Search Faculty Publications
- Case note Arctic Sunrise (Netherlands v. Russia), ITLOS Case No. 22, Provisional Measures Order, International Tribunal for the Law of the Sea, November 22, 2013.
- Eugene Kontorovich is the editor of ECONOMIC ANALYSIS OF INTERNATIONAL LAW (2016).
- Palestine, Uti Possidetis Juris and the Borders of Israel in ARIZONA LAW REVIEW (2016) (Co-authored by: Abraham Bell).
- In re Arctic Sunrise (Netherlands v. Russia) PCA Case No. 2014-02, Merits, UN Convention on the Law of the Sea Annex VII Arbitral Tribunal, August 14, 2015 in 110 AMERICAN JOURNAL OF INTERNATIONAL LAW 96 (2016).
- Why Judges Always Vote in 43 INTERNATIONAL REVIEW OF LAW AND ECONOMICS 190 (2015) (Co-authored by: Tonja Jacobi).
- Resolution 242 Revisited: New Evidence on the Required Scope of Israeli Withdrawal in 16 CHICAGO JOURNAL OF INTERNATIONAL LAW 127 (2015).
- Can States Fund BDS?: Is Banning the Use of Public Money to Support Companies That Boycott Israel Unconstitutional and Illegal? in TABLET MAGAZINE (July 13, 2015).
- Economic Dealings with Occupied Territories in 53 COLUMBIA JOURNAL OF TRANSNATIONAL LAW 584 (2015).
- Three International Courts and Their Constitutional Problems in 99 CORNELL LAW REVIEW 1353-1386 (2014).
- A Court’s Collapse: The International Criminal Court Gives up on its Prosecution of Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta in NATIONAL REVIEW ONLINE (September 15, 2014).
- Kiobel Surprise: Unexpected by Scholars but Consistent with International Trends in 89 NOTRE DAME LAW REVIEW 1671-1694 (2014).
Contributions to Books etc.
- Piracy in National Security Law in the News: A Guide for Journalists, Scholars and Policymakers, edited by Paul Rosenzweig, Timothy J. McNulty and Ellen Shearer (American Bar Association/Northwestern University Medill School of Journalism, 2012) at Pages 135-143.
- Does the new anti-boycott law larm free speech? in JERUSALEM POST, 15 (April 12, 2012).
- Prisoner trades and the case for Gitmo (May 23, 2012).
- Discretion, Delegation, and Defining in the Constitution’s Law of Nations Clause in 106 NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY LAW REVIEW 1675-1751 (2012).
- The Piracy Prosecution Paradox Political and Procedural Problems with Enforcing Order on the High Seas in 13 GEORGETOWN JOURNAL OF INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS _ (2012).
- A Tort Statute, With Aliens and Pirates in 107 NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY LAW REVIEW COLLOQUY _ (2012).
Books and other Monographs
- JUSTICE AT SEA: PIRACY AND THE LIMITS OF INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL LAW (HARVARD UNIVERSITY PRESS, under contract).
- RESEARCH HANDBOOK ON THE ECONOMICS OF PUBLIC INTERNATIONAL LAW (EDWARD ELGAR, under contract) part of Research Handbooks in Law and Economics series, Richard Posner & Francesco Parisi, eds..
- Is Gaza Still Occupied? in JERUSALEM POST (July 17, 2011) (Co-authored by: Paula Kweskin).
- The New Arab Tactic against Israel in NATIONAL REVIEW ONLINE (May 18, 2011).
- 'Impending diplomatic tsunami' is greatly exaggerated in JERUSALEM POST (April 12, 2011).
- Review of economic and philological books on piracy in 41 JOURNAL OF INTERDISCIPLINARY HISTORY 624-627 (2011).
- An Economic Analysis of Fact Witness Payment in 3 JOURNAL OF LEGAL ANALYSIS 139-164 (2011) (Co-authored by: Ezra Friedman).
- A Shining Target on a Hill That Nobody Tires to Hit in WALL STREET JOURNAL, W9 (April 15, 2010).
- An Empirical Examination of Universal Jurisdiction for Piracy in 104 AMERICAN JOURNAL OF INTERNATIONAL LAW (2010) (Co-authored by: Steven Art).
- “A Guantanamo on the Sea”: The Difficulties of Prosecuting Pirates and Terrorists in 98 CALIFORNIA LAW REVIEW 234 (2010).
- International Decisions: United States v. Shi in 103 AMERICAN JOURNAL OF INTERNATIONAL LAW 734-740 (2009).
- Prosecute worldwide pirates in NATIONAL LAW JOURNAL (May 11, 2009).
- The Constitutionality of International Courts: The Forgotten Precedent of Slave-Trade Tribunals in 158 UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA LAW REVIEW 39-115 (2009).
- Introductory Note, Exchange of Letters Between European Union and Kenya to Prosecute Pirates in 48 INTERNATIONAL LEGAL MATERIALS 747-750 (2009).
- International Responses to Territorial Conquest in 102 AMERICAN SOCIETY OF INTERNATIONAL LAW PROCEEDINGS 437-440 (2009).
- The“Define and Punish” Clause and the Limits of Universal Jurisdiction in 103 NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY LAW REVIEW 149 (2009) Available at SSRN: http://ssrn.com/abstract=1022132.
- Originalism and the Difficulties of History in Foreign Affairs in 53 SAINT LOUIS UNIVERSITY LAW JOURNAL 39-52 (2008) Available at SSRN: http://ssrn.com/abstract=1022132.
- International Legal Responses to Piracy off the Coast of Somalia in 13 ASIL INSIGHTS (February 6, 2009).
- Why the Piracy Police Isn’t Working in OPINIO JURIS (February 9, 2009).
- A Second Look at Kosovo in NEW YORK SUN (March 19, 2008).
- Bitter Irony in NEW YORK SUN (Feb. 13, 2008).
- The ‘Define and Punish’ Clause and Universal Jurisdiction: Recovering the Lost Limits in 103 NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY LAW REVIEW Available at SSRN: http://ssrn.com/abstract=1022132.
- Beyond the Article I Horizon: Congress’s Enumerated Powers and Universal Jurisdiction Over Drug Crimes in 93 MINNESOTA LAW REVIEW Available at SSRN: http://ssrn.com/abstract=1022132.
- The Inefficiency of Universal Jurisdiction in 2008 UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS LAW REVIEW 389-418.
- Beyond the Article I Horizon: Congress’s Enumerated Powers and Universal Jurisdiction Over Drug Crimes.
- A Man of His Word in WORLD JEWISH DIGEST (October 2007).
- What Standing Is Good For in 93 VIRGINIA LAW REVIEW 1663-1727 (2007).
- The Law of the Latke in GREEN BAG 2D (2006).
- Naked Aggression: Sheba Farms and the Law in NEW YORK SUN (Aug. 27, 2006).
- Inefficient Customs in International Law in 48 WILLIAM & MARY LAW REVIEW 859 (2006).
book review of JOHN YOO's THE POWERS OF WAR AND PEACE
- War Powers in POLICY REVIEW 77 (April 2006).
- Religious Radicals in WALL STREET JOURNAL (July 22, 2005).
- Disrespecting the “Opinions of Mankind”: International Law in Constitutional Interpretation in 8 GREEN BAG 2D 261 (2005).
- The Constitution in Two Dimensions: A Transaction Cost Analysis of Constitutional Remedies in 91 VIRGINIA LAW REVIEW 1135 (2005).
- Reform strategy for Saudi Arabia in WASHINGTON TIMES (August 1, 2004).
- Severe and prolonged harm: Defining torture in international and U.S. law in WASHINGTON TIMES (June 25, 2004).
- Implementing Sosa v. Alvarez-Machain: What Piracy Teaches About the Limits of the Alien Tort Statute in 80 NOTRE DAME LAW REVIEW 111 (2004).
- Liability Rules for Constitutional Rights: The Case of Mass Detentions in 56 STANFORD LAW REVIEW 755 (2004).
- The Piracy Analogy: Modern Universal Jurisdiction’s Hollow Foundation in 45 HARVARD INTERNATIONAL LAW JOURNAL 183 (2004).
- Put Ethics on the Front Line in LEGAL TIMES (Sept. 22, 2003).
- Is this a good time to ask for Pollard’s release in JERUSALEM POST (Aug. 1, 2003).
- The Arab League Boycott and WTO Accession: Can Foreign Policy Excuse Discriminatory Sanctions? in 4 CHICAGO JOURNAL OF INTERNATIONAL LAW 283 (2003).
- A to Zzz in LEGAL AFFAIRS 18-19 (July/August 2003) (Co-authored by: David Lisitza).
- Riyadh’s WTO Outrage in NEW YORK POST (December 26, 2002).
- Make Them Talk in WALL STREET JOURNAL (June 18, 2002).
- The ICC – Open and Shut in JERUSALEM POST (May 10, 2002).
- A Dubious Warning in NEW YORK POST (January 3, 2002).
- The Mitigation of Emotional Distress Damages in 68 UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO LAW REVIEW 491 (2001).