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Publikasjoner

 

Books: monograph

• Saul, M. (2014, in press). Popular Governance of Post-Conflict Reconstruction: The Role of International Law. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Books: edited

• French, D., Saul, M. & White, N. D. (2010). International Law and Dispute Settlement: New Problems and Techniques. Studies in International Law 28. Oxford: Hart.

Books: sections

• Saul, M. (2014). Creating Popular Governments in Post-Conflict Situations: The Role of International Law. In  Jus Post Bellum. Stahn, C., Easterday, J. S., and Iverson, J. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

• Saul, M. & White, N. D. (2010). Legal Means of Dispute Settlement in the Field of Collective Security: The Quasi-Judicial Powers of the Security Council. In International Law and Dispute Settlement: New Problems and Techniques. French, D., Saul, M. & White, N. D. Oxford: Hart. 191 - 224.

• Saul, M. (2010). The Impact of the Legal Right to Self-Determination on the Law of Occupation as a Framework for Post-Conflict State Reconstruction. In International Law and Armed Conflict: Challenges in the 21st Century. Quenivet, N. & Shah, S. The Hague: T.M.C Asser Press. 398-416.

Journal articles:

• Saul, M. (2014, forthcoming). Identifying Jus Cogens Norms: The Interaction of Scholars and International Judges. Asian Journal of International Law (available on First View here, copyright Cambridge University Press)

• Saul, M. (2012). Local Ownership of the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda: Restorative and Retributive Effects. International Criminal Law Review 12: 427 - 456.

• Saul, M. (2012). The Search for an International Legal Concept of Democracy: Lessons from the Post-Conflict Reconstruction of Sierra Leone. Melbourne Journal of International Law 13(1): 540 - 568.

• Saul, M. (2011). Local Ownership of Post-Conflict Reconstruction in International Law: The Initiation of International Involvement. Journal of Conflict and Security Law 16(1): 165-206.

• Saul, M. (2011). The Normative Status of Self-Determination in International Law: A Formula for Uncertainty in the Scope and Content of the Right?. Human Rights Law Review 11(4): 609-644.

• Saul, M. (2009). From Haiti to Somalia: The Assistance Model and the Paradox of State Reconstruction in International Law. International Community Law Review 11(1): 119–148.

Books: reviews

• Saul, M. (2013). Hierarchy in International Law: The Place of Human Rights. Human Rights Law Review 13(1): 201 - 205.

• Saul, M. (2012). On the Frontlines: Gender, War, and the Post-Conflict Process. Nordic Journal of International Law 81(2): 254 - 257.

• Saul, M. (2011). Review of 'The Pursuit of International Criminal Justice: A World Study on Conflicts, Victimisation, and Post-Conflict Justice' edited by M. Cherif Bassiouni, Mortsel Intersentia, 2010. International Criminal Law Review 11: 177-179.

• Saul, M. (2007). Joint review of Towards an International Legal Community? The Sovereignty of States and the Sovereignty of International Law; and, Towards World Constitutionalism, Issues in the Legal Ordering of the World Community. European Journal of International Law 18: 213-219.

• Saul, M. (2007). Review of Constitutionalism, Multilevel Trade Governance and Social Regulation. British Yearbook of International Law 78: 492-494.

• Saul, M. (2007). Review of Post-Conflict Reconstruction: Nation-and/or State-Building. Leiden Journal of International Law 20: 321-324.

Other media: Research

• Saul, M (2014). Towards An International Human Rights Judiciary? MultiRights Blog (February 19th, 2014).

• Saul, M (2012). Occupation Law Symposium: Response by Matthew Saul. Opinio Juris (April 25th, 2012).

• Saul, M (2012). The Functional Approach to the Occupation of the Gaza Strip and the Right to Self-Determination. Opinio Juris (25th April, 2012).

Other publications: case notes

• Saul, M (2012). Case note: Sierra Leone Telecommunications Co Ltd v Barclays Bank plc, Judgment, (1998) All ER (D) 66. Oxford University Press. Oxford Reports on International Law in Domestic Courts

• Saul, M. (2011). Case Note: Amin v Brown, Decision on preliminary question, [2005] EWHC 1670 (Ch) (access to an English court for an Iraqi citizen during the war). Oxford University Press. Oxford Reports on International Law in Domestic Courts

• Saul, M. (2010). Case Note: Christian and Others v. The Queen, Appeal judgment, [2006] UKPC 47 (The Pitcairn Island Case). Oxford: Oxford University Press. Oxford Reports on International Law in Domestic Courts

Other publications: conference papers

• Saul, M. (2011), Accountability in Internationally Administered Territories and the Impact of a (Post) - Conflict Context on Interdisciplinary Legal Research, Law and Conflict at Durham (LCD) seminar. Durham University.

• Saul, M. (2010). International Law and the Will of the People in Post-Conflict Rebuilding. The Future of Statebuilding: Ethics, Power and Responsibility in International Relations, University of Westminster, London.

  • Saul, Matthew William (2016). Structuring evaluations of parliamentary processes by the European Court of Human Rights. International Journal of Human Rights.  ISSN 1364-2987.  20(8), s 1077- 1096 . doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/13642987.2016.1242314 Vis sammendrag
  • Saul, Matthew William (2015). Conclusion: Towards a Fuller Understanding of the Foundations, Practice, and Future of the Role of International Law in Post-Conflict Reconstruction Policy, In Matthew William Saul & James Sweeney (ed.),  International Law and Post-Conflict Reconstruction Policy.  Routledge.  ISBN 978-1138780118.  Chapter 14.  s 295 - 310
  • Saul, Matthew William (2015). International Law and the Identification of an Interim Government to Lead Post-Conflict Reconstruction, In Matthew William Saul & James Sweeney (ed.),  International Law and Post-Conflict Reconstruction Policy.  Routledge.  ISBN 978-1138780118.  Chapter 2.  s 23 - 44
  • Saul, Matthew William (2015). The European Court of Human Rights' margin of appreciation and the processes of national parliaments. Human Rights Law Review.  ISSN 1461-7781.  15(4), s 745- 774 . doi: 10.1093/hrlr/ngv027
  • Saul, Matthew William & Sweeney, James (2015). Introduction, In Matthew William Saul & James Sweeney (ed.),  International Law and Post-Conflict Reconstruction Policy.  Routledge.  ISBN 978-1138780118.  Introduction.  s 1 - 20
  • Saul, Matthew William (2014). Identifying jus cogens norms: The interaction of scholars and international judges. Asian Journal of International Law.  ISSN 2044-2513.  5(1), s 26- 54 . doi: 10.1017/S2044251314000058

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  • Saul, Matthew William & Sweeney, James (ed.) (2015). International Law and Post-Conflict Reconstruction Policy. Routledge.  ISBN 978-1138780118.  354 s.
  • Sweeney, James & Saul, Matthew William (ed.) (2015). International Law and Post-Conflict Reconstruction Policy. Routledge.  ISBN 1138780111.  322 s.
  • Saul, Matthew William (2014). Popular Governance of Post-Conflict Reconstruction: The Role of International Law. Cambridge University Press.  ISBN 9781107055315.  288 s.

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  • Føllesdal, Andreas; Saul, Matthew William & Ulfstein, Geir (2016). Brexit truer menneskerettsvern. Dagens næringsliv.  ISSN 0803-9372.
  • Saul, Matthew William (2016). Book review: Carcano, Andrea (2015) The Transformation of Occupied Territory in International Law. Leiden: Brill. xxx + 540 pp.​​​​. Journal of Peace Research.  ISSN 0022-3433.
  • Saul, Matthew William (2016). How and When can the International Human Rights Judiciary Promote the Human Rights Role of National Parliaments?.
  • Saul, Matthew William (2016). Parrillo v Italy: Parliamentary Process as Proportionality? PluriCourts Blog (January 7th, 2016)..
  • Saul, Matthew William (2016). Response to Başak Çali’s ESIL Reflection: The Disciplinary Account of the Authority of International Law. EJIL Talk 12 May 2016.
  • Saul, Matthew William (2016). Strasbourg Case Law and Its Recognition of National Parliamentary Processes when Addressing Human Rights Issues.
  • Saul, Matthew William (2016). The ECtHR and National Parliaments.
  • Saul, Matthew William (2016). The UN Treaty Bodies and National Parliaments.
  • Saul, Matthew William (2015). International Law and the Legitimacy of Interim Governments.
  • Saul, Matthew William (2015). International Law and the Legitimacy of Interim Governments.
  • Saul, Matthew William (2015). The European Court of Human Rights’ Margin of Appreciation and the Processes of National Parliaments.
  • Saul, Matthew William (2015). The International Human Rights Judiciary and National Parliaments.
  • Saul, Matthew William (2015). The International Human Rights Judiciary and the Quality of Parliamentary Process.
  • Saul, Matthew William (2015). The International Human Rights Judiciary and the Quality of Parliamentary Process.
  • Saul, Matthew William (2015). What Type of Parliamentary Conduct does the European Court of Human Rights Promote?.
  • Saul, Matthew William (2015). What Type of Parliamentary Conduct does the European Court of Human Rights Promote?.
  • Saul, Matthew William (2015). What type of parliamentary conduct does the European Court on Human Rights promote?.
  • Saul, Matthew William (2014). International human rights law and domestic parliaments.
  • Saul, Matthew William (2014). National Parliaments in the Reasoning of the European Court of Human Rights.
  • Saul, Matthew William (2014). The European Court of Human Rights and the Promotion of Parliamentary Mobilization for Human Rights.
  • Saul, Matthew William (2014). The Quality of Parliamentary Mobilisation for Human Rights: A Role for the International Human Rights Judiciary?.
  • Saul, Matthew William (2014). The identification of an interim government to lead post-conflict reconstruction.
  • Saul, Matthew William (2014). Transitioning from Conflict: The Role of the International Human Rights Judiciary.
  • Saul, Matthew William (2013). Book review: E. de Wet, and J. Vidmar (eds), Hierarchy in International Law: The Place of Human Rights (Oxford University Press, Oxford, 2012. Human Rights Law Review.  ISSN 1461-7781.  13(1), s 201- 205
  • Saul, Matthew William (2013). Creating Interim Governments after Conflict: the Role of International Law.
  • Saul, Matthew William (2013). The International Human Rights Judiciary and Domestic Institutions: Interaction as a Source of Democratic Legitimacy?.
  • Saul, Matthew William (2013). The Reception of Decisions of International Human Rights Courts at the Domestic Level.

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