Do International Criminal Tribunals Deter or Exacerbate Humanitarian Atrocities?, 84 WASH.U. LAW REV. (forthcoming 2007)
Hamdan v. Rumsfeld: The Functional Case for Foreign Affairs Deference to the Executive Branch, 23 CONST. COMMENT. 179 (Summer 2006)
Gubernatorial Foreign Policy, 115 YALE L. J. 2380 (forthcoming 2006) (symposium article)
Ali v. Rumsfeld: Challenging the President's Power to Interpret Customary International Law, 38 CASE WESTERN RES. INT'L L. J. 371 (2006) (symposium essay)
International Delegations and the New World Court Order, 81 WASH. L. REV. 1 (2006).
Structural Conflicts in Judicial Interpretations of Customary International Law, 45 SANTA CLARA L. REV. 101 (2005).
The Third Wave: The Alien Tort Statute and the War on Terrorism, 19 EMORY INT'L L. REV. 205 (2005).
Beyond Formalism in Foreign Affairs: A Functional Approach to the Alien Tort Statute , 2004 SUP. CT. REV. 153 (with John Yoo).
Treaties as Laws: A Defense of the Last in Time Rule, 80 IND. L. J. 319 (2005).
The State of New York Does Exist: How States Control Compliance with International Law , 82 N.C. L. REV. 457 (2004).
Customary International Law in State Courts, 42 VA. J. INT'L L. 265 (2001).
The Delegation of Federal Powers to International Organizations: New Problems with Old Solutions , 85 MINN. L. REV. 71 (2000).
"Why Constitutional Rights Litigation Should Not Follow the Flag", National Security Law Report, Volume 28, No. 2 (July 2006).
"Is There an Exclusive Commander-in-Chief Power?," YALE L. J. (THE POCKET PART), March 2006
"Treaties Shouldn't Trump Law," Houston Chronicle (March 11, 2006)
"Treaties Shouldn't Trump U.S. Law," Los Angeles Times B13 (March 8, 2006)
Writ, FINDLAW.COM, "Choosing Between Constitutional and International Law: Why the U.S. Had Good Reason to Ignore the Recent World Court Order," February 11, 2003.