Daniel Warner earned his BA in Philosophy and Religion from Amherst College, USA, and a PhD in Political Science from the Graduate Institute of International Studies in Geneva (HEID). He has lectured and published extensively on multilateralism, US foreign policy, ethics, refugees, international law, international organization, international relations theory and security. He established the Program for the Study of International Organization(s) (PSIO) at the Graduate Institute which grew into the Centre for International Governance (CIG). For many years, he also served as the Deputy to the Director of the Institute. Since his retirement from HEID, he is the Assistant Director for International Affairs at the Geneva Centre for the Democratic Control of Armed Forces (DCAF).