Daryl Press Session Overview

Professor of Government, Dartmouth College
Director, Dartmouth Initiative on Global Security

Daryl Press is a Professor of Government at Dartmouth College and the Director of the Dartmouth Initiative on Global Security. His research focuses on U.S. foreign policy, deterrence, and the future of warfare. He has published two books, Calculating Credibility (2005) and The Myth of the Nuclear Revolution (2020), and his work has appeared in leading academic journals such as International Security, the American Political Science Review, and Security Studies, as well as in the popular press including Foreign Affairs, The New York Times, and The Atlantic Monthly. Press is the co-founder of the Strategic Forces Bootcamp, in partnership with Sandia National Laboratories, and the Seminar on Conventional Force Analysis—a project to revitalize the field of open-source conventional force analysis.  He received his undergraduate education at the University of Chicago and his PhD from MIT.

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