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   Legal

“U.S. Courts And The International Law Of Expropriation: Toward A New Model For Breach of Contract,” 80 University of Southern California Law Review 1 (2006) 
 

“Regulatory Takings Under International Law: A Brief Legal and Practical Guide,” International Political Risk Management (World Bank Group)
 

“A New Model of Regulatory Takings Under International Law” (forthcoming)
 

“A Comprehensive Market Strategy for Tort Reform,” 12 Yale Journal on Regulation 435 (1995)  
 

“Creating a Market for Tort Claims,” Regulation, Vol. 18, No. 4 (1995)

   Foreign Policy


"The Best Way the U.S. Can Help Europe out of Its Mess," Forbes June 21, 2012
 
"Five Big Myths About the European Debt Crisis," Forbes, February 15, 2012
 
"The Cold War and How We Think About Private Property," The Atlantic, December 24, 2011
 
"Counterinsurgency 3.0," Parameters, Spring 2010
 
"Russia and Euro Energy Security," Wall Street Journal, August 16, 2008
 
"Africa's New Peacekeepers," Wall Street Journal, March 3, 2008
 
"Win or withdraw? The Democrats' false dilemma," San Francisco Chronicle, May 24, 2007
 
“A New Mission For Iraq,” International Herald Tribune, March 1, 2007
 
“Forget Success.  Let’s Avoid A Catastrophe.” The National Interest, Nov./Dec. 2006 (discussing what would constitute “success” in Iraq)
 
“Last chance for peace” The Boston Globe, October 10, 2005
 
“Dems must define Iraq victory,” The Los Angeles Times, August 28, 2005
 
“U.S. Involvement in Liberia,” Morning Edition, National Public Radio, August 1, 2003
 
“POW Question, Stay at the Forefront,” The National Law Journal, February 18, 2002
 
“The Rule of Law: Indispensable to a Wider War,” The Washington Post, Lead Article, Outlook, January 6, 2002 (discussing the role of international law in the war on terrorism)
 
“Think Globally, Act Profitably,” The Voice of Technology, Vol. 12, No. 1, January, 2002 (global corporate codes may offer numerous benefits to businesses)
 
“Global Firms Need Codes, Not Lawsuits,” The Christian Science Monitor, September 26, 2000
 
“Wanted: A New Way to Judge the Crimes of War,” The Washington Post, Outlook, July 23, 2000
 
“Bricks and Mortar for Emerging Markets,” The Christian Science Monitor, October 7, 1998 (arguing that new multilateral organizations are needed to oversee countries facing global financial crisis)
 
“Foreign Policy and Moral Crusades,” The Christian Science Monitor,  September 8, 1992 (examining the morality and wisdom of entering the war in Bosnia versus other humanitarian crises).  Also broadcast on Voice of America.
 
“In Sudan, Saddam’s Allies Rule by Famine,” The Wall Street Journal,  February 19, 1991
 
“Suffering Sudan Needs Our Help,” The Los Angeles Times,  December 18, 1988
 
“U.S. Should Embrace Peace Treaty, Make Influence Felt in Cambodia,” The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, July 31, 1988
 
“Charting a Different Course for Vietnamese Boat People,” The Christian Science Monitor, April 4, 1988
 

“Famine in Ethiopia: The Post’s Naive Approach,” The Washington Post,  January 9, 1988
 

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