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  1. Bücher/Books
  2. Zeitschriften- und Buchbeiträge/Articles and Chapters in Books
  3. Beiträge zur deutschen Völkerrechtspraxis/Articles and Notes on German Practice in International Law
  4. Kleinere Beiträge/Shorter Contributions and Notes
  5. Buchbesprechungen/Book reviews
  6. Herausgeberschaften/Editorships

I. Bücher/Books

• The South China Sea Arbitration: Jurisdiction – Admissibility - Procedure (Leiden: Martinus Nijhoff, 2022 [forthcoming]), 350 pp.

German Practice in International Law 2019 (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2022). XXVIII, 467 pp.

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• Wolfgang Graf Vitzthum: Kleine Schriften II [Wolfgang Graf Vitzthum: Miscellanea II] (Berlin: Duncker & Humblot, 2021). 261 pp.

Essential Texts in International Law (Cheltenham: Edward Elgar, 2016). XII, 631 pp.

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The South China Sea Arbitration: A Chinese Perspective (Oxford: Hart Publishing, 2014). XXIV, 249 pp. (with Professor Bing Bing Jia)

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♦ Besprechungen/Reviews: Global Times, 7 March 2014, 7; Charlotte Collin (2013) 59 Annuaire français de droit international 721-722; Taisaku Ikeshima 2014/11 Waseda Global Forum 257-263; Ted L. McDorman (2015) 46 Ocean Development and International Law 363, Kentaro Nishimoto (2015) 58 Japanese Yearbook of International Law 430-435; Liselotte Odgaard (2014) 220 The China Quarterly 1140-1141; Charles Norchi (2015) 29 Ocean Yearbook 521-527; Olivia Staines, Association for International Arbitration Newsletter, April 2014, 8-9; Abhishek Pratap Singh (2016) 52 China Report 56-58; Tim Stephens (2015) 29 Australian and New Zealand Maritime Law Journal 124-126.

The Occupation of Iraq, Volume II: The Official Documents of the Coalition Provisional Authority and the Iraqi Governing Council (Oxford: Hart Publishing, 2013). XLVIII, 1524 pp.  (Series: Documents in International Law)

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Über Grenzen: Kolloquium zum 70. Geburtstag von Wolfgang Graf Vitzthum [On Limits: Colloquium on the Occasion of the 70th Birthday of Wolfgang Graf Vitzthum] (Berlin: Duncker & Humblot, 2012). 230 pp.

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♦ Besprechungen/Reviews: Rainer Lagoni (2014) 52 Archiv des Völkerrechts 284-290; Nele Matz-Lück (2013) 56 German Yearbook of International Law 631-635; Jens Wassenhoven, Portal für Politikwissenschaft, 23.5.2013, http://www.pw-portal.de

The Legal Order of the Oceans. Basic Documents on the Law of the Sea (Oxford: Hart Publishing, 2009). XVIII, 1012 pp. (Series: Documents in International Law) (with Professor Vaughan Lowe).

 

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♦ Besprechungen/Reviews: Andrew Forbes (2011) 3/2 Australian Journal of Maritime and Ocean Affairs 67-68; Erik Franckx (2010) 28 Journal of Energy and Natural Resources Law 431-433; Douglas Guilfoyle (2010) 59 International and Comparative Law Quarterly 884-885; Bing Bing Jia (2010) 53 German Yearbook of International Law 1027-1028; Ted L. McDorman (2010) 41 Ocean Development & International Law 197; Sienho Yee (2011) 10 Chinese Journal of International Law 672-673.

La non reconnaissance collective des Etats illégaux (Paris: A. Pedone, 2007). 115 pp. (Université Panthéon-Assas [Paris II], Institut des Hautes Etudes Internationales, Cours et Travaux, No 9).

 

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♦ Besprechung/Review: Baptiste Tranchant (2007) 111 Revue Générale de Droit International Public 727.

Kollektive Nichtanerkennung illegaler Staaten. Grundlagen und Rechtsfolgen einer international koordinierten Sanktion, dargestellt am Beispiel der Türkischen Republik Nord-Zypern [Collective Non-recognition of Illegal States. Legal Foundations and Consequences of an Internationally Co-ordinated Sanction with Particular Reference to the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus] (Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck, 2006). XXXIX, 1052 pp. (Series: Jus Publicum 154).

 

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♦ Besprechungen/Reviews: Altana Filos (2007) 19/2 Cyprus Review 143-148; Maria Gavouneli (2006) 59 Revue Hellénique de Droit International 795-797; Christian Heinze (2008) 139 Bayerische Verwaltungsblätter 32; Frank Hoffmeister (2006) 49 German Yearbook of International Law 731-734; Robert Kolb (2007) 134 Journal du Droit International 742-744; Beatriz Maldonado Simán (2008) 8 Anuario Mexicano de Derecho Internacional 831-833; Jan Christoph Nemitz (2007) 6 Chinese Journal of International Law 784-787; Alexander Orakhelashvili (2007) 56 International and Comparative Law Quarterly 966-967; Tullio Treves (2008) 44 Rivista di diritto internazionale privato e processuale 636-637; Jochen von Bernstorff/Volker Roeben (2009) 103 American Journal of International Law 614-616; Natalie Wohlleben (2007) 17 Zeitschrift für Politikwissenschaft 1425-1426.

Recognition in International Law. A Bibliography (The Hague: Martinus Nijhoff Publishers, 2000). XXXVI, 401 pp.

 

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♦ Besprechungen/Reviews: Iganz Seidl-Hohenveldern (2004) 59 Austrian Journal of Public and International Law 105; Peter Macalister-Smith (2002) 71 Nordic Journal of International Law 587-589; Colin Warbrick (2001) 72 British Year Book of International Law 409; ASIL UN 21 Interest Group, No. 22 (January 2001).

The Reality of International Law: Essays in Honour of Ian Brownlie. Foreword by Sir Robert Jennings (Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1999). LII, 592 pp. (with Professor Guy S.Goodwin-Gill).

 

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♦ Besprechungen/Reviews: Emily Haslam (2000) 4 International Journal of Human Rights 126-7; Colin Warbrick (2000) 116 Law Quarterly Review 690-2; Robert Cryer (2000) 63 Modern Law Review 631-2; Daniel Warner (2000) 12 International Journal of Refugee Law 695-6; Jianming Shen (2002) 1 Chinese Journal of International Law 685-714; Arthur Watts (2003) 52 International and Comparative Law Quarterly 269-70; J.G. Merrills (2003) 74 British Year Book of International Law 447-449.

Alles fließt. Kulturgüterschutz und innere Gewässer im Neuen Seerecht [Everything is in a State of Flux. The Protection of Cultural Objects and Internal Waters in the New Law of the Sea] (Baden-Baden: Nomos, 1998). 203 pp. (with Professor Wolfgang Graf Vitzthum).

 

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♦ Besprechungen/Reviews: Wolff Heintschel von Heinegg (1999) 32 Verfassung und Recht in Übersee 391-5; Karsten Nowrot (1998) 41 German Yearbook of International Law 602-4; Lyndel V. Prott (1999) 8 International Journal of Cultural Property 599-604.

Recognition of Governments in International Law: With Particular Reference to Governments in Exile (Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1998 [hardcover], 2001 [paperback]). LXXII, 393 pp. (Series: Oxford Monographs in International Law).

 

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Besprechungen/Reviews: J. Craig Barker (1999) 48 International and Comparative Law Quarterly 237; Britta Buchenau (1998) 41 German Yearbook of International Law 600-2; Pierre Michel Eisemann (1998) 44 Annuaire Français de Droit International 840; Ulrich Fastenrath, ‘Praktisch bedeutsam [Of practical importance]’, Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, 21 July 1998, 6; Maurice Flory (1998) 102 Revue générale de droit international public 1063-5; Jan Klabbers (1999) 68 Nordic Journal of International Law 105-7; Edward G. Lee (1999) 93 American Journal of International Law 261-3; Vaughan Lowe (1999) 58 Cambridge Law Journal 232-4; Siegfried Magiera (2002) 40 Archiv des Völkerrechts 378-379; Michael Schoiswohl (2001) 6 Austrian Review of International and European Law 455-461; Rafał Tarnogórski (2002) 2/5 (9)Polski Przeglad Dyplomatyczny [Polish Diplomatic Review] 180-182; Colin Warbrick (1999) 70 British Year Book of International Law 274-5; Jill McC. Watson (1999) 27 International Journal of Legal Information 276-7; Wendy T. Wylegala (1999) 31 New York University Journal of International Law and Politics 675-8; Yoo Hyuck-Soo/Apkhanzava Nikoloz (2001) 9/3 Yokohama kokusai keizai hogaku [Yokohama Law Review] 401-10; Ineta Ziemele (1999) 10 European Journal of International Law 640-3; ASIL UN 21 Interest Group, No. 21 (July 2000); (1997-1998) 31 George Washington Journal of International Law and Economics 519-20; (2001) 10/3 The Commonwealth Lawyer 47.

II. Zeitschriften- und Buchbeiträge/Articles and Chapters in Books

• Article 2(6), in: Bruno Simma/Daniel-Erasmus Khan/Georg Nolte/Andreas Paulus (eds.), The Charter of the United Nations: A Commentary (4th edn., Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2023), 26 pp.

• The Provision of Arms to the Victim of Armed Aggression: the Case of Ukraine, in: Liber Amicorum in Tribute to Dr.Manuel Becerra Ramírez (Ciudad de México: UNAM, 2022), 16 pp. [verfügbar auf /available on SSRN]

• Verbraucherschutz trifft Völkerrecht [Consumer Protection Meets International Law], JuristenZeitung 75 (2020), pp. 1051-1058.

• The United States under President Trump: Gravedigger of International Law, Chinese Journal of International Law 18 (2019), pp. 645-668. [verfügbar auf /available on SSRN]

• Private Seenotrettung und das Völkerrecht [Maritime Reschue Operations by NGOs and International Law], JuristenZeitung 74 (2019), pp. 802-809. [verfügbar auf /available on SSRN]

• The Procedural Obligation under Article 2 ECHR to Investigate and Cooperate with Investigations of Unlawful Killings in a Cross-Border Context, Diritti umani e diritto internazionale 13 (2019), pp. 99-131. [verfügbar auf /available on SSRN]

• Nachteile der doppelten Staatsbürgerschaft [Drawbacks of Dual Nationality], Bonner Rechtsjournal 1/2017, pp. 24-27. [verfügbar auf /available on Bonner Rechtsjournal]

• The South China Sea Arbitration and the Finality of "Final" Awards, Journal of International Dispute Settlement 8 (2017), pp. 388-401 [verfügbar auf /available on SSRN + JIDS website]

• Article 121 [Regime of islands], in: Alexander Proelss (ed.), The United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea: A Commentary (Oxford: Hart Publishing, and Munich: C.H. Beck, 2017), pp. 858-880.

• The South China Sea Arbitration: Observations on the Award on Jurisdiction and Admissibility, Chinese Journal of International Law 15 (2016), pp. 309-391 [verfügbar auf / available on SSRN + Chinese JIL website]

• The Chagos Marine Protected Area Arbitration: A Case Study of the Creeping Expansion of the Jurisdiction of UNCLOS Part XV Courts and Tribunals, International and Comparative Law Quarterly 65 (2016), pp. 927-951 [verfügbar auf / available on SSRN]

• Objections Not Possessing an 'Exclusively Preliminary Character' in the South China Sea Arbitration, Journal of Territorial and Maritime Studies 3/2 (2016), pp. 88-111 [verfügbar auf / available on SSRN and here (print version)]

• Schwerpunktbereichsklausur – Internationales Wirtschaftsrecht: Eigentumsschutz durch diplomatischen Schutz und Investor-Staat-Schiedsverfahren [Exam Paper on International Economic Law: Protection of Property through Diplomatic Protection and Investor-State Arbitration], Juristische Ausbildung 39 (2017), pp. 928-939.

• Bewaffnete Bundeswehrsoldaten am Brandenburger Tor? Zum Objektschutz durch die Streitkräfte bei terroristischen Anschlägen [German Armed Forces at the Brandenburg Gate? On the Protection of Infrastructure in the Wake of of Terrorist Attacks], Bonner Rechtsjournal 01/2016, pp. 5-7; also published in Bundeswehrverwaltung [Armed Forces Administration] 60 (2016), pp. 158-160.

• Sanktionen statt (Krim-)Sekt – Die Reaktion der Staatengemeinschaft auf eine ‘Wiedervereinigung’ nach russischer Art [Sanctions rather than Sparkling Wine (from Crimea) – The International Community’s Response to a ‘Reunification’ à la Russe], Reden an der Universität Trier [Speeches at the University of Trier], 2015, pp. 3-26.

• At last! Germany Admits Illegality of the Kosovo Intervention, German Yearbook of International Law 57 (2014), pp. 581-596 [verfügbar auf / available on SSRN]

• Determining Customary International Law: The ICJ's Methodology between Induction, Deduction and Assertion, European Journal of International Law 26 (2015), pp. 417-443 [verfügbar auf / available on SSRN] [The article was discussed on EJIL: Talk! by Omri Sender & Sir Michael Wood, Harlan G. Cohen and Fernando Lusa Bordin; for the discussion and the my response, see http://www.ejiltalk.org/].

• The (Not so) 'Sacred' Word of an Italian Ambassador and Diplomatic Immunity for Contempt of Court, Indian Journal of International Law 54 (2014), pp. 1-35 [verfügbar auf / available on SSRN]

• Der Begriff der 'Hoheitsgewalt' in Zeiten der Überwachung des Internet- und Telekommunikationsverkehrs durch ausländische Nachrichtendienste [The Term 'Jurisdiction' in Times of Surveillance of Internet and Telecommunications Traffic by Foreign Intelligence Agencies], JuristenZeitung 69 (2014), pp. 783-787.

• Das Abhören der Kanzlerhandys und das Völkerrecht [Tapping the German Chancellors' Cell Phones and Public International Law], Bonner Rechtsjournal 1/2014, pp. 6-12.

• The South China Sea Arbitration: Is There a Case to Answer?, in: Stefan Talmon and Bing Bing Jia (eds.), The South China Sea Arbitration: A Chinese Perspective (Oxford: Hart Publishing, 2014), pp. 15-79 [verfügbar auf / available on SSRN]

• Introduction, in: Stefan Talmon and Bing Bing Jia (eds.), The South China Sea Arbitration: A Chinese Perspective (Oxford: Hart Publishing, 2014), pp. 1-13 (with Bing Bing Jia).

• Immunität von Staatsbediensteten [Immunity of State Officials], in: Berichte der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Internationales Recht, Band 46 [Reports of the German Society of International Law, volume 46] (Heidelberg: C.F. Müller, 2014), pp. 313-376. [verfügbar auf /available on SSRN]

• Recognition of Opposition Groups as the Legitimate Representative of a People, Chinese Journal of International Law 12 (2013), pp. 219-253 [verfügbar auf /available on SSRN]

• Die Grenzen der Anwendung des Völkerrechts im deutschen Recht [The Limits to the Application of Public International Law in German Law], JuristenZeitung 68 (2013), pp. 12-21 [Antrittsvorlesung/Text of Inaugural Lecture - verfügbar auf/available on SSRN]

• 'Recognition' of Rebel Groups: The Cases of Libya and Syria, Soochow Law Journal 8 (2011), pp. 1-17.

• Jus Cogens after Germany v. Italy: Substantive and Procedural Rules Distinguished, Leiden Journal of International Law 25 (2012), pp. 979-1002 [verfügbar auf/available on SSRN]

• Article 43 in: Andreas Zimmermann/Christian Tomuschat/Karin Oellers-Frahm/Christian Tams (eds.), The Statute of the International Court of Justice. A Commentary (2nd edn., Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2012), pp. 1088-1171[verfügbar auf/available on SSRN].

• Article 23 in: Andreas Zimmermann/Christian Tomuschat/Karin Oellers-Frahm/Christian Tams (eds.), The Statute of the International Court of Justice. A Commentary (2nd edn., Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2012), pp. 435-452 [verfügbar auf/available on SSRN].

• Article 2(6), in: Bruno Simma/Daniel-Erasmus Khan/Georg Nolte/Andreas Paulus (eds.), The Charter of the United Nations: A Commentary (3rd edn., Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2012), pp. 252-279 [verfügbar auf/available on SSRN].

• The Security Council as Dispenser of (or with) International Law, in: James Crawford/ Sarah Nuwen (eds.), Select Proceedings of the European Society of International Law, vol. 3: International Law 1989-2010: A Performance Appraisal (Oxford: Hart Publishing, 2012), pp. 243-255.

• De-recognition of Colonel Qadhafi as Head of State of Libya?, International and Comparative Law Quarterly 60 (2011), pp. 765-773.

• New Zealand's Policy of Implied Recognition of States: One Step Ahead or Falling Behind?, New Zealand Yearbook of International Law 2009 (2010), pp. 3-20 [verfügbar auf/available on SSRN].

• Security Council Treaty Action, Revue Hellénique de Droit International, 62 (2009), pp. 65-116 [verfügbar auf/available on SSRN].

• The Responsibility of Outside Powers for Acts of Secessionist Entities, International and Comparative Law Quarterly, 58 (2009), pp. 493-517 [verfügbar auf/available on SSRN].

• Adaptation of Treaties by the Security Council and the Rule of Law, ASIL Proceedings 2009,103 (2010), pp. 249-252.

• The Recognition of the Chinese Government and the Convention on International Civil Aviation, Chinese Journal of International Law, 8 (2009), pp. 135-159 [verfügbar auf/available on SSRN].

• Revisting the Rule of Law: Law-making and Law-changing by the UN Security Council, in: Jan Wouters, Edith Drieskens and Sven Biscop (eds.), Belgium in the UN Security Council: Reflections on the 2007-2008 Membership (Antwerp: Intersentia, 2009), pp. 41-49.

• Participation of UN Member States in the Work of the Organization: A Multicultural Alternative to Present-Day Regionalism?, in: Sienho Yee and Jacques-Yvan Morin (eds.), Multiculturalism and International Law: Essays in Honour of Edward McWhinney (Leiden: Brill, 2009), pp. 239-275 [verfügbar auf/available on SSRN].

• ITLOS - International Tribunal for the Law of the Sea, in: Helmut Volger (ed.), A Concise Encyclopedia of the United Nations (2nd edn., Leiden: Martinus Nijhoff, 2010), pp. 449-458.

• Membership and Representation of States, in: Helmut Volger (ed.), A Concise Encyclopedia of the United Nations (2nd edn., Leiden: Martinus Nijhoff, 2010), pp. 480-486.

• Law of the Sea, in: Helmut Volger (ed.), A Concise Encyclopedia of the United Nations (2nd edn., Leiden: Martinus Nijhoff, 2010), pp. 466-477.

• Recognition of States and Governments in International Law, Azerbaijan in the World. ADA Biweekly Newsletter, Vol. 1, No. 19 (1 November 2008), pp. 7-10.

• Internationales Recht und die Zukunft des Multilateralismus [International Law and the Future of Multilateralism], epd Dokumentation Nr. 19/20, 29. April 2008, pp. 27-35.

• A Plurality of Responsible Actors: International Responsibility for Acts of the Coalition Provisional Authority in Iraq, in: Phil Shiner and Andrew Williams (eds.), The Iraq War and International Law (Oxford: Hart Publishing, 2008), pp. 185-230 [verfügbar auf/available on SSRN].

• Entries on Alien Tort Claims Act, Piracy, Ships, Recognition of States and Governments, in: Peter Cane and Joanne Conaghan (eds.), The New Oxford Companion to Law (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2008).

• Der Anti-Terror-Kampf der USA und die Grundrechte [The US War on Terrorism and Constitutional Basic Rights], in: Axel Kämmerer (ed.), An den Grenzen des Staats [The Limits of the State] (Berlin: Duncker & Humblot, 2008), pp. 75-100.

• Chypre : écueil pour la Turquie sur la voie de l`Europe, Annuaire français de droit international, 51 - 2005 (2006), pp. 85-119.

• The EU-Turkey Controversy over Cyprus or a Tale of Two Declarations, Chinese Journal of International Law, 5 (2006), pp. 579-616 [verfügbar auf/available on SSRN].

• Diplomacy under Occupation. The Status of Diplomatic Missions in Occupied Iraq, Anuario Mexicano de Derecho Internacional, 6 (2006), pp. 461-511 [verfügbar auf/available on SSRN].

• Article 43 in: Andreas Zimmermann/Christian Tomuschat/Karin Oellers-Frahm (eds.), The Statute of the International Court of Justice. A Commentary (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2006), pp. 977-1038.

• Article 23 in: Andreas Zimmermann/Christian Tomuschat/Karin Oellers-Frahm (eds.), The Statute of the International Court of Justice. A Commentary (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2006), pp. 399-415.

• The Duty Not to 'Recognize as Lawful' a Situation Created by the Illegal Use of Force or Other Serious Breaches of a Jus Cogens Obligation: An Obligation Without Real Substance?, in: Christian Tomuschat and Jean-Marc Thouvenin (eds.), The Fundamental Rules of the International Legal Order. Jus Cogens and Obligations Erga Omnes (Leiden: Martinus Nijhoff, 2005), pp. 99-126.

• The Security Council as World Legislature, American Journal of International Law, 99 (2005), pp. 175-193.

• Changing Views on the Use of Force: The German Position, Baltic Yearbook of International Law, 5 (2005), pp. 41-76.

• Luftverkehr mit nicht anerkannten Staaten: Der Fall Nordzypern [Air Traffic with Non- Recognized States: The Case of Northern Cyprus], Archiv des Völkerrechts [Public International Law Archive], 43 (2005), pp. 1-42.

• The Constitutive versus the Declaratory Doctrine of Recognition: Tertium Non Datur?, British Year Book of International Law, 75 (2004), pp. 101-181; also published in The International Library of Essays in Law and Legal Theory (2nd Series), International Law edited by Malcolm Evans and Patrick Capps (Farnham: Ashgate, 2009), volume II, pp. 93-173.

• Responsibility of International Organizations: Does the European Community Require Special Treatment?, in: Maurizio Ragazzi (ed.), International Responsibility Today. Essays in Memory of Oscar Schachter (Leiden: Martinus Nijhoff, 2005), pp. 405-421.

• Impediments to Peacekeeping: The Case of Cyprus, International Peacekeeping: The Yearbook of International Peace Operations, 8 (2004), pp. 33-63.

• The Legal Character of Statements by the President of the Security Council, Chinese Journal of International Law, 2 (2003), pp. 419-467.

• Grenzen der 'Grenzenlosen Gerechtigkeit'. Die völkerrechtlichen Grenzen der Bekämpfung des internationalen Terrorismus nach dem 11. September 2001 [How Infinite Is 'Infinite Justice'. Legal Limits of the Fight against International Terrorism after September 11, 2001], in: Wolfgang März (ed.), An den Grenzen des Rechts [Law at Its Limits] (Berlin: Duncker & Humblot, 2003), pp. 101-183.

• ITLOS - International Tribunal for the Law of the Sea, in: Helmut Volger (ed.), A Concise Encyclopedia of the United Nations (The Hague: Kluwer, 2002), pp. 340-349.

• Membership and Representation of States, in: Helmut Volger (ed.), A Concise Encyclopedia of the United Nations (The Hague: Kluwer, 2002), pp. 369-373.

• Law of the Sea, in: Helmut Volger (ed.), A Concise Encyclopedia of the United Nations (The Hague: Kluwer, 2002), pp. 356-366.

• Ende des Föderalismus. Gleichschaltung und Entstaatlichung der deutschen Länder von der nationalsozialistischen Machtergreifung bis zur Auflösung des Reichsrats [End of Federalism. Bringing into Line and Liquidation of the German Federal States from the National Socialist Seizure of Power to the Abolition of the Reichsrat], Zeitschrift für Neuere Rechtsgeschichte [Journal of Contemp. Legal History], 24 (2002), pp. 112-155.

• Das deutsche Kolonialverfassungsrecht vor dem Internationalen Gerichtshof [The Constitutional Law of the German Colonies before the International Court of Justice], Archiv des Völkerrechts [Public International Law Archive], 40/1 (2002), pp. 17-53.

• Der Internationale Seegerichtshof in Hamburg als Mittel der friedlichen Beilegung seerechtlicher Streitigkeiten [The International Tribunal for the Law of the Sea as a Means for the Pacific Settlement of Law of the Sea Disputes], Juristische Schulung [Legal Training], 41 (2001) pp. 550-556.

• The Cyprus Question before the European Court of Justice, European Journal of International Law, 12 (2001), pp. 727-750.

• The Cyprus Question before the European Court of Justice, in: Ismail Bozkurt (ed.). Proceedings of the Third International Congress for Cyprus Studies (Gazima—usa: Eastern Mediterranean University Printinghouse, 2000), vol. III, pp. 205-239.

• Who is a Legitimate Government in Exile? Towards Normative Criteria for Governmental Legitimacy in International Law, in: Guy S. Goodwin-Gill/Stefan Talmon (eds.), The Reality of International Law. Essays in Honour of Ian Brownlie (Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1999), pp. 499-537.

• ITLOS - Internationaler Seegerichtshof, in: Helmut Volger (ed.), Lexikon der Vereinten Nationen [Encyclopedia of the UN] (Munich: Oldenbourg Verlag, 1999), pp. 285-294.

• Mitgliedschaft/Repräsentation von Staaten, in: Helmut Volger (ed.), Lexikon der Vereinten Nationen [Encyclopedia of the UN] (Munich: Oldenbourg Verlag, 1999), pp. 393-397.

• Seerecht, in: Helmut Volger (ed.), Lexikon der Vereinten Nationen [Encyclopedia of the UN] (Munich: Oldenbourg Verlag, 1999), pp. 455-466.

• Die Geltung deutscher Rechtsvorschriften bei Auslandseinsätzen der Bundeswehr mit Zustimmung des Aufenthaltsstaates [The Applicability of German Laws to German Troops Stationed Abroad with the Consent of the Host State], Neue Zeitschrift für Wehrrecht [New Journal of Military Law], 39 (1997), pp. 221-236.

• The Legal Effects of (Non-) Recognition: The Case of the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus, in: Malcolm Evans (ed.), Aspects of Statehood and Institutionalism in Contemporary Europe (Aldershot: Dartmouth, 1997), pp. 57-81.

• War Booty of 'Separate Entity' Protected by Sovereign Immunity, Oxford Journal of Legal Studies, 15 (1995), pp. 295-307.

• Recognition of Governments: An Analysis of the New British Policy and Practice, British Year Book of International Law, 63 (1992), pp. 231-297.

• The Radbruch Formula: Legal Injustice and Supra-legal Justice, ELSA Law Review, 2 (1991), pp. 17-30.

III. Beiträge zur deutschen Völkerrechtspraxis/Articles and Notes on German Practice in International Law

All articles and notes are available at https://gpil.jura.uni-bonn.de/ and https://intr2dok.vifa-recht.de/

• The Kunduz air strike and a most unusual letter to the editors, GPIL, 17 August 2021.

• Germany joins the Regional Cooperation Agreement on Combating Piracy and Armed Robbery against Ships in Asia, GPIL, 11 August 2021.

• Germany bans Syrian Embassy in Berlin from holding presidential elections, GPIL, 18 June 2021.

• Germany backs Israel’s right to self-defence against Hamas “rocket terror”, GPIL, 25 May 2021.

• Germany directs attention to questions surrounding non-legally binding international agreements, GPIL, 21 May 2021.

• The Federal Constitutional Court’s Climate Change Order and the interplay between international and domestic climate protection law, GPIL, 11 May 2021.

• Germany works to strengthen the international response to the use of chemical weapons in Syria, GPIL, 6 May 2021 (with Muskan Yadav).

• Germany mistakenly considers Russia’s restrictions on navigation of warships in the Black Sea to be “very problematic” and, in part, “contrary to international law”, GPIL, 4 May 2021.

• Germany comments on the ILC draft principles on the protection of the environment in relation to armed conflicts, GPIL, 4 March 2021.

• Germany announces deployment of warship to the South China Sea, GPIL, 3 March 2021.

• Germany endorses the Declaration against the Use of Arbitrary Detention in State-to-State Relations, GPIL, 2 March 2021.

• Germany publicly objects to the International Criminal Court’s ruling on jurisdiction in Palestine, GPIL, 11 February 2021.

• U.S. Supreme Court upholds Germany’s plea to State immunity in the “Welfenschatz” case, GPIL, 9 February 2021.

• Germany finally comes clean about the legal status of the JCPoA: no more than soft law, GPIL, 24 March 2020.

• Legal consequences of Germany’s non-recognition of the Russian annexation of Crimea, GPIL, 27 August 2021 (with Hannah Janknecht).

• Germany goes back on earlier statements on the international legal status of Nagorno-Karabakh, GPIL, 12 October 2020.

• Germany tells Thailand’s King not to rule from its soil, GPIL, 26 October 2020 (with Philip Wimmer).

• Germany warns Israel that annexation of any part of the occupied Palestinian territories would represent “a most serious violation of international law”, GPIL, 27 May 2021.

• China accuses Germany of interference in internal affairs for taking measures in response to new Hong Kong national security law, GPIL 19 October 2021.

• The missing Taiwanese flag or the flag “as a symbol of statehood”, GPIL, 5 October 2020.

• For Germany the “State of Palestine” is not a State Party of the Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court, GPIL, 22 September 2021.

• Germany confirms non-recognition of “Nagorno-Karabakh Republic”, GPIL, 20 July 2020.

• Germany supports Taiwan’s participation in the WHA as an observer – putting policy before principle, GPIL, 26 May 2020.

• Diplomacy in times of Covid-19: Germany closes its Pyongyang embassy in response to North Korea’s drastic measures to fight the pandemic, GPIL 5 October 2021.

• Germany’s call on Iraq to protect the U.S. embassy in Baghdad – the difference between a legal and a general interest in compliance with Article 22 VCDR, GPIL, 9 January 2020.

• Germany denounces arrest of UK ambassador to Iran, GPIL, 14 January 2020.

• Not much of a welcome: the delayed agrément of the German ambassador to Poland, GPIL, 29 October 2020.

• Summoning or “inviting” an ambassador – is there a difference?, GPIL, 14 July 2020.

• Iran condemns German ambassador’s tweets as interference in internal affairs, GPIL 13 July 2021.

• German embassy in Bangkok asks for protection, GPIL, 2 November 2020.

• The pitfalls of co-locating diplomatic premises, GPIL, 20 July 2021 (with William Heylen).

• Indonesia declares German diplomat persona non grata, GPIL, 12 January 2021.

• Limits to the implementation of the Libyan arms embargo, GPIL, 29 April 2020.

• Germany takes three and a half years to enforce UN sanctions against North Korea, GPIL, 26 October 2021.

• Germany appeals to Iran to comply with its treaty obligations not to execute persons who were minors at the time of the crime, GPIL, 16 September 2021.

• Breaches of international law “in a very specific and limited way”: a remarkable admission by a German Chancellor, GPIL, 21 September 2020.

• Germany favours substantial reform of the Energy Charter Treaty, GPIL, 8 April 2020 (with Sebastián Mantilla Blanco).

• Germany releases Iranian in prisoner swap rather than extraditing him to the United States, GPIL, 4 November 2021

• Germany considers further U.S. sanctions against Nord Stream 2 an encroachment on its sovereignty, GPIL, 14 October 2021.

• Germany not answerable in U.S. courts for alleged colonial genocide, GPIL, 9 December 2020.

• Germany mistakenly attributes acts by the Houthi rebels to the State of Yemen, GPIL, 14 April 2020.

• Responsible until proven otherwise? – Germany holds Russia responsible for the use of a chemical weapon in the poisoning of Alexei Navalny, GPIL, 7 October 2021 (with Mary Lobo).

• Malta apologising for ambassador comparing German chancellor to Hitler: a rare example of a formal State apology?, GPIL, 14 May 2020.

• Germany counters China’s maritime claims in the South China Sea, GPIL, 1 April 2021.

• “Like pirates” – Turkey accuses Germany of illegally boarding its merchant vessel on the high seas, GPIL, 1 December 2020.

• Germany calls on Turkey to respect international law when conducting seismic surveys in the eastern Mediterranean, GPIL, 28 September 2021.

• Germany joins the UK-led Global Ocean Alliance, GPIL, 18 May 2020.

• Germany opposes Russian initiatives on the prevention of the placement of weapons in outer space, GPIL, 28 October 2021.

• Ukrainian extradition request denied by German court because of likely violation of the international minimum standard of human rights protection, GPIL, 9 June 2020.

• Germany continues to raise concerns over human rights of the Uyghurs and demands that China close the detention camps in Xinjiang, GPIL, 20 October 2020.

• German Court confirms that there is no Palestinian State and no Palestinian nationality, GPIL, 20 April 2021 (with Anna Dickmann-Peña).

• Federal Prosecutor General accuses Russia of State-ordered murder, GPIL, 9 September 2021.

• Sentencing a member of the Syrian opposition for war crimes against persons, GPIL, 25 March 2020 (with Tobias Weiss).

• Federal Public Prosecutor General declines to bring charges against members of the Federal Government for aiding the killing of Iranian General Soleimani, GPIL, 27 April 2020.

• Handing over of six-year-old boy to Islamic State training camp in Syria as war crime of enlisting children, GPIL, 19 May 2021 (with Philippe Allen).

• First conviction for aiding and abetting a crime against humanity by enslavement, GPIL, 14 September 2021.

• Higher Regional Court in Stuttgart convicts an IS member of war crimes, GPIL, 14 January 2021 (with Roman Kenny-Manning).

• UN Security Council reform: a story of growing German frustration, GPIL, 30 September 2021.

• Germany fails to integrate climate security concerns into the work of the Security Council, GPIL, 31 August 2021.

• Germany: The UN headquarters in New York must be accessible to all member States, GPIL, 10 January 2020.

• Raising false expectations: Germany’s misleading take on UN Security Council resolution 2510 (2020), GPIL, 16 April 2020.

• Germany opposes U.S. interpretation of UN Security Council resolution 2331 (2015), GPIL, 2 November 2021.

• Blocking and inviting civil society briefers to the UN Security Council, GPIL, 22 December 2020.

• Germany accuses Russia and China of obstructing the implementation of Security Council resolutions, GPIL, 23 December 2020 (with Anna Dickmann-Peña).

• Germany faces difficulties as chair of the Libya Sanctions Committee, GPIL, 19 February 2021.

• Germany as an almost permanent member of the Economic and Social Council, GPIL, 24 September 2021.

• Germany comes in for serious criticism of its handling of the Afghanistan file in the UN General Assembly, GPIL, 21 October 2021.

• Russia accuses Germany of bringing “dissent, division and negative emotion” to the Security Council, GPIL, 11 November 2021.

• China: “The performance of Germany has failed the Security Council”, GPIL, 16 November 2021.

• Some critical observations on Germany’s Security Council membership, GPIL, 18 November 2021.

• The Bornholm Declaration – another example of Germany’s support of youth participation in international organisations?, GPIL, 4 June 2020 (with Julian Hettihewa).

• The U.S. killing of Iranian General Qasem Soleimani: of wrong trees and red herrings, and why the killing may be lawful after all, GPIL, 23 January 2020 (with Miriam Heipertz).

• Germany “strongly condemns” Iranian missile attacks on U.S. bases in Iraq, GPIL, 10 January 2020.

• German Federal Court of Justice reaffirms that there is no justification in international law for attacks by the Kurdistan Workers’ Party, GPIL, 16 February 2021 (with Philip Wimmer).

• German Government on foreign troop presence in Syria, GPIL, 17 February 2020.

• Germany considers Israeli settlement activities in the occupied Palestinian territories “illegal under international law”, GPIL, 19 January 2021 (with Julian Craven).

• Federal Constitutional Court affirms that only States can bring claims for compensation for violations of international humanitarian law, GPIL, 18 March 2021 (with Philipp Dürr).

• Federal Administrative Court rules that the United States may continue to use its air base in southern Germany for lethal drone strikes in Yemen, GPIL, 12 October 2021.

• Germany critical of new U.S. anti-personnel landmine policy, GPIL, 6 February 2020.

• Germany counts and condemns North Korean illegal missile tests, GPIL, 6 September 2021.

• Syrian war crimes trial before the Stuttgart Higher Regional Court, GPIL, 20 February 2019.

• Rules-Based Order vs International Law?, in: Stefan Talmon (ed.), German Practice in International Law 2019(Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2022), pp. 1-3.

• A Strange Construction of International Law by Germany’s Ambassador to the United Nations, ibid., pp. 4-5.

• Germany rebukes the United States for its approach to international law: “international law is not an à la carte menu”, ibid., pp. 6-10.

• Principles underpinning Germany’s delivery of humanitarian assistance, ibid., pp. 20-23.

• Germany considers India’s abrogation of Kashmir’s special constitutional status a matter internal to India, ibid., pp. 24-30.

• Non-recognition of Israeli annexation of the occupied Syrian Golan, ibid., pp. 31-37.

• The Russian policy of “passportisation” in Ukraine’s Donetsk and Lugansk regions as a violation of the sovereignty of Ukraine, ibid., pp. 38-45 (with Mary Lobo).

• Germany reaffirms support for the sovereignty and territorial integrity of Georgia and calls out Russian “occupation”, ibid., pp. 46-50.

• Staying grounded: the German response to Kuwait Airways’ refusal to transport Israeli passengers, ibid., pp. 51-54 (with Mary Lobo).

• China criticises Germany for granting asylum to Hong Kong activists, ibid., pp. 55-58.

• Germany opposes Facebook’s Libra currency on grounds of State sovereignty, ibid., pp. 63-64.

• Germany advocates regaining “digital sovereignty”, ibid., pp. 65-67.

• Meeting with Hong Kong activist as interference in China’s internal affairs?, ibid., pp. 68-71.

• Germany confirms non-recognition of the Republic of China (Taiwan), ibid., pp. 72-78 (with Rohan Sinha).

• German-Syrian diplomatic relations in times of civil war: the realities of diplomacy, ibid., pp. 85-88 (with Julian Craven).

• Jumping before being pushed: recall of the German ambassador to Rwanda, ibid., pp. 89-91 (with Mary Lobo).

• Expelled or recalled? The German ambassador to Venezuela’s journey from Caracas to Berlin and back again, ibid., pp. 92-98.

• South Africa accuses Germany of breach of Article 41(2) VCDR, ibid., pp. 99-101.

• Iraq accuses German ambassador of interference in internal affairs, ibid., pp. 102-105.

• Germany sanctions Iran by suspending operating license to Iranian airline, ibid., pp. 108-113.

• Persona non grata declarations as general acts of retorsion, ibid., pp. 114-116.

• Germany becomes thirteenth party to Hong Kong Convention, ibid., p. 117.

• The United States accuses Germany of breach of treaty by refusing to extradite Adem Yilmaz, ibid., pp. 118-128.

• Germany’s position and practice on provisional application of treaties, ibid., pp. 129-138 (with Anneliese Quast Mertsch).

• Germany considers U.S. sanctions against Rusal extraterritorial and illegal under international law, ibid., pp. 139-144 (with Rohan Sinha).

• Germany rejects U.S. sanctions against Nord Stream 2 as contrary to international law, ibid., pp. 145-153 (with Rohan Sinha).

• Misreading Nicaragua: The German position on State responsibility in connection with arms exports, ibid., pp.155-159 (with Carl-Philipp Sassenrath).

• The distinction under international law between “bearing responsibility” and “being responsible”, ibid., pp. 160-163.

• Germany and Greece disagree over German war reparations stemming from the two World Wars, ibid., pp. 164-169.

• The intricacies of maritime boundary delimitation: Germany’s one-sided response to the Turkey-Libya MoU on delimitation of the maritime jurisdiction areas in the Mediterranean, ibid., pp. 175-180 (with Mary Lobo).

• Germany’s position on migrant rescue operations in the Mediterranean, ibid., pp. 181-194 (with Ruth Effinowicz).

• Germany takes a more outspoken and active position on the South China Sea disputes, ibid., pp. 195-209.

• Preventing an arms race in outer space and political game playing at the United Nations, ibid., pp. 215-220 (with Shpetim Bajrami).

• Germany criticises India over anti-satellite missile test, ibid., pp. 221-222.

• Unconvincing and non-binding: The Federal Constitutional Court rejects the Committee on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities’ interpretation of the CRPD, ibid., pp. 224-227 (with Rohan Sinha).

• Germany considers Brunei’s Sharia Penal Code a clear violation of the country’s human rights obligations, ibid., pp. 228-232 (with Mareike Höcker).

• Germany raises concerns over the human rights situation in Xinjiang, ibid., pp. 237-242.

• Loss of nationality for members of terrorist militias with dual nationality, ibid., pp. 247-248.

• Resignation of the German judge from the International Residual Mechanism for Criminal Tribunals: a wake-up call for international criminal justice, ibid., pp. 251-256 (with Sandra Werther).

• “We want to get this man”: Germany requests Lebanon to extradite high-ranking Syrian official accused of crimes against humanity, ibid., pp. 257-259 (with Patrick Wittum).

• Killing and torture in Syria: why the German Federal Public Prosecutor charges Syrian officials with crimes against humanity rather than war crimes, ibid., pp. 260-263 (with Mary Lobo).

• War crime charges brought for letting a Yazidi girl die of thirst, ibid., pp. 264-265.

• Kidnapping of UN peacekeeper in Syria as war crime against humanitarian operations, ibid., pp. 266-269 (with Mareike Höcker).

• Federal Court of Justice on appropriation of apartments by IS members as war crime against property, ibid., pp. 270-273 (with Philip Wimmer).

• “Looting by living”: living in property of adverse party as war crime, ibid., pp. 274-275 (with Rosie Good).

• Appropriation of household appliances by IS members not a war crime, ibid., pp. 276-277.

• Germany: severe human rights violations in Myanmar point to crimes against humanity and war crimes as well as genocide, ibid., pp. 278-281.

• Officer of Afghan National Army convicted of war crimes for desecrating the corpse of a Taliban commander in front of civilians, ibid., 282-283 (with Philip Wimmer).

• Germany champions Convention on crimes against humanity, ibid., pp. 284-286.

• Germany announces bid for Human Rights Council membership, ibid., pp. 295-296.

• Germany’s election to the Human Rights Council not such a great “token of confidence” as it might seem, ibid., pp. 297-298 (with Emmanuel Amissah-Eshun).

• Germany’s push for ambitious UNSCR on sexual violence in armed conflict hits the veto power, ibid., pp. 299-305.

• Germany adopts restrictive view on what constitutes a “threat to international peace and security”: when it suits, ibid., pp. 306-308.

• The difficulties of bringing the human rights situation in North Korea before the UN Security Council, ibid., pp. 309-311.

• Germany on a mission: putting climate change on the agenda of the UN Security Council, ibid., pp. 312-317 (with Mary Lobo).

• Germany weighs in on immunity of German-Tunisian UN arms expert, ibid., pp. 318-322 (with Mirjam Reiter).

•          Germany votes against anti-Israel decision at World Health Assembly for the first time, but one swallow does not make a summer, ibid., pp. 323-329.

• German Constitutional Court considers self-defence against non-State actors a tenable interpretation of Article 51 of the UN Charter, ibid., pp. 330-334.

• A roundabout way of saying that the Turkish invasion of north-eastern Syria is illegal under international law, ibid., pp. 341-346.

• Germany backs India’s cross-border strikes against terrorists in Pakistan administered Kashmir, ibid., pp. 347-349 (with Carl-Philipp Sassenrath).

• Intervention by invitation: the German view of Saudi Arabia’s involvement in the civil war in Yemen, ibid., pp. 350-352 (with Mary Lobo).

• France and Germany launch humanitarian call for action, ibid., pp. 353-357.

• Germany opposes new U.S. position on Israeli settlements in the occupied West Bank; considers all settlement activity illegal under international law, ibid., pp. 358-365.

• Germany facilitates Cyprus talks in Berlin: “good services”, good offices, or neither?, ibid., pp. 374-376.

• Arrest of an Iranian diplomat over alleged bomb attack in France, GPIL, 24 July 2018

• The unconventional repatriation of an Iraqi murder suspect to Germany, GPIL, 3 July 2018.

• No need for legal instrument on electronic surveillance and privacy, GPIL, 5 June 2018

• Endorsement of Safe Schools Declaration, GPIL, 5 June 2018.

• Return of illegally exported cultural property to Vietnam, GPIL, 22 May 2018.

• Israel’s right to self-defence against Iranian rocket attack from within Syria, GPIL, 22 May 2018.

• Bringing human rights to the Security Council, GPIL, 15 May 2018.

• Protesters raid German consulate in Greece, GPIL, 6 April 2018.

• Acceptance or recognition of Kosovo’s independence: does it make a difference?, GPIL, 5 April 2018.

• Interpreting Security Council resolution 2401 (2018), GPIL, 7 March 2018.

• Paint bomb attack on Turkish embassy in Berlin, GPIL, 5 March 2018.

• Acts of retorsion in defence of Cambodian democracy?, GPIL, 28 February 2018.

• Busting of U.S. sanctions against Iran? German military refuels Iranian Foreign Minister’s plane, GPIL, 25 February 2018.

• Israel’s claim to self-defence has a “very high plausibility”, GPIL, 14 February 2018.

• Warning Kosovo over revocation of internationalised criminal tribunal, GPIL, 10 February 2018.

• Arrest of Gui Minhai during consular support mission, GPIL, 8 February 2018.

• Criticism of U.S. Guantánamo policy, GPIL, 2 February 2018.

• Appeal to Iran to stop the execution of persons who were minors at the time of the crime, GPIL, 1 February 2018.

• U.S. politicization of humanitarian aid to UNRWA, GPIL, 28 January 2018.

• Difficulties in assessing the illegality of the Turkish intervention in Syria, GPIL, 26 January 2018.

• Russian aggression against Ukraine, GPIL, 25 January 2018.

• Leading Iranian cleric accused of crimes against humanity, GPIL, 12 January 2018.

• German research vessel caught up in Greek-Turkish Aegean Sea dispute, GPIL, 10 January 2018.

• North Korea’s missile and nuclear issues, GPIL, 6 January 2018.

• Unrest in Iran and the right to protest, GPIL, 4 January 2018.

• Diplomatic relations, embassies-in-exile and ambassadors taking refuge in foreign embassies, GPIL, 31 December 2017.

• Consular protection of German nationals in prison, custody or detention, GPIL, 31 December 2017.

• China denounces German interference in internal affairs, GPIL, 29 December 2017.

• Germany’s ambassador to China: an undiplomatic diplomat?, GPIL, 28 December 2017.

• Defending the Iranian nuclear agreement, GPIL, 21 December 2017.

• Effects of climate change as threats to international peace and security, GPIL, 21 December 2017.

• Execution of the death penalty on minors, GPIL, 20 December 2017.

• Situation in Israeli-occupied Hebron reminiscent of apartheid, GPIL, 15 December 2017.

• Trial of Chinese civil rights lawyer Jiang Tianyong, GPIL, 24 November 2017.

• Suing Germany over the genocide in Namibia in U.S. courts: the pitfalls of serving a summons on the German Government, GPIL, 23 November 2017.

• Detention and disappearance of Egyptian human rights lawyer Ibrahim Metwally Hegazy, GPIL, 7 November 2017.

• The right to freedom of religion for the Baha’i in Iran, GPIL, 3 November 2017.

• Non-recognition of Catalonia’s unilateral declaration of independence, GPIL, 29 October 2017.

• Violence against the Rohingyas in Myanmar’s Rakhine state, GPIL, 27 October 2017.

• Immunity of German diplomats in the United States, GPIL, 19 October 2017.

• Abolition of the death penalty, GPIL, 12 October 2017.

• Arbitration between Croatia and Slovenia, GPIL, 1 October 2017.

• Death penalty not generally incompatible with ICCPR, GPIL, 30 September 2017.

• The genocide in Namibia: genocide in a historical-political or in a legal sense?, GPIL, 23 September 2017.

• Venezuela protests German interference in internal affairs, GPIL, 21 September 2017.

• Towards an agreement to combat marine litter, GPIL, 13 September 2017.

• Loss of refugee status by going on holiday to the country of persecution, GPIL, 29 August 2017.

• Condemnation of certain developments in Eastern Ukraine as “completely unacceptable”, GPIL, 20 July 2017.

• Banning campaign rallies by Turkish government officials in Germany, GPIL, 3 July 2017.

• Abstention from vote on Chagos Archipelago advisory opinion, GPIL, 28 June 2017.

• Nonexistence of a “State of Palestine”, GPIL, 2 June 2017.

• No German support for British sovereignty over Gibraltar, GPIL, 10 May 2017.

• UNESCO resolution calling into question Israel’s jurisdiction over west Jerusalem, GPIL, 10 May 2017.

• Diplomatic asylum on German embassy premises in Istanbul, GPIL, 3 March 2017.

• Tibet or the pitfalls of meeting Richard Gere, GPIL, 11 February 2017.

IV. Kleinere Beiträge/Shorter Contributions and Notes

• Kriegspartei oder nicht Kriegspartei? Das ist nicht die Frage [To Be a Belligerent or Not to Be a Belligerent? That is Not the Question], Verfassungsblog, 4 May 2022, https://verfassungsblog.de/kriegspartei-oder-nicht-kriegspartei-das-ist-nicht-die-frage/

• Waffenlieferungen an die Ukraine als Ausdruck eines wertebasierten Völkerrechts, Verfassungsblog, 9 March 2022, https://verfassungsblog.de/waffenlieferungen-an-die-ukraine-als-ausdruck-eines-wertebasierten-volkerrechts/

• Relinquishment of jurisdiction contra legem: The European Court of Human Rights’ decision in Grzęda v. Poland, EJIL.Talk!, 22 July 2021, https://www.ejiltalk.org/relinquishment-of-jurisdiction-contra-legem-the-european-court-of-human-rights-decision-in-grzeda-v-poland/

• Widersprüchlicher Widerspruch [Objectionable Objection], Frankfurter Allgemeine Einspruch, 23 February 2021, https://www.faz.net/-irf-a8teu

• Vorwort [Preface], in: Stefan Talmon (Hrsg.), Wolfgang Graf Vitzthum: Kleine Schriften II [ Wolfgang Graf Vitzthum: Miscellanea II] (Berlin: Duncker & Humblot, 2021), pp. 5-6.

• Thou shalt not ‘break international law in a very specific and limited way’: A German perspective on the debate around the United Kingdom Internal Market Bill, Völkerrechtsblog, 15 September 2020, https://voelkerrechtsblog.org/articles/thou-shalt-not-break-international-law-in-a-very-specific-and-limited-way/#

• The Scientific Research Services (SRS) of Germany’s Federal Parliament on the Chances of Success of Actions against China for Damages Incurred due to the Global Coronavirus Pandemic, Global Health and Global Governance, 26 June 2020, https://www.bigghgg.cn/p/talmon.html

• Die USA unter Präsident Trump: Totengräber des Völkerrechts [The USA under President Trump: Gravedigger of international law], verfassungsblog.de, 27 March 2019, https://verfassungsblog.de/

• Bene captus, bene detentus: Die Rückführugn des mutmaßlichen Morders Ali B. aus dem Irak durch die Bundespolizei ist völkerrechtlich unbedenklich [Bene captus, bene detentus: The repatriatin of murder suspect Ali B. from Iraq by the Federal Police does not violate international law], Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, 5 July 2018, p. 6 [article]

• Das Flüchtlingsrecht steht einer Änderung der Asylpolitik nicht entgegen [Refugee law does not pose an obstacle to a change of asylum policy], verfassungsblog.de, 17 June 2018, https://verfassungsblog.de/

• Foreword to Kubo Macak, Internationalied Armed Conflicts in International Law (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2018), 2 pp.

• Ohne Angriff keine Verteidigung [No self-defence without attack], Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, Einspruch Magazin, 10 January 2018 [article]

• Nachruf: Professor Sir Elihu Lauterpacht CBE QC LLD, Archiv des Völkerrechts, 55 (2017), pp. 258-261 [article]

• Bürde des Doppelpasses [The Burden of Two Passports], Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, 2 March 2017, p. 2 [article]

• Final award in sea arbitration will be flawed, China Daily, 9 July 2016, p. 5 [article]

• Der Fall Böhmermann - muss am Ende Deutschland haften? [The Böhmerann case - will Germany ultimately be responsible?], Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, 14 April 2016, p. 6 [article]

• Denouncing UNCLOS remains option for China after tribunal ruling, Global Times, 4 March 2016, p. 15 [article]

• Determining Customary International Law: The ICJ’s Methodology and the Idyllic World of the ILC, EJIL: Talk!, 3 December 2015, http://www.ejiltalk.org/

• Bedroht der Flüchtlingsstrom den Weltfrieden? [Does the Flow of Refugees Constitute a Threat to International Peace?], Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, 26 November 2015, p. 6 [article]

• Tribunal ruling not clear victory for Philippines, Global Times, 24 November 2015, p. 15 [article]

• Eine Koalition der Willigen reicht nicht: Warum der Irak-Einsatz der Bundeswehr im Kampf gegen den "Islamischen Staat" verfassungswidrig ist [A Coalition of the Willing Is Not Enough: Why the Iraq Mission of the German Armed Forces Against the "Islamic State" Is Unconstitutional], Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, 8 January 2015, p. 6 [article]

• Comments, in: Berichte der  Deutschen Gesellschaft für Internationales Recht, Band 46 [Reports of the German Society of International Law, volume 46] (Heidelberg: C.F. Müller, 2014, pp. 411-417

• The Legalizing and Legitimizing Function of General Assembly Resolutions, AJIL Unbound, 18 July 2014, http://www.asil.org/; also available on SSRN

• Die Pflicht zur Drohne [The Duty to Procure Drones], Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, 10 July 2014, p. 7 [article]

• Pflicht zum Ärgern [Duty to Annoy], Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, 3 April 2014, p. 8 [article]

• Tapping the German Chancellor's Cell Phone and Public International Law, Cambridge Journal of International and Comparative Law Blog, 6 November 2013, http://cjicl.org.uk/

• Ich spioniere, du spionierst, alle spionieren - und es ist erlaubt [I spy, you syp, all spy - and it is allowed], Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, 1 November 2013, p. 7 [article]

• Das Abhören des Kanzlerhandys und das Völkerrecht [Tapping the German Chancellor's Cell Phone and Public International Law], Bonn Research Papers on International Law, Paper 3/2013 (31 October 2013) [SSRN]

• No case to answer for Beijing before arbitral tribunal in South China Sea, Global Times, 20 May 2013, p. 15 [article]

• Noch ist der Vorbehalt zum ESM nicht wirksam [The Reservation to the ESM still has not entered into force], Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, 18. Oktober 2012, p. 6

• Unter Vorbehalt [Subject to Reservation], Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, 20. September 2012, p. 8 [article]

• Was noch gesagt werden muss [What still must be said], Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, 3. Mai 2012, p. 6 [article]

• Günter Grass und das Völkerrecht [Günter Grass and Public International Law], Bonner Rechtsjournal 01/2012, p. 16-17 [SSRN]

• Recognition of States in International Law: Kosovo's Case, Diplomat Magazine, September 2011, p. 45

• The Recognition of the Libyan National Transitional Council, ASIL Insight, Volume 15, Issue 16, 16 June 2011, http://www.asil.org/pdfs/insights/insight110616.pdf; also published in ASIL Newsletter, Volume 27, Issue 3 (July/September 2011), pp. 5, 7, 8

• The Difference between Rhetoric and Reality: Why an Illegitimte Regime May Still Be a Government in the Eyes of International Law, EJIL: Talk!, 3 March 2011, http://www.ejiltalk.org/

• Has the United Kingdom De-Recognized Colonel Qadhafi as Head of State of Libya?, EJIL: Talk!, 28 Febraury 2011, http://www.ejiltalk.org/; University of Oxford, Legal Research Paper Series, Paper No. 16/2011, http://ssrn.com/abstract=1773028

• Could the International Court of Justice Indicate a 'No-Fly Zone' over Libya, EJIL: Talk!, 25 February 2011, http://www.ejiltalk.org/; University of Oxford, Legal Research Paper Series, Paper No. 13/2011, February 2011 http://ssrn.com/abstract=1769804

• Kosovo: The ICJ Opinion - What Next?, Chatham House Paper, 21 September 2010, http://www.chathamhouse.org.uk/files/17391_il210910kosovo.pdf

• Comments, in: Zimmermann, Andreas et al. (eds.), Moderne Konfliktformen: Humanitäres Völkerrecht und privatrechtliche Folgen (Berichte der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Völkerrecht, Vol. 44) (Heidelberg: C.F. Müller, 2010), pp. 191-192, 291.

• Comments, in: Geiger, Rudolf (ed.), Neuere Probleme der parlamentarischen Legitimation im Bereich der auswärtigen Gewalt) Baden-Baden: Nomos, 2003), p. 60.

• LL.M. Studium an der University of Cambridge (Wolfson College) nicht nur für Referendare [LL.M. Studies at Cambridge University (Wolfson College) not only for Graduates], Juristische Schulung [Legal Training], 31 (1991), pp. 522-524.

V. Buchbesprechungen/Book reviews

• Hoffmeister, F., Legal Aspects of the Cyprus Problem: Annan Plan and EU Accession, Leiden: Martinus Nijhoff, 2006, in: Common Market Law Review, 44 (2007), pp. 1542-1544.

• Marston, G. (ed.), United Kingdom Materials on International Law 1975-2001, Version 1.0 on CD-ROM, in: Law Quarterly Review, 121 (2005), pp. 697-701.

• Mani, V.S., Basic Principles of Modern International Law, New Delhi: Lancers Books, 1993, in: International and Comparative Law Quarterly, 44 (1995), pp. 241-242.

VI. Herausgeberschaften/Editorships

• Series co-editor, Oxford Monographs in International Law, Oxford University Press (2008-2017) (with Professors Catherine Redgwell and Dan Sarooshi).

• Series editor, Documents in International Law, Hart Publishing (2005-).

• Series co-editor, Studien zum Seevölkerrecht und zur maritimen Sicherheit - Studies on the Law of the Sea and Maritime Security, Duncker & Humblot (2014 -)(with Professor Heintschel von Heinegg)

• Member, Editorial Board of the book series Convivenza Umana e Diritto Internazionale / Human Society and International Law, Wolters Kluwer (2021–).

• Member, Editorial Board, Chinese Journal of International Law (2002-).

• Member, Editorial Board, New Zealand Yearbook of International Law (2006-).

• Member, Editorial Board, Anuario Mexicano de Derecho Internacional (2009-).

• Member, Editorial Board, Journal of Yeditepe University Faculty of Law (2010-).

• Member, Peer Review Board, German Yearbook of International Law (2010-).

• Member, Editorial Board, Journal of European and International Affairs [Pristina] (2012-).

• Member, Editorial Board, Zeitschrift für Europäisches Umwelt- und Planungsrecht [Journal for European Environmental and Planning Law] (2013-). 

• Member, Editorial Advisory Council, Soochow Law Journal (2013-)

• Member, Editorial Advisory Board, Chinese (Taiwan) Yearbook of International Law and Affairs (2013-)