Dean Feinstein is an expert on US foreign policy and national security, nonproliferation and arms control, and international law. Feinstein’s research interests include foreign policy and international law, use of force, changing notions of sovereignty, and European security and economics. He is the author, with Tod Lindberg of “Means to an End: U.S. Interest and the International Criminal Court” (Brookings Institutions Press, 2009, 2011). In its review, Foreign Affairs wrote, “Books of this sort are all too rare. Two foreign policy intellectuals, one liberal, one conservative, have come together to find common ground on a controversial foreign policy issue.” His current research project, “Allied Cooperation in Atrocity Situations,” under the auspices of the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum, involves study in five countries and the United Nations. Feinstein has written for numerous other publications, including Foreign Affairs, the Washington Post, and the National Interest. He is the author of the Council on Foreign Relations Special Report: Darfur and Beyond: What Is Needed to Prevent Mass Atrocities, and is a frequent commentator for the national and international media. In January 2017 he was named to the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Council.
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