Doreen Lustig, International Law and the Private Business Corporation: A History of Failure? (Oxford University Press, forthcoming 2018)
Doreen Lustig and Jospeh Weiler, International Law in Three Waves: from Democracy to Identity, (I- CON, forthcoming 2017).
Doreen Lustig, Kadi in Jerusalem: Global Regulation in Israel, The Case of Terror Finance (Bar Ilan University Law Review, forthcoming 2017) [Hebrew]
Doreen Lustig, Governance Histories of International Law in The Oxford Handbook of Historical Legal Research (Markus Dubber and Christopher Tomlins, eds., forthcoming 2017).
Doreen Lustig, Book Review on Patrick Macklem, Sovereignty of Human Rights (OUP, 2015), Jerusalem Review of Legal Studies (forthcoming, 2017).
Foreword: A Good Place in the Middle:The Israeli Constitutional Revolution from a Global and Comparative Perspective, 38 Tel Aviv University Law Review (Iyuney Mishpat) (2016) (with J.H.H. Weiler)
D. Lustig, Three Paradigms of Corporate Responsibility in International Law: The Kiobel Moment 12 Journal of International Criminal Justice 593-614 (2014).
D. Lustig, The Multinational Corporation as “the Good Despot:” The Democratic Costs of Privatization in Global Settings 15 Theoretical Inquiries in Law, 125–158 (2014) (with Eyal Benvenisti)
D. Lustig, The Nature of the Nazi State and the Question of International Criminal Responsibility of Corporate Officials at Nuremberg: Franz Neumann’s Behemoth at the Industrialist Trials 43 N.Y.U. J. Int’l L. & Pol. 965-1044 (2011); published as an IILJ Working Paper 2011/2 (History and Theory of International Law Series) Finalized 6/20/2011, www.iilj.org
B. Kingsbury, D. Lustig, Displacement and Relocation from Protected Areas: International Law Perspectives on Rights, Risks and Resistance, Conservation and Society, 404 - 418 (2006)
Work in progress
Taming Democracy: Codifying the Laws of War to Restore the European Order, 1856-1874, University of Cambridge Faculty of Law Research Paper No. 28/2017 (with Eyal Benvenisti, forthcoming)