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Barzilai, Gad. "A Comment on Humanitarian Interventions", in Thomas Eger, Stefan Oeter, Stefan Voigt (eds.), The International Law and the Rule of Law Under Extreme Conditions, Mohr Siebeck (2017)

Barzilai, Gad. "Constitutionalism of Nation Building and Justice Deconstruction" Tel Aviv Law Journal40    (2017) pp. 471-492 

Bar‐Siman‐Tov, Ittai. "Temporary legislation, better regulation, and experimentalist governance: An empirical study." Regulation & Governance 12, no. 2 (2018): 192-219.

Bjørnskov, Christian, and Stefan Voigt. "The architecture of emergency constitutions." International Journal of Constitutional Law 16, no. 1 (2018): 101-127.

Brot, Rivka. “Conflicting Jurisdictions: The Struggle of the Jews in the Displaced Persons Camps for Legal Autonomy”, (2017) Dapim: Studies on the Holocaust, 31:3, 171-199. To link to this article:

Bjørnskov, Christian and Voigt, Stefan, More Power to Government = More People Killed? – On Some Unexpected Effects of Constitutional Emergency Provisions during Natural Disasters (June 3, 2018). Available at SSRN: or

Bjørnskov, Christian, and Stefan Voigt. “When Does Terror Induce a State of Emergency? And What Are the Effects?” Journal of Conflict Resolution, (2019)

Bjørnskov, Christian, and Stefan Voigt. (2018). “Why do governments call a state of emergency? On the determinants of using emergency onstitutions”. European Journal of Political Economy, 54, 110-123.

Bjornskov, Christian, and Stefan Voigt. "Dealing with Disaster: Analyzing the Emergency Constitutions of the US States." Ariz. St. LJ 49 (2017): 883.
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Bjørnskov, Christian, and Stefan Voigt. "Why Do Governments Call a State of Emergency?–On the Determinants of Using Emergency Constitutions." (2017). ( available at: (R&R with European Journal of Political Economy))

Bjørnskov, Christian, and Stefan Voigt. “Notstandsverfassungen – Wer hat sie, wer nutzt sie und wem nützen sie?”; Kriminalwissenschaften in Theorie und Praxis, Frankfurt: Verlag für Polizeiwissenschaft (2017).

Bjørnskov, Christian, and Stefan Voigt, "The Determinants of Emergency Constitutions.” (November 30, 2015). Available at SSRN: (Forthcoming in International Journal of Constitutional Law 2018)

Davidson, Natalie R. "Shifting the Lens on Alien Tort Statute Litigation: Narrating US Hegemony in Filártiga and Marcos." European Journal of International Law 28.1 (2017): 147-172.

Davidson, Natalie R., "Alien Tort Statute Litigation and Transitional Justice: Bringing the Marcos Case back to the Philippines". International Journal of Transitional Justice (2017) ijx006

Davidson, Natalie R. "Shifting the Lens on Alien Tort Statute Litigation: Narrating US Hegemony in Filártiga and Marcos." European Journal of International Law 28.1 (2017): 147-172.

Eger,Thomas, Stefan Oeter, Stefan Voigt (eds.), The International Law and the Rule of Law Under Extreme Conditions, Mohr Siebeck (2017), pp. 3-56

Eger, Thomas, Stefan Oeter, and Stefan Voigt (eds.), International Law and the Rule of Law under Extreme Conditions: An Economic Perspective. Contributions to the XIVth Travemünde Symposium on the Economic Analysis of Law (March 27–29, 2014). Mohr Siebeck (2017).

Feinberg, Myriam, States of emergency in France and Israel – terrorism, “permanent emergencies”, and democracy. Zeitschrift für Politikwissenschaft (2018): 28(4), 495-506.
(DOI : 10.1007/s41358-018-0147-y)

Feinberg, Myriam, "Terrorist and Refugee in the Mediterranean – A European Dilemma," Journal of Levantine Studies 8, no. 2, Winter 2018: 163-188.

Feinberg, Myriam, "The Legality of the International Coalition against ISIS: The Fluidity of International Law", JUSTICE 57, Winter 2015 – 2016, p.24

Feinberg, Myriam, Laura Niada-Avshalom, and Brigit Toebes (eds), National Security, Public Health: Exceptions to Human Rights? (Abingdon:  Routledge, 2016)

Feinberg, Myriam, Sovereignty in the Age of Global Terrorism: The Role of International Organisations, (Nijhoff Law Specials 91, Brill Publishers, June 2016).

Feinberg, Myriam, "Terrorism inside out: Legislating for Humanity to Cooperate against Terrorism." NCJ Int'l L. 42 (2016): 505.‏

Feinberg, Myriam, "International Counterterrorism – National Security and Human Rights: Conflicts of Norms or Checks and Balances?" International Journal of Human Rights, Special Issue, Volume 19, Number 4, 2015.

Gutmann, Jerg, Katharina Pfaff, and Stefan Voigt. "Banking crises and human rights." Applied Economics Letters 24, no. 19 (2017): 1374-1377.

Gutmann, Jerg, and Stefan Voigt. "The Heterogeneous Effects of Natural Disasters on Human Rights." (2017). (. Available at:

Harašta, Jakub. "Legally critical: Defining critical infrastructure in an interconnected world." International Journal of Critical Infrastructure Protection 21 (2018): 47-56.

Hofnung, Menachem, “The Price of Counterterrorism Information Gathering: Intelligence Informers in the Israeli Courts” Mishpat U'Mimshal, [Law and Government in Israel], 18 (2017). [Hebrew]

מנחם הופנונג, מחיר המידע: קליטה ושיקום של סייעני מערכת הבטחון בערי ישראל, משפט וממשל יח, (תשע"ז)  (קישור ישיר כאן)

Horovitz, Sigall. "International Criminal Courts in Actions: The ICTR's Effect on Death Penalty and Reconciliation in Rwanda." Geo. Wash. Int'l L. Rev. 48 (3) (2015): 505.

Horovitz, Sigall, “The Or Commission and the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict: A Transitional Justice Moment in Comparative Perspective”, Law, Society and Culture (March, 2017) 251-289 (Hebrew)

 סיגל הורוביץ, צדק מַעֲברי בהיעדר מעבר: ועדת אור והשסע האתנו-לאומי בישראל. משפט, חברה ותרבות (2017) 251-289 (קישור ישיר כאן)

Jeßberger F. & Geneuss J. (eds.), Syria, International Criminal Justice, and the International, Impartial and Independent Mechanism, Symposium in the Journal of International Criminal Justice, Oxford University Press, Oxford 2017, Issue 15/2.

Jeßberger, F.; Implementing Kampala: The New Crime of Aggression under the German Code of Crimes against International Law, in M. Bohlander et al. (eds.), Justice Without Borders, Essays in Honour of Wolfgang Schomburg, Brill Nijhoff, The Hague 2018, 180.

Jeßberger, Florian, “Much ado about nothing? Reflections on the present state of international criminal law”, Hamburg Law Review (2016), 53-66.

Jeßberger, Florian, “Piracy, Terrorism, and Mercenarism: Reflections on the Malabo Protocol and Regional Jurisdiction over Transnational Crime”, in: G. Werle, L. Fernandez und M. Vormbaum (Hrsg.), The African Criminal Court (The Hague: Asser Press), 2017, 71-88.

Jeßberger, Florian, “The Modern Doctrinal Debate on the Crime of Aggression”, in: C. Kreß & S. Barriga (Hrsg.), The Crime of Aggression - a Commentary (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press), 2016.

Jeßberger, Florian, “Corporate Involvement in Slavery and Criminal Responsibility under International Law”, Journal of International Criminal Justice 14 (2016), 327-341.

Jubran Ballan, Suha, "Investment Treaty Arbitration and Institutional Backgrounds: An Empirical Study."Wisconsin International law Journal  34 (2016): 31

Kelemen, Bence Kis, “Targeted killing, armed drones and the international law of use of force”. Scientific Proceedings of Guram Tavartkiladze Tbilisi Teaching University, Vol. 8. No. 1. pp. 15-26

Kilovaty, Ido. "World Wide Web of Exploitations-The Case of Peacetime Cyber Espionage Operations under International Law: Towards a Contextual Approach." Colum. Sci. & Tech. L. Rev. 18 (2016): 42.

Kilovaty, Ido, "ICRC, NATO and the U.S. – Direct Participation in Hacktivities – Targeting Private Contractors and Civilians in Cyberspace under International Humanitarian Law", Duke Law and Technology Review 15 (2016): 1-1

Kilovaty, Ido, Virtual Violence - Disruptive Cyberspace Operations as "Attacks" Under International Humanitarian Law, 23 Mich. Telecomm. & Tech. L. Rev. 113 (2016). Available at:

Lemke,Matthias, Demokratie im Ausnahmezustand. Wie Regierungen ihre Macht ausweiten . Campus Verlag GmbH, Frankfurt/New York, 2017

Loevy, Karin, Emergencies in public law: The legal politics of containment. Cambridge University Press, 2016

Lurie, Guy, “What is Modern in the State of Exception?” Journal on European History of Law, 8 (June 2017): 50-57.

Lurie, Guy, “French Citizenship and the Uprisings of 1380-1383”.The Medieval Chronicle, X (May 2016): 119-140.

Lurie, Guy, “Medieval Emergencies and the Contemporary Debate,” Athens Journal of Law,1 (January 2015).

Lurie, Guy, “Citizenship in Late Medieval Champagne: The Towns of Châlons, Reims, and Troyes (1417 – c. 1435),” French Historical Studies, 38:3 (2015): 365-390.‏.

Lurie, Guy, “Appointment of Arab Judges to the Courts in Israel” Mishpat U'Mimshal, [Law and Government in Israel], 16 (2015): 307-315- [Hebrew].  

לוריא, גיא, מינוי שופטים ערביים לבתי המשפט בישראל. משפט וממשל ט"ז, 307-315 (תשע"ה)

Mačák,Kubo, "Decoding Article 8 of the International Law Commission’s Articles on State Responsibility: Attribution of Cyber Operations by Non-State Actors." Journal of Conflict and Security Law 21.3 (2016): 405-428.‏

Oeter, Stafan. The Kurds between Discrimination, Autonomy and Self-Determination, in: Peter Hilpold (ed.), Autonomy and Self-Determination: Between Legal Assertions and Utopian Aspirations, Cheltenham: Edward Elgar, 2018, pp. 208-246.

Oeter, Stafan. Legitimationsfragen rechtserhaltender Gewalt im globalen Staatensystem. Eine völkerrechtliche Perspektive, in: Sarah Jäger/Arnulf von Scheliha (Hrsg.), Recht in der Bibel und in kirchlichen Traditionen (Frieden und Recht Bd.1), Wiesbaden: Springer VS, (2018) pp. 96-119.

Oeter, Stafan. Der Ukraine-Konflikt und das Völkerrecht: Wie gelingt die Rückkehr zu einem völkerrechtskonformen Zustand, in: Heinz-Gerhard Justenhoven (Hg.) Kampf um die Ukraine: Ringen um Selbstbestimmung und geopolitische Interessen, Baden-Baden/Münster: Nomos/Aschendorff (2018) pp. 191-234.

Oeter, Stafan. “How to Deal with International Terrorism: Comment on Tim Krieger and Daniel Meierrieks”, in: Thomas Eger, Stefan Oeter, Stefan Voigt (eds.), The International Law and the Rule of Law Under Extreme Conditions, Mohr Siebeck (2017) pp 249-264.

Oeter, Stafan. Die friedensethische Bedeutung der Kategorie Recht, in: Ines-Jacqueline Werkner/Klaus Ebeling (Hg.), Handbuch Friedensethik, Wiesbaden: Springer VS, 2017, S. 139-151.

Roznai, Yaniv. “Constituent Powers, Amendment Powers and Popular Sovereignty: Linking Unamendability and Amendment Procedures”, in The Foundations and Traditions of Constitutional Amendment (Richard Albert, Xenophon Contiadesand Alkmene Fotiado eds., Hart Publishing, 2017), 23-49.

Roznai, Yaniv. "Necrocracy or Democracy? Assessing Objections to Constitutional Unamendability." In An Unamendable Constitution?, pp. 29-61. Springer, Cham, 2018.

Roznai, Yaniv. “‘We the People’, ‘Oui, the People’ and the Collective Body: Perceptions of Constituent Power”, in Comparative Constitutional theory 295- 316 (Gary Jacobsohn and Miguel Schor eds., Edward Elger, 2018).

Roznai, Yaniv. Unconstitutional Constitutional Amendments – The Limits of Amendment Powers (Oxford University Press, 2017) [Oxford Constitutional Theory Series].

Roznai, Yaniv. “Constituent Powers, Amendment Powers and Popular Sovereignty: Linking Unamendability and Amendment Procedures”, in The Foundations and Traditions of Constitutional Amendment 23-49 (Richard Albert, Xenophon Contiades and Alkmene Fotiado eds., Hart Publishing, 2017).

Roznai,Yaniv, "Unamendability and The Genetic Code of The Constitution", 27(2) European Review of Public Law (ERPL/REDP) (summer/été 2015): 775-825 

Roznai,Yaniv, Book Review: Sofia Ranchordas, "Constitutional Sunsets and Experimental Legislation, Edward Elgar, 2014", American Journal of Comparative Law 64 (2016):790-794

Roznai,Yaniv, "The Insecurity of Human Security", 32(1) Wisconsin International Law Journal 95-141 (2014).

Roznai,Yaniv, "‘A Bird is Known by its Feathers’ – On The Importance and Complexities of Definitions in Legislation", 2(2) The Theory and Practice of Legislation (formerLegisprudence) 145-169 (2014). 

Roznai,Yaniv, and Silvia Suteu, “The Eternal Territory? On Ukraine’s Unamendable Provision and Territorial Integrity”, 16(3) German Law Journal 542-580 (2015)

Roznai,Yaniv, and Karin Peer Fridman, “Revolutionary Lawyering”, 11 Hamishpat 303-344 (2015) [Hebrew]

רוזנאי, יניב וקארין פאר-פרידמן, עריכת דין מהפכנית המשפט (תשע"ה)

Roznai,Yaniv, and Nadiv Mordechay. "Access to Justice 2.0: Access to legislation and beyond."The Theory and Practice of Legislation3.3 (2015): 333-369.

Roznai,Yaniv, and Hillel Sommer, “’Mother of all Rights’: the constitutional Right to Life”, 19 Mishpat VeAsakim 626-537 (August 2016) (Hebrew)

Roznai,Yaniv, Unconstitutional Constitutional Amendments: The Limits of Amendment Powers. Oxford University Press, 2017.

רוזנאי, יניב והלל סומר, "אם כל הזכויות": הזכות החוקתית לחיים, משפט ועסקים יט, תשע"ו (אוגוסט 2016) 626–537 .

Rubinfeld Dan and Michal S. Gal, “Access Barriers to Big Data” 59(2) Arizona L. Rev. (2017)

Saliternik, Michal , Reducing the Price of Peace: The Human Rights Responsibilities of Third Party Facilitators, 48 Vanderbilt Journal of Transnational Law 179 (2015).

Salzberger, Eli M. Counter-Terrorism Law and the Rule of Law Under Extreme Conditionds: Theoretical Insights and the Experience of Israel, in Julie Alix and Oliver Cagn (eds.), L’hypothese De La Gueree Contre Le Terrorism: Implications Juridiques, Paris: Dalloz, 2017, pp. 43-62.

Salzberger, Eli M., “The Rule of Law in International Law and Extreme Conditions” in: Thomas Eger, Stefan Oeter, and Stefan Voigt (eds.), International Law and the Rule of Law under Extreme Conditions: An Economic Perspective. Contributions to the XIVth Travemünde Symposium on the Economic Analysis of Law (March 27–29, 2014). Mohr Siebeck (2017)

Salzberger, Eli M., La Legislation Antiterroriste Israelienne, 38 Archives de Politique Criminelle (2016) 189-226.

Salzberger, Eli, "The Rule of Law Under Extreme Conditions and International Law: A Law and Economics Perspective" (October 12, 2014). Available at SSRN: or

Shmueli, Deborah, Ehud Segal, Michal Ben Gal, Eran Feitelson and Amon Reichman (2019). "Earthquake readiness in volatile regions: the case of Israel”, Natural Hazards (?) 1-19.

Shmueli, Deborah, Michal Ben Gal, Ehud Segal, Amon Reichman and Eran Feitelson (2018). “How can regulatory systems be assessed? The case of earthquake preparedness in Israel”. Evaluation  25(1), 80-98.

Turkut, Emre (2018). “Accommodating Security Imperatives v. Protecting Fundamental Rights: The Challenge of States of Emergency in the Context of Countering Terrorism in Turkey”. Security and Human Rights 28(2018) 1-33.

Uerpmann-Wittzack, Robert, Evelyne Lagrange & Stefan Oeter, eds., Religion and International Law: Living Together, Leiden/Boston: Brill – Nijhoff, 2018, VII + 383 pp.

Veshi, Denard, Enkelejda Koka, and Carlo Venditti, ‘A New Law of Advance Directives in Italy: a critical legal analysis’. Journal of Law and Medicine 26.1 (2019):702-710.

Koka, Enkelejda and Veshi, Denard. “Irregular Migration by Sea: Interception and Rescue Intervention in Light of International Law and the EU Sea Borders Regulation”. European Journal of Migration and Law 21.1 (2019) 26-52.

Veshi, Denard, Enkelejda Koka, and Carlo Venditti, ‘The Importance of Legal Proxy in End-Of-Life Decisions in Some Western European Countries’ in Rivista Italiana di Medicina Legale e del Diritto in campo sanitario 3/2018, pp. 901- 915. (in Italian)

Veshi, Denard. “Long-Term Care in Some Western European Countries: The Role of Public and Private Sectors” Politica del diritto 48.4 (2017):721-740.

Veshi, Denard and Gerald Neitzke,"The Role of Legal Proxies in End-of- Life Decisions in Italy: A Comparison with Other Western European Countries". Journal of Law and Medicine 24.4 (2017): 959-969.

Veshi, Denard and Gerald Neitzke,"Council of Europe: Guide on the decision-making process regarding medical treatment in end-of- life situations". Medical Law International 16.1-2 (2016): 94-102.

Veshi, Denard, “The cost of long-term care in Italy: the role of the public and private sector”. Politica del diritto / a. XLVI, n. 2, giugno 2015 (Italian) 

Vitale, David. “A Trust Network Model for Social Rights Fulfilment”. Oxford Journal of Legal Studies, (2018) 38(4), 706-732.

Vitale, David. "Political Trust as the Basis for a Social Rights Enforcement Framework" (2018) 44(1) Queen's Law Journal 177.

Voigt, Stefan. (2018). “Contracting for Catastrophe: Legitimizing Emergency Constitutions by Drawing on Social Contract Theory”. Available at SSRN 

Werle, Gerhard & Florian Jeßberger, Völkerstrafrecht, 4. Auflage (Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck), 2016.

Yemini, Moran, The New Irony of Free Speech (September 11, 2018). Columbia Science and Technology Law Review, Vol. 20, 2019, Forthcoming. Available at SSRN:


Conferences Summaries

Round Tables February 17th 2014 Summary: Law and Emergencies in Israel (Hebrew)

סיכום כנס שולחנות עגולים, 17 בפברואר 2014: משפט ומצבי חירום בישראל

"In House" research working papers

Laws and Emergencies- A Comparative Overview - English version

Law and Emergencies - A Comparative Overview -  Mixed Hebrew + English version