Articles and shorter notes

  1. with Sean Aughey, ‘Targeting and Detention in Non-International Armed Conflict: Serdar Mohammed and the Limits of Human Rights Convergence’, (2015) 91 International Law Studies 60–118
  2. ‘Untangling Extra-Territorial Jurisdiction from International Responsibility in Jaloud v. Netherlands: Old Problem, New Solutions?’, (2014) 53 Military Law and the Law of War Review 287–318
  3. ‘UN Peacekeeping Operations and Article 7 ARIO: The Missing Link’, (2012) 9 International Organizations Law Review 77–85
  4. ‘The Al-Jedda Case before the House of Lords’, (2009) 13 Journal of International Peacekeeping 181–196
  5. ‘The European Union Status of Forces Agreement (EU SOFA)’, (2008) 13 Journal of Conflict and Security Law 353–391
  6. ‘Status of Forces and Status of Mission Agreements under the ESDP: The EU’s Evolving Practice’, (2008) 19 European Journal of International Law 67–100
  7. ‘The Conclusion of International Agreements in the Context of the ESDP’, (2008) 57 International and Comparative Law Quarterly 53–86
  8. ‘Jurisdiction and International Responsibility in Peace Support Operations: The Behrami and Saramati Cases’, (2008) 8 Human Rights Law Review 151–170
  9. ‘The EU Status of Forces Agreement: Change and Continuity in the Law of Visiting Forces’, (2007) 46 Military Law and the Law of War Review 9–254
  10. ‘The Danish Cartoons Row: Re-Drawing the Limits of the Right to Freedom of Expression?’ (2005) 16 Finnish Yearbook of International Law 365–398

Chapters

  1. ‘Al-Jedda V. United Kingdom, App. No. 27021/08, European Court of Human Rights, 7 July 2011’, in Cedric Ryngaert, Ige F Dekker, Ramses A Wessel and Jan Wouters (eds), Judicial Decisions on the Law of International Organizations (OUP, 2016), 351–360
  2. ‘The Status of Armed Forces in Public International Law: Jurisdiction and Immunity’, in Alexander Orakhelashvili (ed), Research Handbook on Jurisdiction and Immunities in International Law (Edward Elgar, 2015), 319–371
  3. ‘The Status of Foreign Armed Forces Deployed in Post-Conflict Environments: A Search for Basic Principles’, in Carsten Stahn, Jennifer S. Easterday and Jens Iverson (eds), Jus Post Bellum (OUP, 2014), 467–501
  4. with Ramses A. Wessel, ‘International Responsibility for EU Military Operations: Finding the EU’s Place in the Global Accountability Regime’, in Bart van Vooren, Steven Blockmans and Jan Wouters (eds), The EU’s Role in Global Governance: The Legal Dimension (OUP, 2013), 126–141
  5. ‘Between Legalization and Organizational Development: Explaining the Evolution of EU Competence in the Field of Foreign Policy’, in Paul James Cardwell (ed), EU External Relations Law and Policy in the Post-Lisbon Era (TMC Asser Press, 2012), 59–95
  6. ‘Autonomy, Attribution and Accountability: Reflections on the Behrami Case’, in Richard Collins and Nigel D. White (eds), International Organisations and the Idea of Autonomy (London, Routledge, 2011), 257–277
  7. ‘Decisions on Operational Action and Union Positions: Back to the Future?’, in Herman-Josef Blanke and Stelio Mangiameli (eds), The European Union after Lisbon: Constitutional Basis, Economic Order and External Action (Springer, 2011), 533–550
  8. ‘The Relationship between Community Law and International Law after Kadi: Did the ECJ Slam the Door on Effective Multilateralism?’, in Matthew Happold (ed), International Law in a Multipolar World (London, Routledge, 2011), 303–322

Contributions to commentaries

  1. Article 28, Article 29 and Article 37, in Herman-Josef Blanke and Stelio Mangiameli (eds), Commentary on the Treaty on European Union (Berlin, Springer, 2013), 981-1016, 1017-1039 and 1131-1145
  2. Article 24, Article 25 and Article 26 TEU, in H. Smit, P. Herzog, C. Campbell and G. Zagel (eds), Smit and Herzog on The Law of the European Union (Release 13, July 2012) (New York, Matthew Bender, LexisNexis, 2012)

Other publications

  1. Written Evidence on ‘Derogations from the European Convention On Human Rights in Deployed Operations’, in House of Commons Defence Committee, ‘UK Armed Forces Personnel and the Legal Framework for Future Operations’, HC 931 (2014), Ev51–56
  2. with Ramses A. Wessel (eds), Human Rights in EU Crisis Management Operations: A Duty to Respect and to Protect?, CLEER Working Paper 2012/06
  3. ‘Normative Power Europe: Status of Forces Agreements in the Field of European Security and Defence Cooperation’, NATO Legal Gazette (July 2012) Issue 28, 2–12
  4. ‘The NATO SOFA at Sixty: Heading for Retirement or Has Life Just Begun?’, NATO Legal Gazette (April 2012), Issue 27, 2–8
  5. Written Evidence on ‘Parliamentary Control over the Armed Forces in Germany’, in House of Lords Constitution Committee, ‘Waging War: Parliament’s Role and Responsibility’, HL 236-II (2006), 218–223