International Law (with Barry E. Carter).  3rd ed.  Aspen Publishing (1999).  Previous Editions:  Boston:  Little Brown:  2nd, 1995; and 1st, 1991.

International Law (with Barry E. Carter).  2nd ed. Little, Brown (1995).  Prior edition:  1st, 1991.

International Law:  Selected Documents and New Developments (with Barry E. Carter).  Revised ed. Little, Brown (1994).  Prior edition:  International Law:  Selected Documents, 1991.

Articles and Chapters

The Plight of Academic International Law, 1 Chicago J. of International L. 117-23 (2000).

What�s Wrong With International Law Scholarship?  The Plight of Academic International Law, 1 Chicago J. of International Law 117-23 (2000).

Contributor, Encyclopedia of the American Constitution:  Supplement I and 2 nd ed. (edited by Leonard W. Levy, Kenneth L. Karst et al., New York:  Macmillan, 1992 and 2000).

All Fall Down:  The Treaty Power in the Clinton Administration (with Alec Koff), 16 UC Berkeley J. of International L. 55-70 (1998).

The War Power 25 Years Later, 3 UC Davis J. of International Law & Policy 183-90 (1997).

Globalization, International Institutions, and the Erosion of National Sovereignty and Democracy, 95 Michigan L. Rev. 1944-69 (1997).

International Institutions and the World�s Water, 90 ASIL Proc. 499 (1996).

The President�s Constitutional Authority to Use Limited Military Force (Agora:  The 1994 U.S. Action in Haiti), 89 American J. of International Law 84-87 (1995).

The Supreme Court and International Law:  The Demise of Restatement Section 403 (Restatement of Foreign Relations Law in Hartford Fire Insurance Co. v. California), 89 American J. of International Law 53-57 (1995).

The President and Arms Control, in 1 Encyclopedia of the American Presidency 70-74 (edited by Louis Fisher and Leonard W. Levy, New York:  Simon & Schuster, 1994).

Legal Dimensions of Arms Control and Disarmament, in 1 Encyclopedia of Arms Control and Disarmament 371-78 (edited by Richard Dean Burns, New York:  Scribner�s, 1993).

Political and Legal Aspects of Verification of Arms Control in Europe, in Europe in Transition:  Arms Control and Conventional Forces in the 1990's (edited by Alan Sweedler et al., La Jolla, CA:  Univ. of California Institute on Global Conflict and Cooperation, 1991).

Review Essay:  Foreign Affairs, Law and Democracy, 89 Michigan L. Rev. 1371-81 (1991).  Reviewing Constitutionalism, Democracy, and Foreign Affairs, by Louis Henkin.

Review Essay:  International Law, Foreign Policy and the Reagan Years, 85 Northwestern Univ. L. Rev. 1041-50 (1991).  Reviewing On the Law of Nations, by Daniel Patrick Moynihan.

The Role of the President, the Senate and Congress with Respect to Arms Control Treaties Concluded by the United States (with Jack Weiss), 67 Chicago-Kent L. Rev. 645-704 (1991).

Review Essay:  The Acquiescent Congress and Foreign Affairs, 15 Yale J. of International Law 345-59 (1990).  Reviewing The National Security Constitution: Sharing Power after the Iran-Contra Affair, by Harold Hongju Koh.

Review Essay:  International Law, World Order, and Critical Legal Studies, 42 Stanford L. Rev. 811-45 (1990).  Reviewing An Introduction to Contemporary International Law:  A Policy-Oriented Perspective, by Lung-Chu Chen; Revitalizing International Law, by Richard A. Falk; and International Legal Structures, by David Kennedy.

Arms Control and International Negotiation Theory, 25 Stanford J. of International Law 543-74 (1989).

Beyond Verification:  The Next Step in Arms Control, 102 Harvard L. Rev. 885-912 (1989).

The Constitutional Common Law of Treaty Interpretation:  A Reply to the Formalists (Arms Control Treaty Reinterpretation), 137 Univ. of Pennsylvania L. Rev. 1461-80 (1989).

The President�s Foreign Affairs Power (The United States Constitution in Its Third Century:  Foreign Affairs), 83 American J. of International Law 750-57 (1989).

International Human Rights and U.S. Courts:  Might Congress and Other Legislatures Nurture Needed Change?, 1987 Proceedings of the American Society of International Law 459-61 (1987).

A Revisionist View of Customary International Law, 33 UCLA L. Rev. 665-732 (1986).

Contributor, Encyclopedia of the American Constitution (edited by Leonard W. Levy, Kenneth L. Karst et al., New York:  Macmillan, 1986).

Review Essay:  International Trade and the �Rule of Law,� 83 Michigan L. Rev. 1016-32 (1985).  Reviewing Implementing theTokyo Round: National Constitutions and International Economic Rules, by John H. Jackson, et al.

Foreign Policy Frustrated:  Dames and Moore, Claims Court Jurisdiction and a New Raid on the Treasury, 84 Columbia L. Rev. 317-85 (1984).

Review Essay:  Legal Scholarship and the ILO, 6 Comparative Labor Law 212-22 (1984).  Reviewing International Labour Conventions and National Law, by Virginia A. Leary.


Book Review, 90 American J. of International Law 693 (1996).  Reviewing International Law as Law of theUnited States, by Jordan J. Paust.

Book Review, 88 American J. of International Law 395-97 (1994).  Reviewing Arms Control by Committee:  Managing Negotiations with the Russians, by George Bunn.

Book Review, Nuclear Deterrence and International Law, 76 Iowa L. Rev. 881-87 (1991).  Reviewing Alternative Security:  Living Without Nuclear Deterrence, by Burns H. Weston.

Book Review, 83 American J. of International Law 200-04 (1989).  Reviewing Defending Civil Resistance under International Law, by Francis Anthony Boyle.

Soviet Violations of Arms Control Agreements:  A Legal Perspective, (Los Angeles:  Univ. of California, Center for International and Strategic Affairs, 1985).  CISA Working Paper No. 53.