Publications of Laureate Program Members

Anne Orford

Books

  • Anne Orford, International Law and the Politics of History (Cambridge University Press, 2019, forthcoming)

  • Kathryn Greenman, Anne Orford, Ntina Tzouvala and Anna Saunders (eds), Revolutions in International Law: The Legacies of 1917 (Cambridge University Press, 2019, forthcoming)

  • Anne Orford, Pensée Critique et Droit International (Pedone, 2018, in press)

  • Anne Orford and Florian Hoffmann (eds), The Oxford Handbook of the Theory of International Law (Oxford University Press, 2016)

 Book chapters

  • Anne Orford, ‘A Global Rule of Law’ in Martin Loughlin and Jens Meierhenrich (eds), The Cambridge Companion to the Global Rule of Law (Cambridge University Press, 2019, in press)

  • Anne Orford, ‘Critical Thinking, Modernist Method, and the History of International Law’ in Annabel Brett, Martti Koskenniemi, and Megan Donaldson (eds), History, Law, Politics: Thinking Through the International (Cambridge University Press, 2018, in press)

  • Anne Orford, ‘NATO, Regionalism, and the Responsibility to Protect’ in Ian Shapiro and Adam Tooze (eds), Charter of the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation together with Scholarly Commentaries and Essential Historical Documents (Yale University Press, 2018) 302

  • Anne Orford, ‘International Law and the Limits of History’ in Wouter Werner, Marieke de Hoon, and Alexis Galan (eds), The Law of International Lawyers: Reading Martti Koskenniemi (Cambridge University Press, 2017) 297

  • Anne Orford, ‘Theorizing Free Trade’ in Anne Orford and Florian Hoffmann (eds), The Oxford Handbook of the Theory of International Law (Oxford University Press, 2016) 701

  • Anne Orford and Florian Hoffmann, ‘Introduction: Theorizing International Law’ in Anne Orford and Florian Hoffmann (eds), The Oxford Handbook of the Theory of International Law (Oxford University Press, 2016) 1

  • Anne Orford, ‘Foreword: War, Policing, and International Intervention’ in Jan Bachmann, Colleen Bell, and Caroline Holmqvist (eds), War, Police, and Assemblages of Intervention (Routledge, 2015) xv

  • Anne Orford, ‘The Responsibility to Protect and the Limits of International Authority’ in Brett O’Bannon (ed), Reassessing the Responsibility to Protect (Routledge, 2015) 18

Journal articles

  • Anne Orford, ‘Food Security, Free Trade, and the Battle for the State’ (2015) 11 Journal of International Law and International Relations 1

  • Anne Orford, ‘Law, Economics, and the History of Free Trade: A Response’ (2015) 11 Journal of International Law and International Relations 155

  • Alexandra Kemmerer, with Martti Koskenniemi and Anne Orford, ‘“We do not need to always look to Westphalia . . .” A Conversation with Martti Koskenniemi and Anne Orford’ (2015) 17 Journal of the History of International Law 1, also published as ‘“Wir müssen nicht immer nur auf Westfalen schauen”: Ein Gespräch’ (2015) IX Zeitschrift für Ideengeschichte 31

Book reviews and curated blog posts

Ntina Tzouvala

Books

  • Ntina Tzouvala, Capitalism as Civilisation: A History of International Law (Cambridge University Press, 2019, forthcoming)

  • Kathryn Greenman, Anne Orford, Ntina Tzouvala and Anna Saunders (eds), Revolutions in International Law: The Legacies of 1917 (Cambridge University Press, 2019, forthcoming)

  • Daniel S Margolies, Umut Özsu, Mïa Pal, and Ntina Tzouvala (eds), The Extraterritoriality of Law: History, Theory, Politics (Routledge, 2018, forthcoming)

Journal Articles

  • Ntina Tzouvala, ‘“These Ancient Arenas of Racial Struggles”: International Law and the Balkans (1878-1949)’ [2018] European Journal of International Law (forthcoming)

  • Ntina Tzouvala, ‘An Impossible Promise? Regulating Land-grabbing and the Postcolonial State’ [2018] Leiden Journal of International Law (forthcoming)

  • Ntina Tzouvala, ‘The Ordoliberal Origins of Modern International Economic Law: Constructing Competition on a Global Scale’ [2018] European Yearbook of International Economic Law (forthcoming)

  • Ntina Tzouvala, ‘The Academic Debate about Mega-Regionals and International Lawyers: Legal-ism as Critique?’ (2018) 6(2) London Review of International Law 189

  • Ntina Tzouvala and Maj Grasten, ‘The Political Economy of International Transitional Administration: Regulating Food and Farming in Kosovo and Iraq’ (2018) 24(5) Contemporary Politics 1

  • Ntina Tzouvala, ‘Food for the Global Market: The Neoliberal Reconstruction of Agriculture in Occupied Iraq (2003-2004) and the Role of International Law’ (2017) 17(1) Global Jurist 1

  • Ntina Tzouvala and Aoife O’Donoghue, ‘TTIP: The Rise of Regional Trade Agreements and their Potential Implications for the Global South’ (2016) 8(2) Trade, Law and Development 30

Book Chapters

  • Ntina Tzouvala, ‘(Don’t) Strike Back: The Erosion of the Right to Strike between Continuity and Rupture’ in Honor Brabazon (ed), Neoliberal Legality: Understanding the Role of Law in the Neoliberal Project (Routledge, 2016)

  • Ntina Tzouvala, ‘Neoliberalism as Legalism: International Economic Law and the Rise of the Judiciary’ in Ben Golder and Daniel McLoughlin (eds), The Politics of Neoliberal Legality (Routledge, 2017)

  • Ntina Tzouvala, ‘Civilisation’ in Sahib Singh and Jean d’ Aspremont (eds), Fundamental Concepts for International Law: The Construction of a Discipline (Edward Elgar, 2018) (forthcoming)

  • Ntina Tzouvala, ‘The Future of Feminist International Legal Scholarship in a Neoliberal University: Doing Law Differently?’ in Susan Harris-Rimmer and Kate Ogg (eds), The Future of Feminist Engagement with International Law (Edward Elgar, 2018) (forthcoming)

  • Ntina Tzouvala, ‘“And the Laws are Rude, are Crude and Uncertain”: Extraterritoriality and the Emergence of Territorialised Statehood in Siam’ in Daniel S Margolies, Umut Özsu, Mïa Pal and Ntina Tzouvala (eds), The Extraterritoriality of Law: History, Theory, Politics (Routledge, 2018) (forthcoming)

Book Reviews

Consultation Papers

  • Konstantina Tzouvala and Tom Sparks, (2015) ‘Self-Defence as a Justification for UAV Strikes Overseas: The Legality of the Use of Force in Response to Terrorist Threats’, Written Evidence Submitted to the Parliamentary Joint Select Committee on Human Rights: inquiry into the UK Government's policy on the use of drones for targeted killing

  • Ntina Tzouvala and Aoife O’Donoghue, (2016) ‘The Implications of TPP for Developing States’, Evidence Submitted to the Australian Senate Foreign Affairs, Defence and Trade References Committee: Proposed Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) Agreement

Shorter Peer Reviewed Pieces

Fabia Fernandes Carvalho Veçoso

  • Fabia Fernandes Carvalho Veçoso, ‘Mestizo International Law: A Global Intellectual history 1842-1933, written by Arnulf Becker Lorca’ (2018) 20(1) Journal of the History of International Law 125

  • Fabia Fernandes Carvalho Veçoso, ‘History and Critique in International Law in Latin America: Revisiting Past Discussions on Legal Education in the Region’ [2017] (39) Revista Derecho Del Estado 91

  • Fabia Fernandes Carvalho Veçoso and Carlos Arturo Villagrán Sandoval, ‘A Human Rights’ Tale of Competing Narratives’ (2017) 8(2) Revista Direito e Práxis 1603

Luís Paulo Bogliolo

Marnie Lloydd

  • Marnie Lloydd, ‘Persistent Tensions? International Legal Perspectives on ‘Other’ Foreign Fighters’ [2018] German Yearbook of International Law (forthcoming)

  • Marnie Lloydd, ‘Foreign Fighters Under International Law and Beyond (Book Review)’ (2017) 18(1) Melbourne Journal of International Law 95

  • Marnie Lloydd, ‘Retrieving Neutrality Law to Consider ‘Other’ Foreign Fighters Under International Law’ (Paper presented at European Society of International Law (ESIL) 2017 13th Annual Conference & Research Forum, Granada, September 29, 2017)

Sebastián Machado Ramírez

  • Sebastián Machado, ‘Existencia sin Esencia, Objetividad sin Objeto: En Defensa del Pragmatismo en los Procesos de Construcción de Paz’ in Juan Carlos Forero (ed), Justicia Transicional en Colombia: Un Nuevo Camino Hacia la Paz (Tirant lo Blanch, 2018)

  • Sebastián Machado, ‘Colombia after the Plebiscite — Prospects for Peace’, Blog of the IACL (23 November 2016)

Anna Saunders

  • Kathryn Greenman, Anne Orford, Ntina Tzouvala and Anna Saunders (eds), Revolutions in International Law: The Legacies of 1917 (Cambridge University Press, 2019, forthcoming)

  • Sundhya Pahuja and Anna Saunders, ‘Rival Worlds and the place of the Corporation in International Law’ in Jochen von Bernstorff and Philipp Dann (eds), The Battle for International Law in the Decolonization Era (Oxford University Press, 2018, forthcoming)