Daniel Rothenberg

Senior Future of War Fellow and Co-Director, Future of War

As an ASU Future of War Fellow, Daniel Rothenberg is writing a book on the economic, political and social costs of the post-9/11 wars. Rothenberg is currently Professor of Practice in the School of Politics and Global Studies and the Lincoln Fellow for Ethics and International Human Rights Law at Arizona State University. He is the co-editor, with Peter Bergen, of Drone Wars: Transforming Conflict, Law and Policy (Cambridge University Press 2014). Previously, he was a managing director at the International Human Rights Law Institute at DePaul University College of Law, a senior fellow at the Orville H. Schell, Jr. Center for International Human Rights at Yale Law School, an assistant professor at the University of Michigan and a fellow in the Michigan Society of Fellows. From 2004 through 2010 he worked in Afghanistan and Iraq designing and managing human rights and rule of law projects. Rothenberg is a graduate of Brown University, has a M.A. in anthropology from the University of Chicago and is a Ph.D. candidate in international law at the University of Nottingham. Rothenberg is also co-director of the Future of War program, linking Arizona State University and New America.

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INTERNATIONAL SECURITY and NEW AMERICA
Local experts: New era of terrorism constantly evolving

“It’s not as if the issue of Islamic fundamentalism and the various threats emerging out of the region are associated only with this one gro


INTERNATIONAL SECURITY and NEW AMERICA
Kunduz, War Crimes, and the Real Laws of War

The U.S. should embrace an independent investigation of the tragic Afghanistan hospital strike to shed light—and facts—on the laws of war.


FELLOWS, INTERNATIONAL SECURITY and NEW AMERICA
A New Frontier in Drone Strikes

Daniel Rothenberg is a fellow at New America and a professor of politics at Arizona State University. He co-edited "Drone Wars: Transforming


INTERNATIONAL SECURITY
Reflections From the First Annual Conference on the Future of War

February 24-25, 2015 New America and Arizona State University held the First Annual Future of War Conference.


Is ISIS recruiting in Arizona? FBI has active investigations in our state

"It's interesting that it took this many years for the leadership of a movement like this to understand the power of social media," said ASU


Obama Takes Full Responsibility For Death Of Hostages In U.S. Strike

In some ways, the real question is what sort of war are Americans willing to accept? If there's clarity as to the core national security int


INTERNATIONAL SECURITY and RESOURCE SECURITY
What Is the Future of War?

It is with this in mind that New America, a nonpartisan think tank network; Arizona State University, the nation’s largest public university


U.S. policy expert reviews Mueller family's comments

"My sense is actually that their comments have been quite reasonable and quite respectful of the complex situation of the U.S. government an


ASU war expert: Face of terrorism is changing

Daniel Rothenberg is co-director of the ASU Center on the Future of War. He studies terrorism as it continues to evolve.“We are on 15 years,


ISIS using social media to wage war

"What's really striking is the sophistication and smoothness the production quality of what they're putting out," ASU professor Daniel Rothe


FELLOWS
U.S. still wants global leadership role, survey says

Daniel Rothenberg, co-director of the Future of War Project at Arizona State University, said he believes there is a substantial divide in p


INTERNATIONAL SECURITY
Drone Wars

Drone Wars presents a series of essays by legal scholars, journalists, government officials, military analysts, social scientists, and...