Daniel Brunstetter and Megan Braun

Daniel Brunstetter is Associate Professor in the Department of Political Science at the University of California, Irvine. He has published on the just war tradition and modern political philosophy in Political Studies, International Relations, Review of Politics, The Atlantic, and elsewhere. His current research interests concern the moral issues raised when using military force short of war—particularly drones—which is the subject of his latest book project.

Megan Braun is a Rhodes Scholar and an MPhil candidate in International Relations at Oxford University, where her research focuses on the interaction among technology, law, and the just war tradition. She was an intern at the New AmericaFoundation during summer 2012, where she worked to revise and update its drone database. She has published on drones on CNN and in Ethics & International Affairs, and is a regular contributor to Foreign Policy’s “The Afpak Channel.”

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