American Society of International Law Benchbook on International Law (Diane Marie Amann ed. 2014) (chapters available online here)


Children,” in William A. Schabas, ed., The Cambridge Companion to International Criminal Law 253 (2016)

International Law and the Future of Peace,” 107th American Society of International Law Annual Meeting Proceedings 111 (2014)

ihl_proceedings_setPolitics and Prosecutions, from Katherine Fite to Fatou Bensouda,” in Elizabeth Andersen & David M. Crane, eds., Proceedings of the Fifth International Humanitarian Law Dialogs 7 (American Society of International Law, 2012)

“La Responsabilité et la Cour pénale internationale” (“Responsibility and the International Criminal Court”), in Mireille Delmas-Marty & Stephen Breyer, eds., Internationalisation du droit: Pathologie ou métamorphose de l’ordre juridique ? (The Internationalization of Law: Pathology or Metamorphosis of the Legal Order?) (forthcoming 2014). Paper available in French and English at SSRN.

jdLa Justice militaire et les Juridictions d’exception aux États-Unis” (“Military Justice and Special Tribunals in the United States”), in Élisabeth Lambert Abdelgawad, ed., Juridictions militaires et tribunaux d’exception en mutation : Perspectives comparées et internationales (Military Courts and Special Tribunals in Flux: Comparative and International Perspectives) 265 (Éditions des archives contemporaines, 2007)

Le changement climatique et la sécurité humaine” (“Climate Change and Human Security”), in Mireille Delmas-Marty & Stephen Breyer, eds., Regards croisés sur l’internationalisation du droit : France-États-Unis (Cross-Cutting Considerations of the Internationalization of Law: France-United States) 239 (Société de législation comparée, 2009). English version.

Le zoo du droit” (“Law’s Zoo”) (trans. Emmanuel Breen), in Mireille Delmas-Marty & Stephen Breyer, eds., Regards croisés sur l’internationalisation du droit : France-États-Unis (Cross-Cutting Considerations of the Internationalization of Law: France-United States) 253 (Société de législation comparée, 2009)

“‘The Only Thing Left Is Justice’: Cherif Bassiouni, Saddam Hussein, and the Quest for Impartiality in International Criminal Law,” in Leila Nadya Sadat & Michael P. Scharf, eds., The Theory and Practice of International Criminal Law. Essays in Honor of M. Cherif Bassiouni 365 (Brill, 2008)

atrocitiesImpartiality Deficit and International Criminal Judging,” in William A. Schabas, Ramesh Thakur & Edel Hughes, eds., Atrocities and International Accountability: Beyond Transitional Justice 208 (United Nations University Press, 2007)

La bonne fortune de l’humanité” (“Humanity’s Good Fortune”), in Mireille Delmas-Marty et les années UMR (Mireille Delmas-Marty and the UMR Years) 103 (Société de législation comparée, 2005)

The International Criminal Court and the Sovereign State,” in Ige F. Dekker & Wouter G. Werner, eds., Global Governance and International Legal Theory 185 (Martinus Nijhoff Publishers, 2004)

Dialogue entre chercheurs de différentes traditions juridiques. Une perspective américaine” (“Dialogue among Researchers from Different Legal Traditions: An American Perspective”), in Mireille Delmas-Marty, Horatia Muir-Watt & Hélène Ruiz Fabri, eds., Variations autour d’un droit commun. Actes des  prémières rencontres de l’UMR de droit comparé de Paris (Variations around a Common Law: Proceedings of the First Conference of the Interdisciplinary Research Unit of Comparative Law, Paris) 363 (Société de législation comparée, 2002)


The Child Rights Convention and International Criminal Justice,” 84 Nordic Journal of International Law 248 (2015)

The Post-Postcolonial Woman or Child,” 30 American University International Law Review 41 (2015) ((reprinted in American Society of International Law Annual Meeting Proceedings (2014)))

Children and the First Verdict of the International Criminal Court,” 12 Washington University Global Studies Law Review 411 (2013)

A Janus Look at International Criminal Justice,” 11 Northwestern Journal of International Human Rights 5 (2013)

John Paul Stevens, Originalist,” 106 Northwestern University Law Review 743 (2012)

Cecelia Goetz, Woman at Nuremberg,” 11 International Criminal Law Review 607 (2011) (part of a special issue presenting essays on “Women and International Criminal Law,” dedicated to the Honorable Patricia M. Wald, table of contents here, for which Diane Marie Amann, Jaya Ramji-Nogales, and Beth Van Schaack served as Editors-in-Chief, and Kathleen A. Doty as Executive Editor)

JPSposter2-9-09[1]John Paul Stevens and Equally Impartial Government,” 43 University of California Davis Law Review 885 (2010)

The Course of True Human Rights Progress Never Did Run Smooth,” 21 Harvard Human Rights Journal 171 (2008)

Les Commissions militaires aux États-Unis” (“Military Commissions in the United States”), 29 Archives de politique criminelle 215 (2007)

Punish or Surveil,” 16 Transnational Law and Contemporary Problems 873 (2007)

International Law and Rehnquist-Era Reversals,” 94 Georgetown Law Journal 1319 (2006) (cited in In re South African Apartheid Litigation, 617 F. Supp. 228, 252 n.111 (S.D.N.Y. 2009))

John Paul Stevens, Human Rights Judge,” 74 Fordham Law Review 1569 (2006)

Abu Ghraib,” 153 University of Pennsylvania Law Review 2085 (2005) (named Article of the Year in International Criminal Law by the American National Section of the International Association of Penal Law)

Guantánamo,” 42 Columbia Journal of Transnational Law 263 (2004) (excerpted in Anthony D’Amato & Jennifer Abbassi, International Law Today 218-221 (Thomson/West 2006))

‘Raise the Flag and Let It Talk’: On the Use of External Norms in Constitutional Decision-Making,” 2 International Journal of Constitutional Law 597 (2004)

Le dispositif américain de lutte contre le terrorisme” (“The U.S. Campaign Against Terrorism”), Revue de science criminelle et de droit pénal comparé 745 (no. 4-2002) (abridged version published in Italian as “Le leggi americane contro il terrorismo,” Critica del diritto 27 (Emanuela Fronza translator) (no. 1-2003))

Group Mentality, Expressivism, and Genocide,” 2 International Criminal Law Review 93 (2002)

The United States of America and the International Criminal Court,” 50 American Journal of Comparative Law (Supplement) 381 (2002) (coauthored with M.N.S. Sellers)

Calling Children to Account: The Proposal for a Juvenile Chamber in the Special Court for Sierra Leone,” 29 Pepperdine Law Review 167 (2002)

Message As Medium in Sierra Leone,” 7 ILSA Journal of International and Comparative Law 237 (2001)

Capital Punishment: Corporate Criminal Liability for Gross Violations of Human Rights,” 24 Hastings International and Comparative Law Review 327 (2001)

Under Deconstruction: International Criminal Law in a Postmodern World,” 3 Green Bag 2d 369 (2000)

Harmonic Convergence? Constitutional Criminal Procedure in an International Context,” 75 Indiana Law Journal 809 (2000) (excerpted in Norman Dorsen, Michel Rosenfeld, András Sajó & Susanne Baer, Comparative Constitutionalism 1044-45 (West Group 2003))

Spotting Money Launderers: A Better Way to Fight Organized Crime?,” 27 Syracuse Journal of International Law and Commerce 199 (2000)

A Whipsaw Cuts Both Ways: The Privilege Against Self-Incrimination in an International Context,” 45 UCLA Law Review 1201 (1998) (cited in United States v. Balsys, 524 U.S. 666, 695 n.16 (1998); United States v. Lombera-Camorlinga, 206 F.2d 882, 886 (9th Cir. 2000); Sorto v. State, 173 S.W.3d 469, 484 n.57 (Tex. Cr. App. 2005))

The U.S.-U.K. Supplementary Extradition Treaty and the Political Offense Exception,” 31 International Lawyer 622 (1997)

The Supreme Court’s Decision to Recognize a Psychotherapist Privilege in Jaffee v. Redmond, 116 S. Ct. 1923 (1996): The Meaning of the Term ‘Experience’ and the Role of ‘Reason’ under Federal Rule of Evidence 501,” 65 University of Cincinnati Law Review 1019 (1997) (coauthored with Edward J. Imwinkelried) (cited in In re Hotels Nevada, 458 B.R. 560, 569 (Bkrtcy. D. Nev. 2011))

Publicker Industries v. Cohen: Public Access to Civil Proceedings and a Corporation’s Right to Privacy,” 80 Northwestern University Law Review 1319 (1986) (student note)


Book Review: Jess Bravin, Terror Courts: Rough Justice at Guantanamo Bay,” 95 International Review of the Red Cross 467 (2014)

Book Review: Mark A. Drumbl, Reimagining Child Soldiers in International Law and Policy,” 107 American Journal of International Law 724 (2013)

Compte rendu (Book Review): Jean-François Roulot, Le Crime contre l’humanité,” Revue de science criminelle et de droit pénal comparé 959 (no. 4-2003)

Book Review: William A. Schabas, Genocide in International Law,” 95 American Journal of International Law 739 (2001)


Convening Experts on Children and International Criminal Justice,” 43 Georgia Journal of International and Comparative Law 585 (2015)

Securing Child Rights in Time of Conflict,” 22 ILSA Journal of International & Comparative Law 483 (2016)

Distinction with a Difference,” in “Same or Different? Bush and Obama Administration Approaches to Fighting Terrorists,” in 104 American Society of International Law Proceedings 280 (American Society of International Law, 2011) (edited remarks from plenary presentation at 2010 annual meeting)

Portraits of Women at Nuremberg,” in Elizabeth Andersen & David M. Crane, eds., Proceedings of the Third International Humanitarian Law Dialogs 31 (American Society of International Law, 2010)

Slave Trafficking As Crime Against Humanity,” 101 American Society of International Law Proceedings 277 (American Society of International Law, 2007)

Trying Enemy Combatants,” 5 Santa Clara Journal of International Law 268, 286 (2007) (panel discussion)

Unipolar Disorder: A European Perspective on U.S. Security Strategy,” 27 Hastings Journal of International and Comparative Law 447 (2004)

Foreword,” 11 University of California, Davis, Journal of International Law and Policy 1 (2004) (publishing papers from symposium entitled “Rethinking Reconstruction After Iraq”)

Assessing International Criminal Adjudication of Human Rights Atrocities,” Third World Legal Studies 169 (2000-2003)

The Rights of the Accused in a Global Enforcement Arena,” 6 ILSA Journal of International and Comparative Law 555 (2000)


International Decisions: Obligations Concerning Negotiations Relating to Cessation of the  Nuclear Arms Race and to Nuclear Disarmament,” 111 American Journal of International Law 439 (2017)

International Decisions: Prosecutor v. Lubanga,” 106 American Journal of International Law 809 (2012)

L’Affaire Hamdan” (“The Hamdan Case”), Revue de science criminelle et de droit pénal comparé 907 (no. 4-2006)

Le Transnationalisme face à la transition” (“Transnationalism Confronts Transition”), Revue de science criminelle et de droit pénal comparé 967 (no. 4-2005) (note on developments in U.S. constitutional and criminal law)

L’Imposition du contrôle judiciaire sur la politique de la détention exécutive” (“The Imposition of Judicial Supervision over Executive Detention Policy”), Revue de science criminelle et de droit pénal comparé 987 (no. 4-2004) (translation aided by Mathieu Jacquelin) (note on Supreme Court’s detention trilogy)

Une Haute Cour globalisée” (“A Globalized Supreme Court”), Revue de science criminelle et de droit pénal comparé 927 (no. 4-2003) (note on usage of foreign law in Lawrence and Bollinger)

Informations: Droit américain” (“Developments: American Law”), Revue de science criminelle et de droit pénal comparé 441 (no. 2-2003) (note on lower court decisions in Hamdi and Padilla)

International Decisions: Prosecutor v. Kupreškić,” 96 American Journal of International Law 439 (2002)

International Decisions: Prosecutor v. Akayesu,” 93 American Journal of International Law 195 (1999)

International Decisions: United States v. Balsys,” 92 American Journal of International Law 759 (1998) (excerpted in David Luban, David P. Stewart & Julie O’Sullivan, International Criminal Law (2008))

policy_coverengContribution as Expert

International Criminal Court Office of the Prosecutor Policy on Children (November 2016) (assisted in preparation of Policy, available in Arabic, English, French, Spanish, and Swahili, through service as Prosecutor’s Special Adviser on Children in & affected by Armed Conflict)

Manuscripts at SSRN

Interrogation Paradigm, or A Prince Unclothed” (September 18, 2006, manuscript)

Saddam Hussein and the Impartiality Deficit in International Criminal Justice” (September 24, 2005, manuscript)

nimjAmicus Briefs

Coauthor, Brief Amicus Curiae of the National Institute of Military Justice Before a Military Commission Convened Pursuant to the Military Commissions Act of 2006, in United States v. Khalid Sheikh Mohammed, et. al. (filed December 23, 2008)

Principal coauthor, Brief for the National Institute of Military Justice and the Bar Association of the District of Columbia as Amici Curiae in Support of Petitioner, Hamdan v. Rumsfeld, 548 U.S. 557 (2006)egel

Author, Brief for the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers As Amicus Curiae in Support of Respondent in Montana v. Egelhoff, 518 U.S. 37 (1996) (discussed in Court’s opinion)

Encyclopedia Entries

‘Global War on Terror’,” in David S. Tanenhaus, ed., Encyclopedia of the Supreme Court of the United States (MacMillan Reference USA/Thomson-Gale, 2008)

United States v. Balsys, 524 U.S. 666 (1998),” in Paul Finkelman, ed., Encyclopedia of American Civil Liberties (Routledge, 2006)

Identification,” in Dinah Shelton, ed., 2 Encyclopedia of Genocide and Crimes against Humanity 483 (Thomson Gale, 2005)

Other Publications

coverProject Coordinator and Co-Editor-in-Chief of Toward Peace With Justice in Darfur: A Framework for Accountability (March 2011) (report of the Darfur Project, a joint undertaking of the California International Law Center, University of California, Davis, and the Robert F. Kennedy Center for Human Rights; Kathleen A. Doty, principal author). Reprinted at 18 University of California, Davis, Journal of International Law and Policy 1 (2011).

Report following observation of military commissions proceedings December 7-14, 2008, in National Institute of Military Justice, NIMJ Reports from Guantánamo 9-13 (2009)

Let the accused have fair trials in court,” Miami Herald, December 13, 2008, at A23

The Committee Against Torture Urges an End to Guantánamo Detention,” ASIL Insight, June 8, 2006

La Justice militaire et civile aux États-Unis et les commissions militaires établies après le 11 septembre” (“Military and Civilian Justice in the United States and the Post-September 11 Military Commissions:), U.S. national report submitted 2006 as part of Tribunaux militaires et tribunaux d’exception en mutation face au droit international (The Changing Faces of Military Justice and Special Tribunals As They Confront International Law), a fifteen-country research project of Unité Mixte de Recherche de droit comparé, an interdisciplinary research network affiliated with the Université de Paris 1 (Panthéon-Sorbonne). English version.

Cues from Offstage: International Law and the Supreme Court’s Detention Trilogy,” ACLU International Civil Liberties Report (2004)

Note Regarding Green Paper on criminal-law protection of the financial interests of the Community and the establishment of a European Prosecutor” (2002) (cited in Commission of the European Communities, Follow-UP Report on the Criminal-Law Protection of the Financial Interests of the Community and the Establishment of a European Prosecutor, March 19, 2003, at 26

Human Rights, Antiterrorist Wrongs,” ACLU International Civil Liberties Report 3 (2002)

A New International Spirit,” San Francisco Chronicle, October 12, 2001, at A23

Using International Law to Defend the Accused,” ACLU International Civil Liberties Report (1999), republished, 1 California Criminal Law Review (Feb. 2000) (coauthors, Cynthia R.L. Fairweather and Vivian Rhoe)

Often Asked Questions About the International Criminal Court,” The Champion 33 (May 1999)


Diane Marie Amann: Blog launched December 2012. All posts available here.

IntLawGrrls blog: Focrop_ILG_final_logounding Contributor, 2007; Editor Emerita since December 2012. All posts by/about Diane Marie Amann here.

SCOTUSblog: Contributor since 2010:
John Paul Stevens and the American Century” (April 20, 2010)
Argument preview: Jurisdictional say-so in investor-state arbitrations” (November 20, 2013)
Argument analysis: “Intellectual whiplash” over final word on investor-state arbitrability” (December 4, 2013)scotusblog-banner-925-1143

Huffington Post: Contributor since 2009. Posts, on treaties, Nobel Peace Prize, counterterrorism, the International Criminal Court, and the United States Supreme Court, available here.

The Blog of Legal Times: Contributions to “Speaking of Stevens,” 2010 series marking the retirement of U.S. Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens, here and here.

New York Times’ Room for Debate: Invited contributor to online forums on post-September 11 detention and interrogation policies:
A Proper Conviction” (Nov. 18, 2010)
What Counts as Abetting Terrorists?” (June 21, 2010)
Moving Gitmo to America” (Dec. 15, 2009)
Prosecuting the C.I.A.” (Aug. 24, 2009)
Obama’s Blueprint and America’s Enemies” (May 21, 2009)
After Detention, Where Can the Uighurs Go?” (Mar. 31, 2009)
The Risks of Releasing Detainees” (Jan. 23, 2009)
Torture’s Blowback” (Jan. 14, 2009)

Slate’s Convictions blog: Charter contributor, 2008; posts archived here.

Translation (from French to English)

Mireille Delmas-Marty, “Global Crime Calls for Global Justice,” 10 European Journal of Crime, Criminal Law and Criminal Justice 286 (2002)

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