Professor Garrett has taught at the University of Virginia, the American University of Beirut, and the Naval Postgraduate School. He was a senior Fulbright fellow in Thailand, and received the Dean's Award for Outstanding Teaching at the Institute.
He has published articles and reviews in the Journal of Politics, Western Political Quarterly, Polity, International Studies Quarterly, Universal Human Rights, Science Quarterly, World Affairs, East European Quarterly, Review of Politics, Ethics and International Affairs, and other journals. He also has published six books: Ethics and Airpower in World War II: The British Bombing of German Cities; Ideals and Reality: A Study of the Debate Over Vietnam; Bangkok Journal: A Fulbright Year in Thailand; and From Potsdam to Poland: American Policy Toward Eastern Europe; Conscience and Power: An Examination of the Dirty Hands of Politicians, and Doing Good and Doing Well: An Examination of Humanitarian Intervention.
Ethics and international affairs, US foreign policy, international politics, the intelligence community
PhD, MA, International Affairs University of Virginia; BA, English, Princeton University