As author

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

(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.