LAW REVIEW ARTICLES & CHAPTERS IN BOOKS
"The Place of Human Rights in Investor-State Arbitration," 17 Lewis & Clark Law Review 423-447 (2013).
Available at: http://law.lclark.edu/live/files/14084-lcb172art2karamanianpdf.
"Human Rights Dimensions of Investment Law," Hierarchy in International Law: The Place of Human Rights. Ed. By Erika De Wet and Jure Vidmar. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2012.
"International Decisions, Compania de Aquas del Aconquija S.A. & Vivendi Universal S.A. v. Argentine Republic," 105 American Journal of International Law 553-560 (2011).
"Dispute Settlement under NAFTA Chapter 11 : A Response to the Critics in the United States," in The Sword and the Scales : The United States and International Courts and Tribunals, p. 395-418. Edited by Cesare P. R. Romano. Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 2009.
"Briefly Resuscitating the Great Writ: The International Court of Justice and the U.S. Death Penalty." 69 Albany Law Review 745 (2006).
"Introductory Note to the Decision of the Oklahoma Court of Criminal Appeals: Osbaldo Torres v. The State of Oklahoma." 43 International Legal Materials 1225-1226 (2004).
"Is Saddam Hussein or International Law on Trial in Iraq?" in Conference Papers, The Current Situation in Iraq: The Legal Consequences 394. Kuwait City: Kuwait University Faculty of Law, 2004.
"Overstating the 'Americanization' of International Arbitration: Lessons from ICSID." 19 Ohio State Journal on Dispute Resolution 5 (2003).
"'Plaintiff's Diplomacy': A Review of the Issues." Proceedings of the 96th Annual Meeting of the American Society of International Law 156 (2002).
"The Imposition of the Death Penalty is 'Fraught with Error': Where do we go from Here?" (Panel Discussion at ABA Annual Meeting in New York, July 10, 2000). 4 New York City Law Review 229-258 (2002).
"The Road to the Tribunal and Beyond: International Commercial Arbitration and United States Courts." 34 George Washington International Law Review 17-100 (2002).
"The U.S. Death Penalty under International Scrutiny: Lessons from Ottawa, Strasbourg, and The Hague." in Globalism: People, Profits and Progress: Proceedings of the 30th Annual Conference of the Canadian Council on International Law, Ottawa, October 18-20, 2001. 76. The Hague: Kluwer Law International, 2002.
"Fighting the Texas Habeas Battles." The American Oxonian 148 (Spring 1998).
"New Challenges for the American Lawyer in International Human Rights." 55 Washington & Lee Law Review 757-772 (1998).
"Victims' Rights and the Death-Sentenced Inmate: Some Observations and Thoughts." 29 St. Mary's Law Journal 1025-1035 (1998).
"Economic Relations between Japan and North America: A Challenge to the International Legal System." in Trilateral Perspectives on International Legal Issues: Relevance of Domestic Law & Policy 283, edited by Michael K. Young & Yuji Iwasawa. Irvington, NY: Transnational Publishers, 1995.
"Venue." in Federal Practice Guide--Pre-Trial Civil Procedure, edited by George P. Kazen, James L. Blanton & Harry M. Reasoner. Rochester, NY: Lawyers Cooperative, 1996.
"Legal Aspects of the Sino-British Draft Agreement on the Future of Hong Kong." 20 Texas International Law Journal 167-188 (1985).
Review of The American Society of International Law's First Century: 1906-2006, by Frederic L. Kirgis. 102 Amercian Journal of International Law 384-390 (2008).
Review of India and International Law, ed. by Bimal N. Patel. 101 American Journal of International Law 538-544 (2007).
Review of An International Antitrust Primer, by Mark R. Joelson. 96 American Journal of International Law 1012-1015 (2002).