International Travel and the U.S. Constitution, 56 UCLA Law Review 271-350 (2008).
Zoya's Standing Problem, or, When Should the Constitution Follow the Flag? 108 Michigan Law Review 673-725 (2010).
Ten Questions on National Security (invited contribution), 36 Wm. Mitchell L. Rev. J. of the Nat’l Security Forum 5041-5060 (2010).
No-Limit Texas Hold’em, or, The Voir Dire in Dallas County, 13 Green Bag 2D 383-97 (2010).
The Extraordinary Mrs. Shipley: How the United States Controlled International Travel before the Age of Terrorism, 43 Conn. L. Rev. 819-888 (2011) (Selected for Stanford/Yale Junior Faculty Forum, 2010).
The Case of Colonel Abel, 5 Journal of National Security Law & Policy (forthcoming 2011).
Report on the Verdict against M.B. Khodorkovsky and P.L. Lebedev, 4 Journal of Eurasian Law 321-534 (2011) (entire issue devoted to report)
The Unification of Law in the Russian Federation (with A. Trochev & N. Balayan), 25 Post-Soviet Affairs 310-46 (Oct.-Dec. 2009).
Vladimir Putin & the Rule of Law in Russia, 36 Georgia Journal of International & Comparative Law 511-58 (2008) (lead article) (quoted in New York Times editorial, Russia’s Dictatorship of Law, Nov. 21, 2010, Week in Review Section, p. 7).
Russia’s Criminal Procedure Code Five Years Out, (with William Burnham) in 33 Review of Central & East European Law 1-93 (2008) (lead article).
The Search for the Rule of Law in Russia, 37 Georgetown Journal of International Law 353-409 (2006).
Russia’s ‘Dictatorship of Law’ and the European Court of Human Rights, 29 Review of Central & East European Law 1-14 (2004) (lead article).
Russian Compliance with Articles Five & Six of the European Convention of Human Rights as a Barometer of Legal Reform & Human Rights in Russia, 35 Michigan Journal of Law Reform641-94 (2002).
The Parade of Sovereignties: Establishing the Vocabulary of the New Russian Federalism, 16Post-Soviet Affairs 58-89 (2000).