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WHEN INTERNATIONAL LAW
REALISTIC IDEALISM AFTER 9/11 AND THE GLOBAL RECESSION
Oxford University Press, 2011 (FORTHCOMING)
STATE SUCCESSION AND COMMERCIAL
Transnational Publishers (2006)
LAW REVIEW ARTICLES
New States Accept Old Obligations
2011 U. ILL. L. REV. 1
International Law Without Agreeing What It Is
10 WASH. U. GLOB. STUD. L. REV. (FORTHCOMING)
Shaping an Obama Doctrine of Preemptive
82 TEMP. L. REV. 737 (2009)
Reasoning in Investment Treaty Arbitration
32 SUFFOLK TRANSNAT’L L. REV. 409 (2009)
The Universal Declaration of
Human Rights at Sixty: Is it Still Right for the United States?
41 CORNELL INT’L L.J. 251 (2008)
Renegotiating the Odious Debt
70 LAW & CONTEMP. PROBS. 7 (2007)
Precedent and Control in Investment Treaty Arbitration
30 FORDHAM INT’L L.J. 1014 (2007)
republished in 5:3 TRANSNAT’L DISPUTE MGMT. (MAY, 2008)
Norms, and International Intellectual Property Law
28 MICH. J. INT’L L. 109 (2006)
Authority and International Investment Law
20 AM. U. INT’L L. REV. 465 (2005)
The Central Case Approach to
13 PAC. RIM L. & POL’Y J. 257 (2004)
ESSAYS, BOOK CHAPTERS & OTHER SCHOLARSHIP
in JUDICIAL BENCHBOOK ON INTERNATIONAL LAW
D. Amann ed. (ASIL, 2011)
TRANSNATIONAL DISPUTE MANAGEMENT SPECIAL
INTERNATIONAL ARBITRATION IN CHINA
T. Cheng & P. Thorp eds., 2011
106 AM. SOC’Y INT’L L.
T. Cheng et al. eds., 2011 (FORTHCOMING)
Developing Narratives in
International Investment Law
8 SANTA CLARA J. INT’L L. (FORTHCOMING)
Idea of Law
104 AM. SOC’Y INT’L L. PROC. (FORTHCOMING)
Positivism, New Haven Jurisprudence and the
Fragmentation of International Law
in ESSAYS IN HONOR OF THOMAS WÄLDE
T. Weiler ed., 2010/2011 (FORTHCOMING)
Succession and Commercial Obligations: Lessons from Kosovo
in ESSAYS IN HONOR OF W. MICHAEL REISMAN
M. Arsanjani et al. eds., 2010/2011
Expert opinion on general principles
of law in International Law
Sax v. City of St. Petersberg, Russia (UNCITRAL Avb.)
(Apr. 20, 2011)
Loan: Legal Reconstruction after Armed Conflict
in CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY IN ZONES OF CONFLICT
N. Turner ed., 2010/2011
Arbitration and Innovation
5 CONTEMPORARY ISSUES IN INTERNATIONAL ARBITRATION AND MEDIATION: THE FORDHAM PAPERS 434 (A. Rovine ed. 2010)
Expert Opinion on international due process
Bosh International, Inc. and B&P, Ltd. Foreign Investments Enterprise v. Ukraine
ICSID Case No. ARB/08/11 (2010)
Reflections on Culture in Med-Arb
in CONTEMPORARY ISSUES IN INTERNATIONAL ARBITRATION AND MEDIATION:
THE FORDHAM PAPERS 2009 421 (2010)
A. Rovine ed.
“Consent” and the
Jurisdiction of Investment Arbitrations:
Are the Traditional Rules of Interpretation Still Relevant Today?
Panel Discussion at the Proceedings of the 3rd Annual Investment
Treaty Arbitration Conference (2010)
International Investment Arbitration Undertheorized?
Reconsidering ICSID Awards
KLUWER ARBITRATION BLOG (Apr. 16, 2010) (2010)
New Tools for an
WORLD ARB. & MEDIATION REV. 121 (2009)
Limits in Applying Chinese Med-Arb Internationally
2 N.Y. DISP. RESOL. L. 95 (2009)
A Renaissance Career in International
in 2009-2010 ASIL CAREERS IN INTERNATIONAL LAW 7 (2009)
What’s Reasonable Depends
on Who’s Asking
8 BALTIC Y.B. INT’L L. 382 (2008)
Mortimer Offshore Servs. Ltd. v. Fed. Rep. Germany
05 Civ. 10699 (S.D.N.Y. Apr. 9, 2008) (2008)
A Policy and Empirical Appraisal
of U.S. Preemptive Self-Defense
102 AM. SOC’Y INT’L L. PROC. 430 (2008)
The Succession of Kosovo and
Minimum Public Order
OPINIO JURIS BLOG (Feb. 21, 2008) (2008)
Commentary, “Who is
Sovereign in Sovereign Debt?”
OPINIO JURIS BLOG (June 10, 2008) (2008)
Precedent and Control in
Investment Treaty Arbitration
in INVESTMENT TREATY LAW: CURRENT ISSUES III
A. Bjorklund et al. eds. (2007)
Reframing Iran: A View from the
With P. Huntington & G. Billard (2007)
LAW MANUAL FOR FRONTLINE POLICING
Singapore Police Force (2002)
HIV Surveillance: Individual Rights
Versus the Common Good
1 YALE J. HUM. RTS. 17 (2001)
An Introduction to Contemporary International Law: A Policy-Oriented Perspective. 2d ed., Yale University Press, 2000.
An Introduction to Contemporary International Law: A Policy-Oriented Perspective. Yale University Press, 1989.
Human Rights and World Public Order: The Basic Policies of an International Law of Human Dignity. Yale University Press, 1980 (with M.S. McDougal & H.D. Lasswell).
Formosa, China and the United Nations: Formosa in the World Community. St. Martin’s Press, 1967 (with H.D. Lasswell).
CHAPTERS IN BOOKS
“Human Rights and World Public Order: Major Trends of Development, 1980–2010 and Beyond.” Chapter 25 in Looking to the Future: Essays on International Law in Honor of W. Michael Reisman, at 439, edited by Mahnoush H. Arsanjani et al., 2010.
“Taiwan, China, and the United Nations.” Chapter 13 in The International Status of Taiwan in the New World Order: Legal and Political Considerations, at 189–206, edited by J. Henckaerts. Kluwer Law International, 1996.
“Prospects for Taiwan’s Membership in the United Nations.” In DPP’s International Conference on Taiwan’s Expanding Role in the International Arena: Entering into the United Nations. Taipei, 1993.
“Proposal for Adding an Inclusive Clause to the Draft Convention on the Rights of the Child.” In Independent Commentary: United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child, at 1, edited by C. Cohen. 1988.
“Human Rights and the Free Flow of Information.” In Power and policy in Quest of Law: Essays in Honor of Eugene Victor Rostow, at 247–290, edited by M.S. McDougal & W. Reisman. 1985.
“Self-Determination: An Important Dimension of the Demand for Freedom.” In Order, Freedom, Justice, Power: The Challenges for International Law, at 88–94. American Society of International Law, Proceedings of the 75th Anniversary Convocation, 1981.
CONFERENCE MATERIALS, MONOGRAPHS, AND REPORTS
Editor, Membership for Taiwan in the United Nations: Achieving Justice and Universality. New Century Institute Press, 2007.
"Taiwan and the United Nations: Historical and Policy Perspectives," Essay in International Conference on the United Nations and Taiwan (New Century Institute, September 2003).
LAW REVIEW AND OTHER SCHOLARLY PUBLICATIONS
On the Inauguration of the Taiwan International Law Quarterly, 1 Taiwan International Law Quarterly 5–7 (2004).
“Taiwan’s Current International Legal Status (Symposium: Bridging the Taiwan Strait—Problems and Prospects for China’s Reunification or Taiwan’s Independence).” 32 New England Law Review 675–683 (1998).
Book Review of Problems and Process: International Law and How We Use It, by Rosalyn Higgins. 16 New York Law School Journal of International and Comparative Law 151–158 (1996).
“Constitutional Law and International Law in the United States of America.” 42 American Journal of Comparative Law 453–516 (1994).
“The United States Supreme Court and the Protection of Refugees (Symposium: Human Rights Before Domestic Courts).” 67 St. John’s Law Review 469–489 (1993).
“Self-Determination and World Public Order (Symposium: The Rights of Ethnic Minorities).” 66 Notre Dame Law Review 1287–1297 (1991).
Review Essay, “The Restatement (Third) of the Foreign Relations Law of the United States—Protection of Persons (Natural and Juridical).” 14 Yale Journal of International Law 542–564 (1989).
“The United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child: A Policy-Oriented Overview.” 7 New York Law School Journal of Human Rights 16–29 (1989).
“Institutions Specialized to the Protection of Human Rights in the United States.” 1 New York Law School Human Rights Annual 3–31 (1983).
“Human Rights and the Free Flow of Information.” 4 New York Law School Journal of International and Comparative Law 37–49 (1982).
“Introduction: Human Rights and Jurisprudence (Symposium: The Future of Human Rights in the World Legal Order).” 9 Hofstra Law Review 337–346 (1981) (with M.S. McDougal).
“Aggregate Interest in Shared Respect and Human Rights: The Harmonization of Public Order and Civic Order.” 23 New York Law School Law Review 183–251 (1977) (with M.S. McDougal & H.D. Lasswell).
“Human Rights and World Public Order: Human Rights in Comprehensive Context.” 72 Northwestern University Law Review 227–307 (1977) (with M.S. McDougal & H.D. Lasswell).
“Social Setting of Human Rights: The Process of Deprivation and Non-Fulfillment of Values.” 46 Revista Juridica de la Universidad de Puerto Rico 477–523 (1977) (with M.S. McDougal & H.D. Lasswell).
“Freedom from Discrimination in Choice of Language and International Human Rights.” 1976 Southern Illinois University Law Journal 151–174 (with M.S. McDougal & H.D. Lasswell).
“Human Rights of the Aged: An Application of the General Form of Nondiscrimination.” 28 University of Florida Law Review 639–654 (1976) (with M.S. McDougal & H.D. Lasswell).
“Protection of Aliens from Discrimination and World Public Order: Responsibilities of States Conjoined with Human Rights.” 70 American Journal of International Law 432–469 (1976) (with M.S. McDougal & H.D. Lasswell).
“Right to Religious Education and World Public Order: The Emerging Norms of Nondiscrimination.” 74 Michigan Law Review 865–898 (1976) (with M.S. McDougal & H.D. Lasswell).
“Human Rights for Women and World Public Order: The Outlawing of Sex-Based Discrimination.” 69 American Journal of International Law 497–533 (1975) (with M.S. McDougal & H.D. Lasswell).
“Protection and Respect of Human Rights: Freedom of Choice and World Public Order.” 24 American University Law Review 919–1086 (1975) (with M.S. McDougal & H.D. Lasswell).
“Nationality and Human Rights: The Protection of the Individual in External Arenas.” 83 Yale Law Journal 900–998 (1974) (with M.S. McDougal & H.D. Lasswell).
“Who Owns Taiwan: A Search for International Title.” 81 Yale Law Journal 599–671 (1972) (with W.M. Reisman).
“Human Rights and World Public Order: A Framework for Policy-Oriented Inquiry.” 63 American Journal of International Law 237–269 (1969) (with M.S. McDougal & H.D. Lasswell).
NEWSPAPER ARTICLES, PRACTICE MATERIALS, AND OTHER PUBLICATIONS
“In Affectionate Memory of Professor Myres McDougal: Champion for an International Law of Human Dignity (Tribute).” 108 Yale Law Journal 953–956 (1999).
“The Admission of Taiwan to the United Nations and the So-Called ‘One China’ Policy.” Liberty Times, at 4 (September 29, 1996).
Moderator, Panel II: “Comparative Analysis of International and National Tribunals (Symposium: 1945–1995: Critical Perspectives on the Nuremberg Trials and State Accountability).” 12 New York Law School Journal of Human Rights 545–630 (1995).
“Remembering the Past as a Guide for the Future: The ‘One China’ Policy Impairs Taiwan’s March Toward the United Nations.” Liberty Times, at 4 (September 16, 1996).
“The Nation of Taiwan.” Washington Post, at A15 (December 24, 1993).
“Teaching International Relations and International
Organizations in International Law Courses: Constructing the
State-of-the-Art International Law Course—Perspectives from the New
87 Proceedings of the American Society of International Law 407–411 (1993).
“Toward Adoption of the United States Convention on the Rights of the Child.” 83 Proceedings of the American Society of International Law 157–162 (1989).
“Aging: A New Human Rights Concern—A Policy-Oriented Perspective.” 81 Proceedings of the American Society of International Law 169–175 (1987).
“The Meek Shall Inherit A Global Bill of Rights.” 7(3) Human Rights 16–19 (Fall 1978).
“Expulsion and Expatriation in International Law: The Right to Leave, to Stay and to Return: A Panel.” 67 Proceedings of the American Society of International Law 122–140 (1973) (with R. Higgins, Y.P. Ghai, V. Chalidze, H.A. Hassouna & S. Liskofsky).
“Panel: Chinese Participation in the United Nations.” 65 American Journal of International Law 1 (1971) (with D. Rusk, J.A. Cohen, R.M. Goodman, W.P. Bundy & S.H. Tan).
PUBLICATIONS IN CHINESE
In the Name of Taiwan: A Collection of Editorial Commentaries from the Formosa Television and the Liberty Times, 2002–2005 (Taipei, Taiwan: Yuncheng Culture Publishing, Co., 2007).
Chief editor, International Human Rights Law: Selected Documents and Commentaries (Taipei, Taiwan: Avanguard Publishing House, 2006).
“The Nation of Taiwan in the New Century.” A Collection of Editorial Commentaries from the Formosa Television and from the New Century Thinktank Column of the Libery Times, 1998–2001 (Taipei, Taiwan: Yuanliu Publishing, 2003).
“The Method and Strategy for Internalizing the International Covenants on Human Rights.” (Taipei, Taiwan: Research, Development and Evaluation Commission, The Executive Yuan, 2003).
“Democracy and Human Rights in International Relations, with Special Reference to Taiwan,” Chapter in International Symposium on Human Rights in Taiwan at 165–186 (New Century Institute, October 2002).
Editor, The New Century, the New Constitutional System: A Collection of Essays. (Angle Publishing, 2002) (from the Constitutional Law Symposium held in Taipei, Taiwan in August, 2002).
“A Study on the Strategies for International Participation by Taiwanese NGOs.” (Taipei, Taiwan: Research, Development and Evaluation Commission, The Executive Yuan, 2002).
Editor, Plebiscite and the Future of Taiwan (Taiwan, Avanguard Press, 1999).
General editor, Selective Documents of Contemporary International Law (Taiwan, Avanguard Press, 1996).
Editor, Toward the Establishment and Development of a Constitutional Culture in Taiwan (Taiwan, Avanguard Press, 1996).
The Independence and Nation-Building of Taiwan. Taiwan: Moon Sun Publishing, 1993.
The Evolution and Regression of the Legal Status of the Island Nation of Taiwan—Forty Years after the San Francisco Peace Treaty, 1991.
Law and Poverty. (Ashgate International Library of Essays in Law and Society, 2006) (editor & author of introductory essay).
Rights of Inclusion: Law and Identity in the Life Stories of Americans with Disabilities. (University of Chicago Press, 2003) (with D. Engel).
CHAPTERS IN BOOKS
“Law and Poverty,” in Encyclopedia of Law & Society (David Clark, ed., Sage Publications, forthcoming.)
CONFERENCE MATERIALS, MONOGRAPHS, and REPORTS
Statutory Interpretation of Federal Grants-In-Aid after Pennhurst State Mental Hospital v. Halderman(Legal Services Corporation Fellowship Paper Series, 1982).
LAW REVIEW and OTHER SCHOLARLY PUBLICATIONS
“Narrative, Disability, and Identity,” in Narrative (forthcoming) (with D. Engel).
“Dependency by Law: Poverty, Identity, and Welfare Privatization,” 13 Indiana Journal of Global Legal Studies 391-415 (2006).
Chapters in Books
"Egypt," Stanford Handbook on Comparative Criminal Law (Stanford, in progress).
"Egypt," Criminal Procedure: A Worldwide Study (Carolina, 2d ed. 2007).
"Criminal Suspects and Arrestees," 1 Encyclopedia of Privacy 143 (Greenwood, 2006).
Law Review and Other Scholarly Articles
"Islam’s Fourth Amendment: Search and Seizure in Islamic Doctrine and Muslim Practice," 40 GEORGETOWN J. INT’L LAW 703 (2009). SSRN
Due Process in Islamic Criminal Law: Framing An Inquiry (in progress).
"Islam’s Fourth Amendment: Search and Seizure in Islamic Doctrine and Muslim Practice," 40Georgetown Journal of International Law (2009) (forthcoming).
"Endless Emergency: The Case of Egypt," 10 New Criminal Law Review 532 (2007). SSRN
"Torture and Islamic Law," 8 Chicago Journal of International Law 21 (2007). SSRN
"Transnational Criminal Law and
Procedure: An Introduction," 56 Journal of Legal Education 430
"Privacy and the Criminal
Arrestee or Suspect: In Search of a Right, In Need of a
Rule," 64 Maryland Law Review 755
"Unpatriotic Acts: An Introduction," Symposium, Criminal Defense in the Age of Terrorism, 48 New York Law School Law Review 3 (2003–04). HeinOnline
"Privacy and the Post-September 11 Immigration Detainees:
"Religion and the Public Defender," 26 Fordham Urban Law Journal 1051 (1999). HeinOnline
"Dispute Over the United States' Denial of a Visa to Yasir Arafat," 30 Harvard International Law Journal 536 (1989). HeinOnline
Newspaper Articles, Practice Materials and Other Publications
"Israel's Example," The Washington Post (Op-Ed), June 14, 2004, at A17.
"A Trap for Middle Eastern
"The Events of 9/11 Under Islamic Law," L Magazine (January 2002).
"Absolutely 100% Guilty: The Professional Edition," New York Law Journal, September 12, 2000, at 2 (review of Vincent Bugliosi's video series on the O.J. Simpson trial).
"Out of Sync: A Curfew Is No Answer to Teenage Crime in D.C.," The Washington Post Outlook (Op-Ed), September 14, 1997, at C1.
For Prof. Teitel's publications on SSRN, click here.
TRANSITIONAL JUSTICE (Oxford University Press, 2000; paperback edition, 2001).
On the subject of the genesis of the term "transitional justice," click here for for David Lubin's review of Closing the Books: Transitional Justice in Historical Perspective by Jon Elster. New York, NY : Oxford University Press, 2000; paperback edition, Oxford University Press, 2001.
CHAPTERS IN BOOKS
"The Transitional Apology," Chapter 5 in Taking Wrongs Seriously: Apologies and Reconciliation at 101-114 (E. Barkan & A. Karn, eds) (Stanford University Press, 2006).
"De la dictadura a la democracia: el rol de la justicia transicional," Chapter 17 in Democracia Deliberativa Y Derechos Humanos at 321-341 (Dworkin, R, et al) (Editorial Gedisa, S.A., 2004).
“Transitional Justice as Liberal Narrative,” Chapter 15 in Transnational Legal Processes at 316–324, (Michael Likosky, ed., Butterworths Lexis Nexis 2002), reprinted as “Transitional Justice as Liberal Narrative,” Chapter 1 in In and Out of Authoritarian Law at 3–13 (A. Sajo, ed.) (Kluwer, 2003),
“Empire’s Law: Foreign Relations by Presidential Fiat,” Chapter in September 11 in History: A Watershed Moment? at 194–211 (Mary L. Dudziak, ed.) (Duke University Press, 2003).
“Nuremberg and Its Legacy, Fifty Years Later.” Chapter in War Crimes; The Legacy of Nuremberg, 44–54, B. Cooper, ed. TV Books, 1999.
“Constitutional Costs to Free Market Transitions.” Chapter 20 in Western Rights? Post-Communist Application, 361–383, A. Sajo, ed. Kluwer Law International, 1996.
“How are the New Democracies of the Southern Cone Dealing with the Legacy of past Human Rights Abuses?” In Transitional Justice: How Emerging Democracies Reckon with Former Regimes,Volume I, 146–153, N.J. Kritz, ed. United States Institute of Peace, 1995.
“Persecution and Inquisition: A Case Study.” Chapter 10 in Transition to Democracy in Latin America: The Role of the Judiciary, 141–153, I. Stotsky, ed. Westview Press, 1993.
LAW REVIEW AND OTHER SCHOLARLY PUBLICATIONS
“Global Justice, Poverty and the International Economic Order,” in The Philosophy of International Law (Oxford University Press 2010) (coauthored with Robert Howse).
Introduction (Symposium: Perspectives on Post-Conflict Constitutionalism), 51 New York Law School Law Review 456-465 (2006/2007).
"Transitional Justice: Postwar Legacies"(Symposium: The Nuremberg Trials: A Reappraisal and Their Legacy), 27 Cardozo Law Review 1615-1631 (2006).
Book Review of Post-Conflict Justice (C. Bassiouni, ed.), 98 American Journal of Internationl Law872–875 (2004).
“Comparative Constitutional Law in a Global Age,” Book Review of Comparative Constitutionalism: Cases and Materials (N. Dorsen, M. Rosenfeld, A. Sajo & S. Baer, eds.), 117 Harvard Law Review2570–2596 (2004).
“Transitional Justice in a New Era” (Symposium: Transitional Justice – Northern Ireland and Beyond), 25 Fordham International Law Journal 893–906 (2003).
“The Future of Human Rights Discourse.” 46 Saint Louis University Law Journal 449–463. (2002)
“On Wellington Interpretation: A Timely Reappraisal (Harry H. Wellington Festschrift Issue).” 45 New York Law School Law Review 225–234 (2001).
“The Constitutional Canon: The Challenge Posed by a Transitional Constitutionalism (Symposium: The Canon(s) of Constitutional Law).” 17 Constitutional Commentary 237–240 (2000).
“The Universal and the Particular in International Criminal Justice.” 30 Columbia Human Rights Law Review 285–303 (1999).
“Vouchsafing Democracy: On the Confluence of Governmental Duty, Constitutional Right, and Religious Mission (Symposium on Law and Religion).” 13 Notre Dame Journal of Law, Ethics & Public Policy 409–420 (1999).
Discussant, “1998 Otto L. Walter Lecture: Justice Richard J. Goldstone, International Human Rights at Century’s End.” 15 New York Law School Journal of Human Rights 262–268 (1999).
“Human Rights Genealogy (Symposium: Human Rights on the Eve of the Next Century).” 66Fordham Law Review 301–317 (1997).
“Judgment at The Hague.” 5 East European Constitutional Review 80–85 (Fall 1996).
“Transcript (Symposium: Nazis in the Courtroom: Lessons From the Conduct of Lawyers and Judges Under the Laws of the Third Reich and Vichy, France).” 61 Brooklyn Law Review 1149–1153, 1160 (1995) (with J.B. Weinstein, R.H. Weisberg & D. Luban).
“Paradoxes in the Revolution of the Rule of Law (Symposium: Constitutionalism in the Post-Cold War Era).” 19 Yale Journal of International Law 239–247 (1994).
“Post-Communist Constitutionalism: A Transitional Perspective.” 26 Columbia Human Rights Law Review 167–190 (1994).
“A Critique of Religion as Politics in the Public Sphere.” 78 Cornell Law Review 747–821 (1993).
“Postmodernist Architectures in the Law of Religion (Symposium: New Directions in Religious Liberty).” 1993 Brigham Young University Law Review 97–115.
“Reactionary Constitutional Identity (Comparative Constitutionalism: Theoretical Perspectives on the Role of Constitutions in the Interplay Between Identity and Diversity).” 14 Cardozo Law Review 747–757 (1993). Reprinted in Constitutionalism, Identity, Difference, and Legitimacy: Theoretical Perspectives, 233–244 (M. Rosenfeld, ed., Duke University Press, 1994).
Book Review of Religion and the State: Essays in Honor of Leo Pfeffer, by James E. Wood, Jr. 8Journal of Law and Religion 663–670 (1990–1991).
“Original Intent, History and Levy’s Establishment Clause.” Book Review of The Establishment Clause: Religion and the First Amendment, by Leonard W. Levy. 15 Law and Social Inquiry 591–609 (1990).
“Responses to World War Two Criminals and Human Rights Violators: National and Comparative Perspectives; European, American, and Canadian Responses (Panel Discussion: Holocaust and Human Rights Law: the First International Conference).” 8 Boston College Third World Law Journal3–45 (1988) (with G.P. Fletcher, H. Friedlander, F. Weinschenk, A. Ryan, Jr., B. Einhorn, E. Rosenbaum, H. Stanislawski, D. Matas & I. Cotler).
Book Review of The Human Rights of Aliens in Contemporary International Law, by Richard B. Lillich. 19 New York University Journal of International Law and Politics 479–490 (1987) (with O. Kupferschmid).
“Debating Conviction Against Conviction—Constitutional Considerations on the Sanctuary Movement.” 14 Hastings Constitutional Law Quarterly 25–41 (1986).
“The Supreme Court’s 1984–85 Church-State Decisions: Judicial Paths of Least Resistance.” 21Harvard Civil Rights-Civil Liberties Law Review 651–688 (1986).
“When Separate is Equal: Why Organized Religious Exercises, Unlike Chess, Do Not Belong in the Public Schools (Symposium: Freedom of Association).” 81 Northwestern University Law Review174–189 (1986).
Book Review of Reconsecrating America, by George Goldberg. 2 Constitutional Commentary 529–535 (1985).
“The Unconstitutionality of Equal Access Policies and Legislation Allowing Organized Student-Initiated Religious Activities in the Public High Schools: A Proposal for a Unitary First Amendment Forum Analysis.” 12 Hastings Constitutional Law Quarterly 529–595 (1985).
NEWSPAPER ARTICLES, PRACTICE MATERIALS, AND OTHER PUBLICATIONS
"The Best Route," by James Podgers in the ABA Journal, December 2006 (in connection with that ABA Conference on Transitional Justice, New York University Law School, “From Nuremberg to Africa: The Evolution of Accountability and Recovery From Conflict”)
Columnist, Findlaw’s Writ—Legal Commentary; http://writ.news.findlaw.com/ (Thomson).
“Through the Veil, Darkly: Why France’s Ban on the Wearing of Religious Symbols is Even More Pernicious Than it Appears.” FindLaw’s Writ: Legal Commentaryhttp://writ.news.findlaw.com/commentary/20040216_teitel.html February 16, 2004, reprinted onAlterNet.org http://www.alternet.org/story.html?StoryID=17932 February 24, 2004.
“IRAK Les victimes de Saddam Hussein pourront-elles enfin solder leurs comptes? Une exigence insatisfaite de justice,” Le Figaro (Debats et Opinions) September 2, 2003.
“Made to Measure Justice,” The Globe and Mail July 25, 2003 at A13
“The Road to Justice in Iraq,” Korea Herald (Op Ed) (August 9, 2003), also printed as “The Journey to Justice in Iraq,” Jakarta Post (Op Ed) (August 13, 2003).
“Operation Iraqi Freedom: Just or Unjust War? Humanitarian Action, or Simply Geopolitics?”FindLaw’s Writ: Legal Commentary http://writ.news.findlaw.com/commentary/20030408_teitel.htmlApril 8, 2003.
“National Sovereignty: A Cornerstone of International Law and an Obstacle to Protecting Citizens,”Legal Affairs 27–29 (September/October 2002).
Moderator, “Symposium: The International Criminal Court: Contemporary Perspectives and Prospects for Ratification.” 16 New York Law School Journal of Human Rights 505–551 (2000).
Panelist: “War Crimes and the Political Future of Bosnia and Herzegovina” (Council on Foreign Relations Symposium) in After Dayton: Lessons of the Bosnian Peace Process at 67, 73–77 (R. Wedgwood, ed., Council on Foreign Relations, 2000).
Panelist, “Debate 3: Do School Vouchers Violate the Establishment Clause? Are They Good Policy? (Conference on the First Amendment and Government Support for Religion and Religious Institutions)” 1 Rutgers Journal of Law and Religion 5 (1999/2000).
Book Review of War Crimes: Brutality, Genocide, Terror, and the Struggle for Justice by Aryeh Neier. 8 East European Constitutional Review 112–114 (Winter/Spring 1999).
Moderator, “Panel III: Identifying and Prosecuting War Crimes (Symposium: 1945–1995: Critical Perspectives on the Nuremberg Trials and State Accountability).” 12 New York Law School Journal of Human Rights 631–688 (1995).
“Nuremberg’s Lessons for Today.” Hartford Courant (Commentary), October 15, 1995, at C1.
“Dilemmas of Justice.” 1 East European Constitutional Review 20–21 (1992).
“The ‘Ivan’ Case: Cold War Injustice.” Washington Post, at A21 (December 10, 1992).
Moderator, “Symposium: Truth and Justice: The Question of Accountability for Stalinist Crimes in Eastern Europe and the Soviet Union.” 9 New York Law School Journal of Human Rights 599–641 (1992).
“Tribute to Owen Kupferschmid and Opening Address (Symposium: Holocaust and Human Rights Law: The Sixth International Conference).” 12 Boston College Third World Law Journal 191–198 (1992) (with C.C. Lichtenstein, A. Berney & W. Mandell).
“Freedom of Speech and Holocaust Denial (Panel Discussion).” 8 Cardozo Law Review 559–594 (1987) (with G. Tishler, I. Cotler, A.M. Dershowitz, A. Berney & N. Ackerman).
“Rex Lee Selectively Abandons Judicial Restraint.” 6 Legal Times 8 (April 30, 1984) (with M. Eisenberg).