

Basketball Plays Outside the Bubble

Minsk as a Rival of Geneva? No! No! and No!

Geneva: The Home of Lost Causes

Audacity and Hope in the Summer of Discontent

Mobilize, Organize, Legislate, and…

Is This the Big One?


The World Trade Organization and the Demise of Multilateralism

Mathilda Cuomo vs. Peter Singer: Sympathy for the Old or Utilitarian Rational Decisions

U.S. Decline: Three Strikes and You’re Out?

Homage to a 21st Century Luddite