Bibliography

Forthcoming

  • The Dynamic and Sometimes Uneasy Relationship Between Foreign Relations Law and International Law, in Encounters Between Foreign Relations Law and International Law -- Bridges and Boundaries (forthcoming)
  • History's Constitution: How Governmental Practices Define the Separation of Powers (Oxford University Press, forthcoming)

Works in Progress

Books

Articles & Essays

Issues Edited

Newspaper Articles and Commentary

  • Trump Provided a Road Map for Stealing an Election. Next Time Could Be Worse, Washington Post ()
  • Constitutional Issues Relating to the NATO Support Act, Lawfare () (with Jack Goldsmith)
  • Executive Agreements: International Lawmaking Without Accountability?, Lawfare () (cross-posted on Just Security) (with others)
  • The Death of Article II Treaties?, Lawfare () (cross-posted on Just Security) (with others)
  • OLC’s Meaningless 'National Interests' Test for the Legality of Presidential Uses of Force, Lawfare () (with Jack Goldsmith)
  • Judicial and Media Independence After the Next Attack, Lawfare () (with Neil Siegel)
  • The Brexit Decision and Its Implications for U.S. Debates Over Treaty Withdrawal, Lawfare () (with Laurence Helfer)
  • Don't Let Americans Sue Saudi Arabia, New York Times () (with Jack Goldsmith)
  • Constitutional Conventions, the Judicial Separation of Powers, and Justice Scalia's Replacement , Balkinization () (with Neil Siegel)
  • Symposium: Zivotofsky and the Pragmatic Foreign Relations Law, SCOTUSblog ()
  • Republicans Fail in an Attempt at a Civics Lecture to Iranian Leaders, The Conversation ()
  • Supreme Court Holds that Alien Tort Statute Does Not Apply to Conduct in Foreign Countries, 17 ASIL Insights (, at 18)
  • Terrorists, Pirates, and Drug Traffickers: Customary International Law and U.S. Criminal Prosecutions, Lawfare ()
  • Foreign Official Immunity in U.S. Courts Since Samantar, Lawfare ()
  • Rights Case Gone Wrong: A Ruling Imperils Firms and U.S. Diplomacy, Washington Post () (with Jack Goldsmith)
  • Foreign Officials and Sovereign Immunity in U.S.CourtsASIL Insights ()
  • Signing Statements: It's a President's Right, Boston Globe () (with Eric Posner)
  • U.S. Announces Intent Not to Ratify International Criminal Court TreatyASIL Insights ()
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