Christopher Morris, “Sovereignty,” Encyclopedia of Utilitarianism, edited by James E. Crimmins and Douglas G. Long. London and New York: Continuum Press, forthcoming.
Christopher Morris, “The Modern State,” The Handbook on Political Theory, edited by Gerald Gaus and Chandran Kukathas. London: Sage Publications, 2004, pp. 198-209.
Thomas Hobbes, Leviathan, ed. Edwin Curley. Indianapolis: Hackett Publishing Company, 1994. Chapters 18, 21, and 28.
Jean-Jacques Rousseau, The Social Contract, trans. and ed. Donald A. Cress. Hackett Publishing Company, Inc., 2011. (Excerpted: Book I, Chapter 7.)
David Gauthier, Notes on Sovereignty. [Abstract]
Claire Finkelstein, “Rational Contractarianism and International Law.” (Excerpted) [Paper]
Sanford Levinson, “Divided Loyalties: The Problem of Dual Sovereignty and Constitutional Faith.” [Paper]
Keynote Address: Mary Ellen O’Connell, “Sovereign Myths.“ [Abstract]
Eric Posner and Adrian Vermeule, Terror in the Balance: Security, Liberty and the Courts, “Introduction,” Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2007.
Memorandum for Alberto R. Gonzales, Counsel to the President, August 1, 2002 (written by John Yoo, signed by Jay Bybee) (Excerpted)
John Yoo, “The Continuation of Politics by Other Means,” California Law Review, Vol. 84, March 1996, No. 2. (Excerpted, pp. 241-256, 295-305)
John Yoo, War by Other Means, Atlantic Monthly Press, 2006. (Excerpted, pp 52-64)
Janet Alexander, “John Yoo’s War Powers: The Law Review and the World,” California Law Review, April 2012, Centenial Tribute Issue. (Excerpted, pp. 338-343, 347-352, 363-364)
Glenn Sulmasy and John Yoo “Challenges to Civilian Control of the Military: A Rational Choice Approach to the War on Terror,” UCLA Law Review, Vol. 54, Aug 2007, No. 6.
Sharon Anderson-Gold, “Terrorism and the Politics of Human Rights,” Social Philosophy Today, 2004.
Christopher Wellman, “Taking Human Rights Seriously,” Journal of Political Philosophy, 2012, (Excerpted, pp. 126-130.)
Jens Ohlin, “Disentangling the Unwilling or Unable Standard for Foreign Intervention.” [Abstract]
Dinner Keynote Address: Jeffrey Addicott, “Addressing the War on Terror Under the Rule of Law.” [Abstract]
Claire Finkelstein, “Secrecy, Targeted Killing and the Rule of Law.” [Abstract]
American Civil Liberties Union v. Central Intelligence Agency, U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit, Decided March 15, 2013.
Glenn Sulmasy, “Executive Power: The Last Thirty Years,” University of Pennsylvania International Law Journal, Volume 30, Summer 2009, No. 4.
Thomas Pogge, “Cosmopolitanism and Sovereignty,” Ethics Vol. 103 No. 1 (1992). (Excerpted, pp. 57 – 71.)
Anne-Marie Slaughter, “Disaggregated Sovereignty: Towards the Public Accountability of Global Government Networks,” Government & Opposition 2004, (Excerpted, pp.162-163, 174-190)
Keynote Address: Peter Galison, “Secrecy and the Centralization of Power.”
Clips from Secrecy, A film by Peter Galison and Rob Moss (2008). Website