Daryl Press is an Associate Professor of Government and Coordinator of War and Peace Studies at Dartmouth College. He has a B.A. in Political Science from the University of Chicago and Ph.D. in Political Science from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
Professor Press researches international politics and the role it plays in nuclear proliferation and deterrence. He has also researched the importance of foreign oil to the US and the corresponding policy implications in addition to the impact of US military involvement in foreign conflicts.
Lieber, Keir A., and Daryl G. Press. “The rise of US nuclear primacy.” Foreign Affairs 85.2 (2006): 42–54
Gholz, Eugene, and Daryl G. Press. “Protecting “the Prize”: Oil and the US National Interest.”Security Studies 19.3 (2010): 453-485
Press, Daryl G., Scott D. Sagan, and Benjamin A. Valentino. “Atomic Aversion: Experimental Evidence on Taboos, Traditions, and the Non-Use of Nuclear Weapons.” American Political Science Review 107.01 (2013): 188-206