As author

(With Katharin Tai) “A historical explanation of Chinese cybersovereignty“, International Relations of the Asia-Pacific, lcab009 (advance article).

Suzerainty, Semi-Sovereignty, and International Legal Hierarchies on China’s Borderlands“, Asian Journal of International Law 10 (2) (July 2020), 293-329).

Putting Royal Assent in Doubt? One Implication of the Supreme Court’s Prorogation Judgment. London: Policy Exchange, 2019.

Myanmar“, Foreign Law Guide, Marci Hoffman (ed.). Leiden: Brill, 2018.

“Canada—a new framework for the right to be tried within a reasonable time, R. v Jordan [2016] SCC 27″, Public Law (July 2017), 520-522.

As editor

(with Tuuli-Anna Huikuri) “Redrawing the Boundaries of International Law”, special issue of St Antony’s International Review 14(1) (May 2018).

(with M Gehring, A Wardell, E Kassongo, and J Nadeau) CIFOR-UNIKIS-CISDL Sustainable Landscapes Law and Governance Info Brief Series (Montreal: Centre for International Sustainable Development Law, 2015).

Media & Commentary

What is the point of kicking Russia out of the UN Security Council?“, The Telegraph, 4 March 2022

How the Charter of Rights let Canada down“, UnHerd, 18 February 2022

(with Kerry Sun) “Ontario teachers should be required to know basic math—even if it takes the notwithstanding clause to do it“, The Hub, 4 January 2022.

Even under Dominic Raab’s ‘British Bill of Rights’, Strasbourg reigns supreme“, The Daily Telegraph, 15 December 2021.

Parliament can — and should — override judges“, UnHerd, 6 December 2021

There’s nothing new about selling honours“, UnHerd, 8 November 2021.

The squalid world of Justin Trudeau“, UnHerd, 20 September 2021

Life of the partyMekong Review, August 2021

Good riddance to the Fixed-term Parliaments Act“, ConservativeHome, 14 December 2020

China imaginedMekong Review, November 2020

The small matter of Britain’s interest in China“, The Critic, 11 June 2020.

The Supreme Court: Options for Change“, UK Constitutional Law Blog, 8 June 2020.

Hong Kongers’ Route to Britishness Winds Through the Ruins of Empire“, Foreign Policy, 3 June 2020.