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David Fidler
James Louis Calamaras Professor of Law
  1. GLOBAL HEALTH LAW (with Lawrence O. Gostin), Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, (Forthcoming).
  2. "Clean Up the Abuses": Building a Rule-of-Law Culture for Major League Baseball's Operations in Latin America (with Arturo Marcano), in SPORT AND LAW: HISTORICAL AND CULTURAL INTERSECTIONS (Samuel O. Regalado and Sarah Fields, Eds.). Little Rock: University of Arkansas Press, 2014.
  3. Cyberattacks and International Human Rights Law, in WEAPONS UNDER INTERNATIONAL HUMAN RIGHTS LAW (Stuart Casey-Maslen, Ed.). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2014.
  4. Police in Counterinsurgency: The Challenge of Comprehensive Reformation in POLICING INSURGENCIES: COPS AS COUNTERINSURGENTS (C. Christine Fair and Sumit Ganguly, Eds.). New Delhi: Oxford University Press, 2014.
  5. Criminal Law and Global Health Governance, in CRIMINAL LAW, PHILOSOPHY AND PUBLIC HEALTH PRACTICE (A.M. Viens, et. al., Eds.). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2013.
  6. Economic Cyber Espionage and International Law: Controversies Involving Government Acquisition of Trade Secrets through Cyber Technologies, 17 AMERICAN SOCIETY OF INTERNATIONAL LAW INSIGHTS (March 20, 2013).
  7. Health Diplomacy, in OXFORD HANDBOOK OF MODERN DIPLOMACY (Andrew F. Cooper, et. al., Eds.). Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2013.
  8. Internet Governance and International Law: The Controversy Concerning Revision of the International Telecommunication Regulations, 17 AMERICAN SOCIETY OF INTERNATIONAL LAW INSIGHTS (Feb. 7, 2013).
  9. Mind the Gap: Explaining Problems with International Law Where Cybersecurity and Critical Infrastructure Protection Meet, 12 CIP REPORT 2 (July, 2013). [Journal website]
  10. The Path to Less Lethal and Destructive War?: Technological and Doctrinal Developments and International Humanitarian Law after Iraq and Afghanistan, in INTERNATIONAL HUMANITARIAN LAW AND THE CHANGING TECHNOLOGY OF WAR (Dan Saxon, Ed.). Leiden: Marinus Nijhoff Publishers, 2013.
  11. Asia and Global Health Governance: Power, Principles, and Practice, in ASIA'S ROLE IN GOVERNING GLOBAL HEALTH (Kelley Lee, Ed.). Abingdon: Routledge, 2012.
  12. Ballplayer: Pelotero -- Major League Baseball, Human Rights, and the Globalization of Baseball, 16 AMERICAN SOCIETY OF INTERNATIONAL LAW INSIGHTS (Aug. 22, 2012).
  13. Counterinsurgency in India (with Sumit Ganguly), in THE ROUTLEDGE HANDBOOK OF INSURGENCY AND COUNTERINSURGENCY (Paul B. Rich and Isabelle Duyvesteyn, Eds.). London: Routledge, 2012.
  14. Inter Arma Silent Leges Redux?: Law of Armed Conflict and Cyber-Conflict in CYBERSPACE AND NATIONAL SECURITY: THREATS, OPPORTUNITIES, AND POWER IN A VIRTUAL WORLD (Derek S. Reveron, Ed.). Washington, D.C.: Georgetown University Press, 2012.
  15. The Internet, Human Rights, and U.S. Foreign Policy: The Global Online Freedom Act of 2012, 16 AMERICAN SOCIETY OF INTERNATIONAL LAW INSIGHTS (May 24, 2012).
  16. Recent Developments and Revelations Concerning Cybersecurity and Cyberspace: Implications for International Law, AMERICAN SOCIETY OF INTERNATIONAL LAW INSIGHTS (June 20, 2012).
  17. Risky Research and Human Health: The Influenza H5N1 Research Controversy and International Law, 16 AMERICAN SOCIETY OF INTERNATIONAL LAW INSIGHTS (Jan. 19, 2012).
  18. Asian Security, Chinese and Indian Power and Nuclear Non-Proliferation (with Sumit Ganguly), in IMAGINING ASIA IN 2030: TRENDS, SCENARIOS AND ALTERNATIVES (A. Lele and N. Goswami, Eds.). New Delhi: Academic Foundation, 2011.
  19. Global Baseball: Latin America (with Arturo J. Marcano) in CAMBRIDGE COMPANION TO BASEBALL (L. Cassuto and S. Partridge, Eds.). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2011.
  20. International Law and the E. coli Outbreaks in Europe, 15 AMERICAN SOCIETY OF INTERNATIONAL LAW INSIGHTS (June 6, 2011).
  21. International Law and the Future of Cyberspace: The Obama Administration's International Strategy for Cyberspace, 15 AMERICAN SOCIETY OF INTERNATIONAL LAW INSIGHTS (June 8, 2011).
  22. Military Forces, Global Health, and the International Health Regulations (2005), 1 JOURNAL OF HEALTHCARE, SCIENCE AND THE HUMANITIES 117 (2011). Reprinted in 84 INTERNATIONAL REVIEW OF THE ARMED FORCES MEDICAL SERVICES 30 (2011).
  23. Navigating the Global Health Terrain: Mapping Global Health Diplomacy, 6 ASIAN JOURNAL OF WTO & INTERNATIONAL HEALTH LAW AND POLICY 1 (2011). [SSRN] [HeinOnline]
  24. Outside the Wire: American Exceptionalism and Counterinsurgency, 37 WILLIAM MITCHELL LAW REVIEW 5251 (2011). [HeinOnline]
  25. The WHO Pandemic Influenza Preparedness Framework: A Milestone in Global Governance for Health (with L.O. Gostin), 306(2) JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN MEDICAL ASSOCIATION 200 (July 13, 2011). [PDF]
  26. The Impact of International Trade and Investment Rules on the Ability of Governments to Implement Interventions to Address Obesity: A Case Study from the European Charter on Counteracting Obesity, in TRADE, FOOD, DIET AND HEALTH: PERSPECTIVES AND POLICY OPTIONS (C. Hawkes, C. Blouin, S. Henson, N. Drager, L. Dubé, Eds.). Oxford: Wiley Blackwell, 2010.
  27. India and Eastphalia (with Sumit Ganguly), 17 INDIANA JOURNAL OF GLOBAL LEGAL STUDIES 147 (2010). [HeinOnline]
  28. Introduction--Eastphalia Emerging?: Asia, International Law, and Global Governance, 17 INDIANA JOURNAL OF GLOBAL LEGAL STUDIES 1 (2010). [HeinOnline]
  29. Negotiating Equitable Access to Influenza Vaccines: Global Health Diplomacy and the Controversies Surrounding Avian Influenza H5N1 and Pandemic Influenza H1N1, 7 PLoS MEDICINE e10000247 (May 2010). [Journal website]
  30. Strengthening the International Health Regulations: Lessons from the H1N1 Pandemic (with K. Wilson and J.S. Brownstein), 25 HEALTH POLICY AND PLANNING 505 (2010). [PDF]
  31. After the Revolution: Global Health Politics in a Time of Economic Crisis and Threatening Future Trends, 2(2) GLOBAL HEALTH GOVERNANCE (2009). [PDF]
  32. Eastphalia Rising? Asian Influence and the Fate of Human Security (with Sung Won Kim and Sumit Ganguly), 26 WORLD POLICY JOURNAL 53 (2009).
  33. Establishing Public Health Security in a Postwar Iraq: Constitutional Obstacles and Lessons for Other Federalizing States (with Kumanan Wilson, et. al.) 34 JOURNAL OF HEALTH POLITICS, POLICY AND LAW 381 (2009). [ Journal website]
  34. H1N1 After Action Review: Learning from the Unexpected, the Success, and the Fear, 4 FUTURE MICROBIOLOGY 767 (2009).
  35. Health in Foreign Policy: An Analytical Overview, 15 CANADIAN FOREIGN POLICY JOURNAL 11 (2009).
  36. INDIA AND COUNTERINSURGENCY: LESSONS LEARNED (with Sumit Ganguly, Eds.). New York: Routledge, 2009.
  37. Indian Doctrine on Sub-Conventional Operations: Reflections from a U.S. Counterinsurgency Perspective, in INDIA AND COUNTERINSURGENCY: LESSONS LEARNED (with Sumit Ganguly, Eds.). New York: Routledge, 2009.
  38. Managing the Pursuit of Health and Wealth: The Key Challenges (with Nick Drager and Kelley Lee), 373 LANCET 325 (Jan. 22, 2009).
  39. RESPONDING TO NATIONAL SECURITY LETTERS, A PRACTICAL GUIDE FOR LEGAL COUNSEL (with Sarah Jane Hughes). Chicago: American Bar Association, 2009.
  40. Singh's Shrewd Move: A Shift on India's Nuclear Policy (with Sumit Ganguly), 154 NEWSWEEK (December 14, 2009).
  41. The Swine Flu Outbreak and International Law, 13 AMERICAN SOCIETY OF INTERNATIONAL LAW INSIGHTS (April 27, 2009).
  42. Assessing Laws and Legal Authorities for Public Health Emergency Preparedness (with Brian Kamoie, et al.), 36 JOURNAL OF LAW, MEDICINE, AND ETHICS 23 (Supp. 2008).
  43. BIOSECURITY IN THE GLOBAL AGE: BIOLOGICAL WEAPONS, PUBLIC HEALTH, AND THE RULE OF LAW (with Lawrence O. Gostin). Palo Alto: Stanford University Press, 2008.
  44. Gender Politics, Gender Paradox: Establishing and Implementing Global Standards for the Protection and Promotion of Women's Health, 22 EMORY INTERNATIONAL LAW REVIEW 147 (2008). [HeinOnline]
  45. Global Health Jurisprudence: A Time of Reckoning, 96 GEORGETOWN LAW JOURNAL 393 (2008).
  46. Improving Laws and Legal Authorities for Public Health Emergency Preparedness (with Brian Kamoie, et al.), 36 JOURNAL OF LAW, MEDICINE, AND ETHICS 47 (Supp. 2008).
  47. Influenza Virus Samples, International Law, and Global Health Diplomacy, 14 Emerging Infectious Diseases (Jan. 2008). 
  48. Introductory Note to the Agreement between the Republic of Poland and the United States of America Concerning the Deployment of Ground-Based Ballistic Missile Defense Interceptors in the Territory of the Republic of Poland, 47 INTERNATIONAL LEGAL MATERIALS 1042 (2008). [HeinOnline]
  49. Navigating the Global Health Terrain: Preliminary Considerations on Mapping Global Health Diplomacy, (World Health Organization Globalization, Trade, and Health Working Paper Series, 2008).
  50. Pathways for Global Health Diplomacy: Perspectives on Health in Foreign Policy, (World Health Organization Globalization, Trade, and Health Working Paper Series, 2008).
  51. Sisyphus in the Microbial World Revisited: Global Governance, Antimicrobial Strategies, and Humanity’s Health, in DISINFECTION AND DECONTAMINATION: PRINCIPLES, APPLICATIONS, AND OTHER ISSUES (Gurusamy Manivannan, Ed.). Boca Raton: CRC Press, 2008.
  52. Strategies for Implementing the New International Health Regulations in Federal Countries (with Kumanan Wilson, et al.), 86 BULLETIN ON THE WORLD HEALTH ORGANIZATION 215 (2008). [Journal Site]
  53. A Theory of Open-Source Anarchy, 15 INDIANA JOURNAL OF GLOBAL LEGAL STUDIES 259 (2008). [HeinOnline]
  54. World Health Organization, in INTERNATIONAL ENCYCLOPEDIA OF THE SOCIAL SCIENCES, VOL 9, 2nd ed. (William A. Darity, Ed.). Detroit: MacMillan Reference, 2008.
  55. A World Led by India and China: What Would an "Eastphalian" Geopolitical Order Look Like? (with Sung Won Kim and Sumit Ganguly), FORBES (November 14, 2008).
  56. Achieving Coherence in Anarchy: Foreign Policy, Trade, and Health, in TRADE AND HEALTH: POLICY COHERENCE FOR HUMAN DEVELOPMENT (Chantal Blouin and Nick Drager, Eds.). Montreal: McGill University Press, 2007.
  57. Book Review. Drezner, All Politics is Global: Explaining International Regulatory Regimes, 5 PERSPECTIVES ON POLITICS 860 (2007).
  58. Architecture amidst Anarchy: Global Health’s Quest for Governance, 1 GLOBAL HEALTH GOVERNANCE (2007). [Journal Website]
  59. Avian and Pandemic Influenza: Progress and Problems with Global Health Governance (with Kelley Lee), 2 GLOBAL PUBLIC HEALTH 215 (2007).
  60. Biosecurity: Friend or For for Public Health Governance? in MEDICINE AT THE BORDER: DISEASE, GLOBALIZATION AND SECURITY, 1850 TO THE PRESENT (Alison Bashford, Ed.). Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2007.
  61. Biosecurity under the Rule of Law (with Lawrence O. Gostin), 38 CASE WESTERN RESERVE JOURNAL OF INTERNATIONAL LAW 437 (2007). [HeinOnline]
  62. The Chemical Weapons Convention After Ten Years: Successes and Future Challenges, 11 AMERICAN SOCIETY OF INTERNATIONAL LAW INSIGHTS (April 27, 2007).
  63. Counterinsurgency, Rule of Law, Operations, and International Law, 11 AMERICAN SOCIETY OF INTERNATIONAL LAW INSIGHTS (Sept. 19, 2007).
  64. Extensively Drug-Resistant Tuberculosis (XDR-TB): An Isolation Order, Public Health Powers, and a Global Crisis (with Howard Markel and Lawrence O. Gostin), 298 JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN MEDICAL ASSOCIATION 83 (2007).
  65. Fighting Baseball Doping in Latin America: A Critical Analysis of Major League Baseball’s Drug Prevention and Treatment Program in the Dominican Republic and Venezeula (with Arturo J. Marcano Guevara), 15 UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI INTERNATIONAL LAW REVIEW 107 (2007). [HeinOnline]
  66. Foreign Policy, Trade, and Health: At the Cutting Edge of Global Health Diplomacy (with Nick Drager), 85 BULLETIN OF THE WORLD HEALTH ORGANIZATION 162 (2007). [Journal Website]
  67. Governing Catastrophes: Security, Health, and Humanitarian Assistance, 89 INTERNATIONAL REVIEW OF THE RED CROSS 247 (2007).
  68. Incapacitating Chemical and Biochemical Weapons and Law Enforcement under the Chemical Weapons Convention, in INCAPACITATING BIOCHEMICAL WEAPONS: PROMISE OR PERIL? (Alan M. Pearson, et al., Eds.). Lanham: Lexington Books, 2007.
  69. Indonesia’s Decision to Withhold Influenza Virus Samples from the World Health Organization: Implications for International Law, 11 AMERICAN SOCIETY OF INTERNATIONAL LAW INSIGHTS (Feb. 28, 2007).
  70. International Considerations (with Martin S. Cetron), in LAW IN PUBLIC HEALTH PRACTICE, 2nd ed. (Richard A. Goodman, et al., Eds.). Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2007.
  71. International Convention for the Suppression of Acts of Nuclear Terrorism Enters into Force, 11 AMERICAN SOCIETY OF INTERNATIONAL LAW INSIGHTS (July 5, 2007).
  72. Outcome of the Sixth Review Conference of the Biological Weapons Convention, November-December 2006, 11 AMERICAN SOCIETY OF INTERNATIONAL LAW INSIGHTS (Feb. 23, 2007).
  73. A Pathology of Public Health Securitism: Approaching Pandemics as Security Threats, in GOVERNING GLOBAL HEALTH: CHALLENGE, RESPONSE, INNOVATION (Andrew F. Cooper, et al., Eds.). Aldershot: Ashgate Publishers, 2007.
  74. Planning for Global Resource Triage in the Face of a Pandemic (with Daniel J. Barnett, et al.), BRITISH MEDICAL JOURNAL (Online), May 15, 2007. Shortened version published as Global Triage of Resources Needed, 334 BRITISH MEDICAL JOURNAL 1071 (2007).
  75. Reflections on the Revolution in Health and Foreign Policy, 85 BULLETIN OF THE WORLD HEALTH ORGANIZATION 243 (2007). [Journal Website]
  76. Sharing H5N1 Viruses to Stop a Global Influenza Pandemic (with Laurie Garrett), PLoS MEDICINE 4(11): e330 (2007). [Journal Website]
  77. Through the Quaratine Looking Glass: Drug-Resistant Tuberculosis and Public Health Governance, Law, and Ethics (with Lawrence O. Gostin and Howard Markel), 35 JOURNAL OF LAW, MEDICINE, AND ETHICS 616 (2007).
  78. Trade in Health Services and GATS (with Richard Smith, et al.), in A HANDBOOK OF INTERNATIONAL TRADE IN SERVICES (Aasitya Mattoo, et al., Eds.). Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2007.
  79. World Health Organization, in INTERNATIONAL ENCYCLOPEDIA OF THE SOCIAL SCIENCES, 2nd ed. (William A. Darity, Ed.) Detroit: Macmillan Reference, 2007.
  80. XDR Tuberculosis, the New International Health Regulations, and Human Rights (with Philippe Calain), 1 GLOBAL HEALTH GOVERNANCE (2007).
  81. Calibrating the Wealth and Health of Nations: Trade, Health, and Foreign Policy After the WTO's First Decade, 1 ASIAN JOURNAL OF THE WTO AND INTERNATIONAL HEALTH LAW AND POLICY 53 (2006).
  82. From Biological Arms Control to Biosecurity Governance: What Role for the BWC?, CENTER FOR ARMS CONTROL AND NON-PROLIFERATION BIOLOGICAL AND CHEMICAL WEAPONS CONTROL PROGRAM, November 2006.
  83. Global Public Health Surveillance Under New International Health Regulations (with Michael Baker), 12 EMERGING INFECTIOUS DISEASES 1058 (2006).
  84. Health and Foreign Policy (with Nick Drager), 84 BULLETIN OF THE WORLD HEALTH ORGANIZATION 687 (2006). [Journal Website]
  85. Health as Foreign Policy: Harnessing Globalization for Health, 21 HEALTH PROMOTION INTERNATIONAL 51 (2006).
  86. Health, Human Security, and the Responsibility to Protect, HUMAN SECURITY BULLETIN (2006).
  87. International Law, Infectious Diseases, and Globalization, in THE IMPACT OF GLOBALIZATION ON INFECTIOUS DISEASE EMERGENCE AND CONTROL: EXPLORING THE CONSEQUENCES AND OPPORTUNITIES (S. Knobler, et al., Eds.). Washington, DC: The National Academies Press, 2006.
  88. International Legal Considerations for the Quarantine Station Expansion, in QUARANTINE STATIONS AT PORTS OF ENTRY: PROTECTING THE PUBLIC’S HEALTH (L.B. Sivitz, et al., Eds.). Washington, DC: National Academies Press, 2006.
  89. LEGAL REVIEW OF THE GENERAL AGREEMENT ON TRADE IN SERVICES (GATS) FROM A HEALTH POLICY PERSPECTIVE (with Carlos Correa and Obijiofor Aginam). Geneva: World Health Organization, 2006.
  90. Making Commitments in Health Services Under the GATS: Legal Dimensions (with Nick Drager, et al.), in INTERNATIONAL TRADE IN HEALTH SERVICES AND THE GATS: CURRENT ISSUES AND DEBATES. Washington, DC: World Bank, 2006.
  91. The New International Health Regulations: An Historic Development for International Law and Public Health (with Lawrence O. Gostin), 34 JOURNAL OF LAW, MEDICINE & ETHICS 85 (2006).
  92. The Asian Century: Implications for International Law, 9 SINGAPORE YEARBOOK OF INTERNATIONAL LAW 19 (2005).
  93. The Continuing Global Spread of Avian Influenza A (H5N1) and Its Implications for International Law, 9 AMERICAN SOCIETY OF INTERNATIONAL LAW INSIGHTS (Nov. 7, 2005).
  94. Disaster Relief and Governance After the Indian Ocean Tsunami: What Role for International Law?, 6 MELBOURNE JOURNAL OF INTERNATIONAL LAW 458 (2005).
  95. From International Sanitary Conventions to Global Health Security: The New International Health Regulations, 4 CHINESE JOURNAL OF INTERNATIONAL LAW 325 (2005).
  96. HEALTH AND FOREIGN POLICY: A CONCEPTUAL OVERVIEW. London: The Nuffield Trust, 2005.
  97. Health as Foreign Policy: Between Principle and Power, 6 WHITEHEAD JOURNAL OF DIPLOMACY AND INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS 179 (Summer/Fall 2005).
  98. Health, Globalization, and Governance: An Introduction to Public Health’s “New World Order,” in GLOBAL CHANGE AND HEALTH (Jeff Collin and Kelley Lee, Eds.). London: Open University Press, 2005.
  99. The Indian Ocean Tsunami and International Law, 9 AMERICAN SOCIETY OF INTERNATIONAL LAW INSIGHTS (Jan. 18, 2005). Reprinted in 2 INTERNATIONAL FISHERIES LAW AND POLICY REVIEW 26 (2005).
  100. LEGAL REVIEW OF THE GENERAL AGREEMENT ON TRADE IN SERVICES (GATS) FROM A HEALTH POLICY PERSPECTIVE (with Carlos Correa and Obijiofor Aginam). London: London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, 2005.
  101. The Meaning of Moscow: “Non-Lethal” Weapons and International Law in the Early 21st Century, 87 INTERNATIONAL REVIEW OF THE RED CROSS 525 (2005).
  102. REPORT OF THE WORKING GROUP ON STATE SECURITY AND TRANSNATIONAL THREATS (with Peter Bergen, et al.). Princeton: Princeton Project on National Security, 2005.
  103. Transnational Threats to National Security: Daniel Deudney’s Case Against Linking Environmental Degradation and National Security, PRINCETON PROJECT ON NATIONAL SECURITY PAPERS, 2005.
  104. The UN and the Responsibility to Practice Public Health, 2 JOURNAL OF INTERNATIONAL LAW & INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS 41 (2005).
  105. The Use of White Phosphorus Munitions by U.S. Military Forces in Iraq, 9 AMERICAN SOCIETY OF INTERNATIONAL LAW INSIGHTS (Dec. 6, 2005).
  106. Baseball’s Exploitation of Latin Talent, NORTH AMERICAN CONGRESS OF LATIN AMERICA REPORT ON THE AMERICAS (Mar./Apr. 2004).
  107. Caught Between Paradise and Power: Public Health, Pathogenic Threats, and the Axis of Illness, 35 MCGEORGE LAW REVIEW 45 (2004). [HeinOnline]
  108. Constitutional Outlines of Public Health’s “New World Order”, 77 TEMPLE LAW REVIEW 247 (2004). [HeinOnline]
  109. Fighting the Axis of Illness: HIV/AIDS, Human Rights, and U.S. Foreign Policy, 17 HARVARD HUMAN RIGHTS JOURNAL 99 (2004). [HeinOnline]
  110. Book Review. From Anarchy to Allottopia, Allott, The Health of Nations: Society and Law Beyond the State, 36 GEORGE WASHINGTON INTERNATIONAL LAW REVIEW 495 (2004). [HeinOnline]
  111. GATS and Health-Related Services: Managing Liberalization of Trade in Services from a Health Policy Perspective (with Nick Drager), TRADE AND HEALTH NOTES, Geneva: World Health Organization, 2004.
  112. Germs, Governance, and Global Public Health in the Wake of SARS, 113 JOURNAL OF CLINICAL INVESTIGATION 799 (2004).
  113. Germs, Norms, and Power: Global Health’s Political Revolution, LAW, SOCIAL JUSTICE & GLOBAL DEVELOPMENT JOURNAL 2004 (1).
  114. Global Outbreak of Avian Influenza A (H5N1) and International Law, 8 AMERICAN SOCIETY OF INTERNATIONAL LAW INSIGHTS (Jan. 25, 2004).
  115. Influenza Vaccine Supply and International Law, 8 AMERICAN SOCIETY OF INTERNATIONAL LAW INSIGHTS (Oct. 7, 2004).
  116. International Law and Weapons of Mass Destruction: End of the Arms Control Approach?, 14 DUKE JOURNAL OF COMPARATIVE & INTERNATIONAL LAW 39 (2004). [HeinOnline] Reprinted in ARMS CONTROL LAW: THE INTERNATIONAL LAW OF PEACE AND SECURITY (D. H. Joyner, Ed.). London: Ashgate, 2012.
  117. LEGAL REVIEW OF THE GENERAL AGREEMENT ON TRADE IN SERVICES (GATS) FROM A HEALTH POLICY PERSPECTIVE (with Carlos Correa and Obijifor Aginam). Geneva: World Health Organization, 2004.
  118. Revision of the World Health Organization’s International Health Regulations, 8 AMERICAN SOCIETY OF INTERNATIONAL LAW INSIGHTS (April 16, 2004).
  119. SARS, GOVERNANCE AND THE GLOBALIZATION OF DISEASE. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2004.
  120. Developments involving SARS, International Law, and Infectious Disease Control at the Fifty-Sixth Meeting of the World Health Assembly, 8 AMERICAN SOCIETY OF INTERNATIONAL LAW INSIGHTS (June 13, 2003).
  121. Disease and Globalized Anarchy: Theoretical Perspectives on the Pursuit of Global Health, 1 SOCIAL THEORY & HEALTH 21 (2003).
  122. Emerging Trends in International Law Concerning Global Infectious Disease Control, 9 EMERGING INFECTIOUS DISEASES 285 (2003).
  123. International Considerations (with Tony D. Perez and Martin S. Cetron), in LAW IN PUBLIC HEALTH PRACTICE (Richard A. Goodman, et al., Eds.). Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2003.
  124. International Law, in GLOBAL PUBLIC GOODS FOR HEALTH: HEALTH ECONOMIC AND PUBLIC HEALTH PERSPECTIVES (R. Smith, et al., Eds.). Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2003.
  125. “Non-Lethal” Chemical Weapons, 20 ISSUES IN SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY 9 (2003).
  126. Public Health and National Security in the Global Age: Infectious Diseases, Bioterrorism, and Realpolitik, 35 GEORGE WASHINGTON INTERNATIONAL LAW REVIEW 787 (2003). [HeinOnline]
  127. Racism or Realpolitik? U.S. Foreign Policy and the HIV/AIDS Catastrophe in Sub-Saharan Africa, 7 JOURNAL OF GENDER, RACE AND JUSTICE 97 (2003). [HeinOnline]
  128. Revolt Against or From Within the West? TWAIL, the Developing World, and the Future Direction of International Law, 2 CHINESE JOURNAL OF INTERNATIONAL LAW 29 (2003).
  129. SARS and International Law, 8 AMERICAN SOCIETY OF INTERNATIONAL LAW INSIGHTS (April 5, 2003).
  130. SARS: Political Pathology of the First Post-Westphalian Pathogen, 31 JOURNAL OF LAW, MEDICINE & ETHICS 485 (2003).
  131. Weapons of Mass Destruction and International Law, 8 AMERICAN SOCIETY OF INTERNATIONAL LAW INSIGHTS (Feb. 11, 2003).
  132. World Health Organization’s Framework Convention for Tobacco Control, 8 AMERICAN SOCIETY OF INTERNATIONAL LAW INSIGHTS (March 28, 2003).
  133. Antimicrobial Resistance: A Challenge for Global Health Governance, in GLOBALISATION AND HEALTH: CASE STUDIES (Kelley Lee, Ed.). London: Palgrave Macmillan, 2002.
  134. Bioterrorism, Public Health, and International Law, 3 CHICAGO JOURNAL OF INTERNATIONAL LAW 7 (2002). Excerpt reprinted in INTERNATIONAL LAW TODAY (A. D'Amato and J. Abbassi, Eds.). St. Paul, MN: Thomson/West Publishing, 2006.
  135. Global Health Governance: Overview of the Role of International Law in Protecting and Promoting Global Public Health (World Health Organization Discussion Paper No 3. on Global Health Governance, May 2002).
  136. A Globalized Theory of Public Health Law, 30 JOURNAL OF LAW, MEDICINE & ETHICS 150 (2002). Reprinted in HEALTH, RIGHTS, AND GLOBALISATION (B. Bennet, Ed.). Aldershot: Ashgate Publishing, 2005.
  137. International Legal Perspectives on the Sept. 11 Attacks on the United States, INDIANA UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF LAW (BLOOMINGTON) BILL OF PARTICULARS 19 (2002).
  138. Introduction to Written Symposium on Public Health and International Law, 3 CHICAGO JOURNAL OF INTERNATIONAL LAW 1 (2002).
  139. Legal Challenges for the Public Health Sector, in MANAGING TERRORISM’S CONSEQUENCES: LEGAL ISSUES (Barry Kellman, Ed.). Oklahoma City: Memorial Institute for the Prevention of Terrorism, 2002.
  140. “Non-Lethal” Weapons and International Law: Three Perspectives on the Future, 17 MEDICINE, CONFLICT, AND SURVIVAL 194 (2001). Reprinted in THE FUTURE OF NON-LETHAL WEAPONS: TECHNOLOGIES, OPERATIONS, ETHICS, AND LAW. London: Frank Cass, 2002.
  141. Palestinian Economic Development in the Era of Globalization (with Fadi G. Harb), in PALESTINE AND INTERNATIONAL LAW: ESSAYS ON POLITICS AND ECONOMICS (Sanford Silverburg, Ed.). New York: McFarland & Co. Publishing, 2002.
  142. STEALING LIVES: THE GLOBALIZATION OF BASEBALL AND THE TRAGIC STORY OF ALEXIS QUIROZ (with Arturo J. Marcano Guevara). Bloomington, IN: Indiana University Press, 2002.
  143. Book Review. Gostin on Public Health Law, Gostin, Public Health Law: Power, Duty, Restraint, 1 YALE JOURNAL OF HEALTH POLICY, LAW, AND ETHICS 303 (2001).
  144. Challenges to Humanity’s Health: The Contributions of International Environmental Law to National and Global Public Health, 31 ENVIRONMENTAL LAW REPORTER 10048 (2001).
  145. “Geographical Morality” Revisited: International Relations, International Law, and the Controversy Over Placebo-Controlled HIV Clinical Trials in Developing Countries, 42 HARVARD INTERNATIONAL LAW JOURNAL 299 (2001).
  146. The Globalization of Public Health: The First 100 Years of International Health Diplomacy, 79 BULLETIN OF THE WORLD HEALTH ORGANIZATION 842 (2001).
  147. International Law and Global Infectious Disease Control. World Heath Organization Commission on Macroeconomics and Health, Working Group 2 Paper No. 18, July 2001.
  148. Legal Issues Surrounding Public Health Emergencies, 116 PUBLIC HEALTH REPORTS (SUPP. 2) 79 (2001).
  149. The Malevolent Use of Microbes and the Rule of Law: Legal Challenges Presented by Bioterrorism, 33 CLINICAL INFECTIOUS DISEASES 686 (2001).
  150. Public Health and International Law: The Impact of Infectious Diseases on the Formation of International Legal Regimes, 1800-2000, in PLAGUES AND POLITICS: INFECTIOUS DISEASE AND INTERNATIONAL POLICY (Andrew Price-Smith, Ed.). London: Macmillan, 2001.
  151. The Return of “Microbialpolitik,” FOREIGN POLICY (Jan/Feb. 2001), at 80.
  152. The Return of the Standard of Civilization, 2 CHICAGO JOURNAL OF INTERNATIONAL LAW 137 (2001).
  153. Baseball in the Global Era: Legal, and Cultural Perspectives (Introduction), 8 INDIANA JOURNAL OF GLOBAL LEGAL STUDIES 1 (2000).
  154. International Law and Infectious Disease, in ENCYCLOPEDIA OF MICROBIOLOGY, Vol 2, 2nd Ed. (Joshua Lederberg, Ed.). San Diego: Academic Press, 2000.
  155. INTERNATIONAL LAW AND PUBLIC HEALTH: MATERIALS ON AND ANALYSIS OF GLOBAL HEALTH JURISPRUDENCE. Ardsley, NY: Transnational Publishers, 2000.
  156. A Kinder, Gentler System of Capitulations? International Law, Structural Adjustment Policies, and the Standard of Liberal, Globalized Civilization, 35 TEXAS INTERNATIONAL LAW JOURNAL 387 (2000).
  157. The Potential Role for Transnational Civil Society in Health Development in the Americas: Lessons from the NGO Revolution in International Law and Relations, in HEALTH & HUMAN DEVELOPMENT IN THE NEW GLOBAL ECONOMY: THE CONTRIBUTIONS AND PERSPECTIVES OF CIVIL SOCIETY IN THE AMERICAS (Alexandra Bambas, et al., Eds.). Washington, DC: Pan American Health Organization, 2000.
  158. The Role of International Law in the Control of Emerging Infectious Diseases, 95 BULLETIN DE L’INSTITUT PASTEUR 57 (1997). Reprinted in THE POLITICS OF EMERGING AND RESURGENT INFECTIOUS DISEASES (Jim Whitman, Ed.). New York: St. Martin’s Press, 2000.
  159. Sisyphus in the Microbial World: Antimicrobial Strategies and Humanity’s Health, in ANTI-MICROBIAL/ANTI-INFECTIVE MATERIALS: PRINCIPLES, APPLICATIONS AND DEVICES (Samuel P. Sawan and Gurusamy Manivannan, Eds.). Lancaster, PA: Technomic Publishing 2000.
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