SWAINE, EDWARD



BOOKS


(With Franck, Thomas, Michael Glennon and Sean D. Murphy.) Foreign Relations and National Security Law: Cases, Materials and Simulations. 4th ed. St. Paul: Thomson/West, 2012. 


(With Franck, Thomas J., Michael J. Glennon, and Sean D. Murphy.) U.S. Foreign Relations Law: Cases, Materials, and Simulations. 4th ed. St. Paul: West Group, 2012. 


(With Drexl, Josef, et al.) More Common Ground for International Competition Law? Cheltenham; Northampton, MA: Edward Elgar, 2011. 



LAW REVIEW ARTICLES & CHAPTERS IN BOOKS


"Ersatz Treaties," 44 New York University Journal of International Law & Politics 833-850 (2012).


"Reservations," in The Oxford Guide to Treaties, p. 685-690. Edited by Duncan Hollis. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2012.


"Bespoke Custom," 21 Duke Journal of Comparative & International Law 207-220 (2010).

Available at http://www.law.duke.edu/journals/djcil/.


"Cooperation, Comity, and Competition Policy: United States," in Cooperation, Comity and Competition Policy. Edited by Andrew Guzman. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2010.


"The Political Economy of Youngstown," 83 Southern California Law Review 263-339 (2010).


"Medellin v. Texas: Presidential Power and International Tribunals," 6 Georgetown Journal of Law & Public Policy 129-190 (2008).


"Putting Missouri v. Holland on the Map." (Symposium: Return to Missouri v. Holland: Federalism and International Law.) 73 Missouri Law Review 1007-1028 (2008).


"Taking Care of Treaties," 108 Columbia Law Review 331-403 (2008).


"Hail, No: Changing the Chief Justice." (Symposium: The Chief Justice and the Institutional Judiciary.) 154 University of Pennsylvania Law Review 1709-1729 (2006).


"Reserving." 31 Yale Journal of International Law 307-366 (2006).


"Perspectives on Empagran." The Antitrust Source (2004). (Available at http://www.abanet.org/antitrust/source/09-04/Sep04Empagran.pdf).


"Resisting Delegations." 98 American Society of International Law Proceedings 343-346 (2004).


"The Constitutionality of International Delegations." 104 Columbia Law Review1492-1614 (2004).


"Against Principled Antitrust." 43 Virginia Journal of International Law 959-1001 (2003).


"Does Federalism Constrain the Treaty Power?" 103 Columbia Law Review 403-533 (2003).


"Unsigning." 55 Stanford Law Review 2061-2089 (2003).


"'Competition, Not Competitors,' Nor Canards: Ways of Criticizing the Commission." 23 University of Pennsylvania Journal of International Economic Law 597-635 (2002).


"Rational Custom." 52 Duke Law Journal 559-627 (2002).


"Crosby as Foreign Relations Law." 41 Virginia Journal of International Law 481-508 (2001).


"The Local Law of Global Antitrust." 43 William & Mary Law Review 627-785 (2001).


"The Undersea World of Foreign Relations Federalism." 2 Chicago Journal of International Law 337-354 (2001).


"Negotiating Federalism: State Bargaining and the Dormant Treaty Power." 49 Duke Law Journal 1127-1278 (2000).


"Subsidiarity and Self-Interest: Federalism at the European Court of Justice." 41 Harvard International Law Journal 1-128 (2000).


"The Triumph of Local Politics?" 93 American Society of International Law Proceedings 247-249 (1999).


"Pre-Deliberations, Juror Misconduct, Evidential Incompetence, and Juror Responsibility." (Student Note). 98 Yale Law Journal 187-206 (1988).



BOOK REVIEWS


"Restoring (and Risking) Interest in International Law." Review of The Limits of International Law, by Jack L. Goldsmith & Eric A. Posner. 100 American Journal of International Law 259-266 (2006).


 Review of The Expanding Role of State and Local Governments in U.S. Foreign Affairs, by Earl H. Fry. 30 Publius: The Journal of Federalism 249-253 (2000).