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DAVID SCHEFFER

2021

Op-Eds/Blog Posts/Popular Press

2020

Articles

Contributions to Books

  • Foreward, in Sarata Ashraf, No Place For Optimism: Anticipating Myanmar's First Report to The International Court of Justice (May 2020).

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2019

Articles

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2018

Books

Articles

Contributions to Books

  • Twenty-First Century Paradigms on Military Force for Humane Purposes, in Seeking Accountability For The Unlawful Use of Force, edited by Leila Nadya Sadat (2018) at 493 (Co-authored by: Angela Walker).
  • Closing Perspectives, in The Founders: Four Pioneering Individuals Who Launched The First Modern-era International Criminal Tribunals, edited by David Crane, Leila Sadat, & Michael Schar (2018) at 147.

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Working Papers

2017

Articles

  • Book Review, 111 American Journal of International Law 559 (2017) (reviewing Philippe Sands, EAST WEST STREET: ON THE ORIGINS OF “GENOCIDE” AND “CRIMES AGAINST HUMANITY” (2016)).

Contributions to Books

  • The Creation and Legacy of the ICTY, in The Research Process, Documentation & Prosecution of Genocide in Bosnia and Herzegovina, edited by Irfan Ajanović & Indira Osmić (The Association of Victims and Witnesses of Genocide 2016) at 57.

Op-Eds/Blog Posts/Popular Press

Legal Documents

  • Brief of Ambassador David J. Scheffer, Northwestern University Pritzker School of Law, as Amicus Curiae in Support of the Petitioners, Joseph Jesner, et al., v. Arab Bank PLC, 822 F.3d 34 (2d Cir. 2016), On Writ of Certiorari to the United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit (No. 16-499) (Jun. 26, 2017).

2016

Articles

  • The Creation of the Tribunals, 110 American Journal of International Law 173 (2016) (Co-authored by: Michael J. Matheson).
  • The Corporate Joust with Morality, Opinio Juris (June 6, 2016) (Co-authored by: Caroline Kaeb).
  • Justice Delayed, Not Denied, in Bosnia, Project Syndicate (Mar. 25, 2016).
  • Reflections on Contemporary Responses to Atrocity Crimes, 10 Genocide Studies International 105 (2016).
  • Is Violence Necessary to Topple a Dictator?, Foreign Policy Magazine 30 (Jan./Feb. 2016) (Co-authored by: Erica Chenoweth).

Contributions to Books

  • Criminal Justice, in The Oxford Handbook of International Organizations, edited by Jacob Katz Cogan, Ian Hurd, and Ian Johnstone (Oxford University Press 2016) at 282.
  • Maximizing Opportunities to Deter Further Atrocity Crimes, in Contemporary Issues Facing The International Criminal Court, edited by Richard H. Steinberg (2016) at 220.
  • The United Nations Security Council and International Criminal Justice, in Cambridge Companion To International Criminal Law, edited by William Schabas (2016) at 178.
  • The Complex Crime of Aggression under the Rome Statute, in International Criminal Law, edited by Antonio Cassese, Florian Jeßberger, Robert Cryer and Urmila Dé (2016).
  • The United States and the International Criminal Court, in International Criminal Law, edited by Antonio Cassese, Florian Jeßberger, Robert Cryer and Urmila Dé (2016).
  • A Review of the Experiences of the Pre-Trial and Appeals Chambers of the International Criminal Court Regarding the Disclosure of Evidence, in International Criminal Law, edited by Antonio Cassese, Florian Jeßberger, Robert Cryer and Urmila Dé (2016).

Op-Eds/Blog Posts/Popular Press

Legal Documents

  • Brief of Amici Curiae Ambassadors Stephen J. Rapp and David J. Scheffer in Support of Reversal of Dismissal of Alien Tort Statute Claims Jara v. Barrientos Nunez, No. 16-15179 (Nov. 30, 2016) (Co-authored by: Stephen J. Rapp).
  • Brief of Ambassador David J. Scheffer, Northwestern Pritzker School of Law, as Amicus Curiae in Support of the Petitioners, Lungislie Ntsebeza v. Ford Motor Co., 796 F.3d 160 (2d Cir. 2015), petition for cert. Filed, No. 15-1020 (U.S. 2016).
  • Amicus Curiae Brief of Former U.S. Ambassador-At-Large for War Crimes Issues David J. Scheffer in Support of Appellants and Reversal, Doe et al. v. Cisco Systems, Inc. et al., No. 15-16909 (Jan. 11, 2016).

2015

Contributions to Books

  • The Fate of R2P in the Age of Retrenchment, in Globalization And Its Impact On The Future of Human Rights and International Criminal Justice, edited by M. Cherif Bassiouni (2015) at 617.
  • The Impact of the War Crimes Tribunals on Corporate Liability for Atrocity Crimes under US Law, in Corporate Social Responsibility: Human Rights In The New Global Economy, edited by Charlotte Walker-Said & John D. Kelly (2015) at 152.
  • Reflections [on Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia], in Proceedings of The Eighth International Humanitarian Law Dialogs (2015) at 27 (Co-authored by: Mark David Agrast & David M. Crane).
  • Preface, in North Korea, International Law and The Dual Crises: Narrative and Constructive Engagement, (Morse Tan) (Routledge 2015).
  • False Alarm about the Proprio Motu Prosecutor, in The First Global Prosecutor: Promises and Constraints, edited by Martha Minow, Cora True-Frost, & Alex Whiting (University of Michigan Press 2015) at 29.

Op-Eds/Blog Posts/Popular Press

  • Shield America from Crimes Against Humanity, The Hill (Dec. 23, 2015).

Legal Documents

  • Amicus Curiae Brief of David J. Scheffer in Support of Appellants, U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit, Balintulo et al. v. Ford Motor Co., International Business Machines Corp., General Motors Corp., No. 14-4104(L) (Feb. 4, 2015).

2014

Articles

  • Proposal for an International Criminal Court Arrest Procedures Protocol, 12 Northwestern Journal of International Human Rights 229-252 (2014).
  • The Paradox of Kiobel in Europe, 107 American Journal of International 852-857 (2013) (Co-authored by: Caroline Kaeb).
  • Excerpts from All the Missing Souls: A Personal History of the War Crimes Tribunals, 9 Eyes On The Icc 1-18 (2012-2013).

Contributions to Books

  • Atrocity Crimes, in Genocide: A Reader, edited by Jens Meierhenrich (Oxford University Press 2014) at 88-91.

Op-Eds/Blog Posts/Popular Press

  • Ambassador Scheffer also delivered a speech in front of the Scotland House in Brussels An International Perspective on the Future of Scotland (July 1, 2014).

Legal Documents

  • Amicus Curiae Brief of David J. Scheffer in Support of Appellants’ Opposition to Petition for Rehearing and Rehearing En Banc, U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit, John Doe I, John Doe II; John Doe III; individually and on behalf of proposed class members; Global Exchange v. Nestle, U.S.A., Inc., Archer Daniels Midland Company; Cargill Incorporated Company; Cargill Cocoa , No. 10-56739 (Dec. 19, 2014).

2013

Articles

  • First Annual Clara Barton Lecture: Origins of the Special Court for Sierra Leone, Proceedings of The Sixth International Humanitarian Law Dialogs 79-98, edited by Elizabeth Andersen & David Crane (2013).
  • The Paradox of Kiobel in Europe, Agora on “Transnational Human Rights Litigation After Kiobel", 107 American Journal of International Law (2013, forthcoming) (Co-authored by: Caroline Kaeb).
  • Chasing Leadership Impunity: The Rapid Evolution of International Criminal Law, 16 Chapman Law Review 395-405 (2013).

Contributions to Books

  • The Five Levels of CSR Compliance: The Resilience of Corporate Liability under the Alien Tort Statute and the Case for a Counterattack Strategy in Compliance Theory (29 BERKELEY JOURNAL OF INTERNATIONAL LAW 334), edited by Andrew Clapham, reprinted in Human Rights and Non-State Actors (Edward Elgar 2013) (Co-authored by: Caroline Kaeb).
  • The Enforcement of ICC Arrest Warrants, in The Rise of International Justice, edited by Kelly Askin (Open Society Foundation 2013) at 171-181.

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Working Papers

  • International Political and Legal Implications of Scottish Independence, Adam Smith Research Foundation Working Papers 23:01 (February 2013).

2012

Books

Articles

  • El Significado y la Activación del Crimen de Agresión Bajo el Estatuto de Roma de la Corte Penal Internacional, 7 Politica Criminal, no. 13, 209-229 (Julio 2012).

Contributions to Books

  • Tribunal Influence in Recent U.S. Jurisprudence on Corporate Liability for Atrocity Crimes, in Proceedings of The Fifth International Humanitarian Law Dialogs, edited by Elizabeth Andersen and David M. Crane (American Society of International Law 2012) at 47-75.

Op-Eds/Blog Posts/Popular Press

  • Confidential Memorandum on International Criminal Tribunals: Arrest/Surrender Cooperation Strategies, International Criminal Court (2012).
  • No Way to Fund a War Crimes Tribunal, International Herald Tribune (August 28, 2012).

Legal Documents

  • Supplemental Brief of Ambassador David J. Scheffer, Northwestern University School of Law, as Amicus Curiae in Support of the Petitioners, Esther Kiobel et al. v. Royal Dutch Petroleum Co., et al., ___U.S.___ (2011) (No. 10-1491) (June 13, 2012).

2011

Books

  • All The Missing Souls: A Personal History of the War Crimes Tribunals (Princeton University Press 2012).

Articles

  • Introduction: Atrocity Crimes Litigation During 2010, 9 Northwestern Journal of International Human Rights 233-240 (2011).
  • Conference: Lines of Inquiry Memorandum, 9 Northwestern Journal of International Human Rights 241-294 (2011).
  • Whose Lawfare Is It, Anyway?, 43 Case Western Reserve Journal of International Law 215-227 (2010).
  • The Complex Crime of Aggression Under the Rome Statute, 23 Leiden Journal of International Law 897-904 (2010).

Contributions to Books

  • The Complex Crime of Aggression under the Rome Statute, in Proceedings of The Fourth International Humanitarian Law Dialogs (STUDIES IN TRANSNATIONAL LEGAL POLICY No. 43, The American Society of International Law, Washington, D.C. 2011) at 173-188.
  • Crimes Against Humanity and the Responsibility to Protect, in Forging A Convention For Crimes Against Humanity, edited by Leila Nadya Sadat (Cambridge University Press 2011) at 305-322.

Op-Eds/Blog Posts/Popular Press

  • The Negotiating History of the ECCC’s Personal Jurisdiction, Cambodia Tribunal Monitor (May 22, 2011).
  • Did the U.S. Violate International Law by Killing bin Laden?, In the Arena.
  • Everything You Ever Wanted to Know about the Legality of the No-Fly Zone and Prosecuting Gadhafi for Crimes Against Humanity, CNN In the Arena Blogs (March 21, 2011).

Legal Documents

  • Brief of Ambassador David J. Scheffer, Northwestern University School of Law, as Amicus Curiae in Support of the Petitioners, Esther Kiobel et al. v. Royal Dutch Petroleum Co., et al., ____U.S.____ (2011) (No. 10-1491) (December 20, 2011).
  • Brief of David J. Scheffer as Amicus Curiae Supporting Petition for Writ of Certiorari, Kiobel v. Royal Dutch Petroleum Co., ___U.S.___(2011)(No. 10-1491) (12 July 2011).
  • Brief of David J. Scheffer as Amicus Curiae in Support of Appellants and Reversal, U.S. Court of Appeals of the Ninth Circuit, John Doe v. Nestle, S.A., No. 10-56739 (1 July 2011).

2010

Articles

  • The Five Levels of CSR Compliance: The Resiliency of Corporate Liability under the Alien Tort Statute and the Case for a Counterattack Strategy in Compliance Theory, 29 Berkeley Journal of International Law 334-397 (2011) (Co-authored by: Caroline Kaeb).
  • Making Sense of the Pre-Trial Chamber’s Second Decision on an Appeal about Alleged Political Interference, Cambodia Tribunal Monitor (September 15, 2010).
  • On the Eve of the Duch Judgment, Cambodia Tribunal Monitor (July 22, 2010).
  • On the Cusp of a Final Draft Text for the Crime of Aggression for the International Criminal Court (June 9, 2010).
  • Final Drafts on the Amendments for the Crime of Aggression for the Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court (June 10, 2010).
  • Friday’s Proposed Compromises on the Amendments for the Crime of Aggression (June 11, 2010).
  • Adoption of the Amendments on Aggression to the Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court (June 12, 2010).

Contributions to Books

  • The International Criminal Court, in Routledge Handbook of International Criminal Law, edited by William A. Schabas and Nadia Bernaz (Routledge 2011).
  • A Pragmatic Approach to the Crime of Aggression , in International Criminal Justice: Law And Practice From The Rome Statute To Its Review, edited by Roberto Bellelli (Ashgate Publishing Company 2010).

Op-Eds/Blog Posts/Popular Press

  • The Duch Judgment, Wall Street Journal (July 28, 2010).
  • Aggression is Now a Crime, International Herald Tribune (July 2, 2010).
  • BP Shows the Need for a Rethink of Regulation, Financial Times, 11 (May 28, 2010).

Legal Documents

  • Amicus Brief on Behalf of David J. Scheffer, Director of the Center for International Human Rights, Northwestern University School of Law, The Prosecutor v. Nikola Sainovic, Dragoljub Ojdanic, Nebojsa Pavkovic, Vladimir Lazarevic, Sreten Lukic, [The International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia (Case No. IT-05-87-A)] (29 July 2010).
  • Brief of David J. Scheffer, Director of the Center for International Human Rights, as Amicus Curiae in Support of the Issuance of a Writ of Certiorari, Presbyterian Church of Sudan, et al., Petitioners v. Talisman Energy, Inc., Respondent, United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit (No. 09-1262) (May 19, 2010).
  • Brief of Amici Curiae U.S. Diplomats in Support of Plaintiffs-Appellants, Alexis Holyweek Sarel, et al., Plaintiffs-Appellants-Cross-Appellees, vs. Rio Tinto, plc, et al., Defendants-Appellees-Cross-Appellants, U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit (Appeals Nos. 02-56256, 02-56390 & 09-56381) (January 29, 2010 ) as reviewer and signer.

Working Papers

  • The Crime of Aggression, Beyond Kampala: Next Steps For U.s. Principled Engagement With The International Criminal Court, Rachel Gore, managing editor (ASIL Discussion Paper, November 2010) at Pages 87-107.

2009

Articles

  • Closing the Impunity Gap in U.S. Law , 8 Northwestern University Journal of International Human Rights 30-52 (2009).
  • Tenth Annual Grotius Lecture: Further Reflections , Proceedings of The 102nd Annual Meeting 12-16 (April 9-12, 2008) The American Society of International Law.
  • Introduction: Atrocity Crimes Litigation During 2008 , 7 Northwestern University Journal of International Human Rights 161-169 (2009).
  • A Pragmatic Approach to Jurisdictional and Definitional Requirements for the Crime of Aggression in the Rome Statute , 41 Case Western Reserve Journal of International Law 397-411 (2009).
  • Tenth Annual Grotius Lecture Response: For Love of Country and International Criminal Law, Further Reflections, 24 American University International Law Review 665-677 (2009).
  • Elevate Your Vision , 17 Ilsa Quarterly 54-59 (April 2009).

Contributions to Books

  • The Legacy of Raphael Lemkin , in Silence of God and Other Plays By Catherine Filloux (Seagull Books 2009).
  • Cross-Fire Discussion of Lessons Learned from the Trials of Slobodan Miloševic, Charles Taylor, and Saddam Hussein , in Criminal Jurisdiction 100 Years After The 1907 Hague Peace Conference, edited by Willem J.M. van Genugten, Michael P. Scharf, and Sasha E. Radin (T.M.C. Asser Press 2009).

Op-Eds/Blog Posts/Popular Press

Legal Documents

  • Brief of David J. Scheffer as Amicus Curiae in Support of Petitioner and Rehearing En Banc, The Presbyterian Church of Sudan, Rev. Matthew Mathiang Deang, et al., Plaintiffs-Appellants v. Talisman Energy, Inc., Defendant-Appellee, United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit (No. 07-0016-cv) (October 28, 2009).

2008

Articles

  • The Constitutionality of the Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court , 98 Journal of Criminal Law And Criminology 983-1068 (2008) (Co-authored by: Ashley Cox).
  • Atrocity Crimes Framing the Responsibility to Protect, 40 Case Western Reserve Journal of International Law 111-135 (2008).
  • Introduction: Atrocity Crimes Litigation During 2007 , 6 Northwestern University Journal of International Human Rights 375-381 (2008).
  • Staying the Course with the International Criminal Court, 1 China Review of International Criminal Law 348 (2006).
  • A Review of the Experiences of the Pre-Trial and Appeals Chambers of the International Criminal Court Regarding the Disclosure of Evidence, 21 Leiden Journal of International Law 151-163 (2008).

Contributions to Books

  • The Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia, in International Criminal Law, 3rd edition, edited by M. Cherif Bassiouni (Martinus Nijhoff Publishers 2008) at Volume III.
  • Atrocity Crimes and their Relationship to the Responsibility to Protect , in Responsibility to Protect: The Global Moral Compact for The 21st Century, edited by Richard H. Cooper and Juliette Voinov Kohler (Palgrave Macmillan 2009).
  • A Review of the Experiences of the Pre-Trial and Appeals Chambers of the International Criminal Court Regarding the Disclosure of Evidence , in The Emerging Practice of The International Criminal Court, edited by Göran Sluiter and Carsten Stahn (Koninklijke Brill NV 2008).
  • Why International Law Matters in God’s World, in Doing Justice To Mercy: Religion, Law, And Criminal Justice, edited by Jonathan Rothchild, Matthew Myer Boulton, and Kevin Jung (University of Virginia Press 2007) at 101-116.
  • Policy Issues Under the UN Charter and the Rome Statute , in Conference On International Criminal Justice, edited by Roberto Bellelli (AGAT 2008) at 48-52.
  • The Security Council and International Law on Military Occupations , in The United Nations Security Council And War; The Evolution of Thought And Practice Since 1945, edited by Vaughan Lowe, Adam Roberts, Jennifer Welsh, and Dominik Zaum (Oxford University Press 2008) at 580-607.
  • Nuremburg Trials, in Proceedings of The First International Humanitarian Law Dialogs (The American Society of International Law 2008).

Op-Eds/Blog Posts/Popular Press

  • Professor Scheffer is Contributor as an Export Group Member (“International Action: Strengthening Norms and Institutions”) of the Genocide Prevention Task Force Preventing Genocide: A Blueprint for U.S. Policy Makers (Co-chaired by Madeleine K. Albright and William S. Cohen), United States Holocaust Museum, 2008..
  • Strategy for U.S. Engagement with the International Court, a Century Foundation Report (2008) (Co-authored by: John Hutson ).
  • Let Games Go On, Without Fans: A Spectator Boycott Could Send China a Message , Chicago Tribune (April 13, 2008).

2007

Articles

  • The End of Exceptionalism in War Crimes , 16 Ilsa Quarterly 16-23 (October 2007) (Co-authored by: Richard Cooper, and Juliette Voinov Kohler ).
  • The World Court’s Fractured Ruling on Genocide , 2 Genocide Studies And Prevention 123-136 (August 2007).
  • International Criminal Court: Introductory Note to Decision on the Prosecution Application under Article 58(7) of the Statute In the Case of The Prosecutor v. Ahmad Muhammad Harun (“Ahmad Harun”) and Ali Muhammad Al Abd-Al-Rahman (“Ali Kushayb”) ICC Pre-Trial Chamber I , 46 International Legal Materials 532 (2007).
  • The Merits of Unifying Terms: 'Atrocity Crimes' and 'Atrocity Law', 2 Genocide Studies And Prevention 91-96 (April 2007).
  • Introductory Note To Military Commissions Act of 2006, 45 International Legal Materials 1241 (2006).
  • Genocide and Atrocity Crimes, 1 Genocide Studies And Prevention 229-250 (December 2006).

Contributions to Books

  • The Extraordinary Cambers in the Courts of Cambodia, the abridged text of a book chapter, in International Criminal Law, 3rd edition, edited by Cherif Bassiouni (Martinus Nijhoff Publishers 2008).
  • How Reform Initiatives Can Bridge the Gulf Between the United States and The International Criminal Court , in International Institutional Reform: Proceedings of The Seventh Hague Joint Conference, edited by Agata Filjalkowski (T.M.C. Asser 2007).
  • Foreword, in Concentrations of Inhumanity by David Hawk (Freedom House 2007).

Op-Eds/Blog Posts/Popular Press

  • Gaps in U.S. Law Pertaining to Atrocity Crimes Testimony of David Scheffer, Mayer Brown/Robert A. Helman Professor of Law, Northwestern University School of Law, Chicago, Illinois, Before the Subcommittee on Human Rights and the Law, Committee on the Judiciary, United States Senate: “No Safe Haven: Accountability for Human Rights Violations in the United States", Testimony of David Scheffer, Mayer Brown/Robert A. Helman Professor of Law, Northwestern University School of Law, Chicago, Illinois, Before the Subcommittee on Human Rights and the Law, Committee on the Judiciary, United States Senate: “No Safe Haven: Accountability for Human Rights Violations in the United States,” November 14, 2007 (November 14, 2007).

Legal Documents

  • Brief of Professor David Scheffer, International Law Expert, as Amicus Curiae in Support of the Co-Investigating Judges Case No. 002/14-08-2006, Kang Guek Eav (alias Duch) in the Pre-Trial Chambers of the Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia, the Pre-Trial Chambers of the Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia (3 October 2007).
  • Professor Scheffer was also heavily involved in preparing and then co-signed an amicus brief to the United States Supreme Court Brief of International Humanitarian Law Experts as Amici Curiae in Support of Petitioners Lakhdar Boumediene and Khaled A. F. Al Odah, Nos. 06-1195, 06-1196 (2007).

2006

Books

  • Brief Amicus Curiae of Louise Doswald-Beck, Guy S. Goodwin-Gill, Frits Kalshoven, Vaughan Lowe, Marco Sassoli, and the Center for International Human Rights of Northwestern University School of Law in Support of Petitioner [Commissions—Fair Trial Standards], Salim Ahmed Hamdan, Petitioner v. Donald H. Rumsfeld, et al., Respondents, Supreme Court of the United States (No. 05-184) (2005).

Articles

  • Why Hamdan is Right About Conspiracy Liability , 15 Ilsa Quarterly 29 (October 2006).
  • Jostling Over Justice, 154 Foreign Policy 4 (May/June 2006).
  • The Future U.S. Relationship with the International Criminal Court, 18 Pace International Law Review 801 (2006).

Contributions to Books

  • What if a Different U.S. Strategy Had built a Different Court for Iraq?, in Saddam On Trial: Understanding And Debating The Iraqi High Tribunal, edited by Michael P. Scharf and Gregory S. McNeal (Carolina Academic Press 2006) at 98-101.
  • Who Won the Battle of Wills in the December Proceedings of the Saddam Trial?, in Saddam On Trial: Understanding And Debating The Iraqi High Tribunal, edited by Michael P. Scharf and Gregory S. McNeal (Carolina Academic Press 2006) at 129.
  • What Happens to the Saddam Trial if Civil War Consumes Iraq?, in Saddam On Trial: Understanding And Debating The Iraqi High Tribunal, edited by Michael P. Scharf and Gregory S. McNeal (Carolina Academic Press 2006) at 215-217.

Op-Eds/Blog Posts/Popular Press

  • Weaving a Tangled Judicial Web , Chicago Tribune (September 10, 2006).
  • Bound to Obey the Rule of Law: What to Do About America’s Military Commissions, Chicago Tribune, page1 (July 9, 2006).
  • North Korea’s Criminal Regime, International Herald Tribune (July 7, 2006) (Co-authored by: Grace Kang).
  • International Injustice: Fugitives Sought for War Crimes Still on the Loose, Chicago Tribune, at section 2, page 1 (June 4, 2006).
  • Unlock the Door to History’s Atrocities, Financial Times (May 26, 2006).
  • Letter: Afghan Abuse Case, New York Times, page A18 (February 20, 2006).

2005

Articles

  • Blueprint for Legal Reforms at the United Nations and the International Criminal Court, 36 Georgetown Journal of International Law 683 (2005).