Daniel R. Brunstetter is associate professor in the department of political science, and co-director of the Program in International Studies, at the University of California, Irvine. He was formerly a Chateaubriand fellow.
He has published over a dozen articles and book chapters on the use of force. His work on the ethics of force has appeared in Ethics & International Affairs, The Atlantic, the Journal of Military Ethics, Political Studies, Review of International Studies, International Journal of Human Rights, Raisons politiques and elsewhere.
He is the author of Tensions of Modernity: Las Casas and His Legacy in the French Enlightenment (Routledge) and the co-editor of The Just War Tradition from Cicero to Today (Routledge) as well as The Ethics of War and Peace in an Era of Contested and Fragmented Sovereignty (Georgetown University Press).