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Selected Writings

Trans-disciplinarily from a Problem-Based Perspective Transdisciplinarity Interfaces Innovation in the Life Sciences (Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang Academic Research, 2014) Eunsook Hyun, Rainer Paslack, Hilmar Stolte (Editors)
Women, Human Rights, and Development Sharpened Edge (New York: Praeger, 2003) Stephanie Atley (Editor)
Teaching, Learning and Judging: Some Reflections on the University and Political Legitimacy Achieving Against the Odds: How Academics Become Teachers of Diverse Students (Philadelphia: Temple University Press, 2001) Esther Kingston-Mann, Tim Sieber (Editors)
Children As Subjects of International Law: The Conquest of the Ideology of Care Review of International Affairs Vol. 50 (1999)
The Significance of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights The Journal of Oriental Studies Vol. 37 # 2 (1998, English version in #4, 1999)
Children, Moral Development, and Global Transformation World Order Vol. 23 (Spring, 1997)
The World Court and the Legality of Nuclear War Review of International Affairs Vol. 48 (February-March, 1997)
A Human Challenge Harvard International Review Vol. 18 #3 (Summer, 1996)
Who Speaks for the World? Gandhi Marg Vol. 16 # 3 (1994)
Japan: A New Role in International Relations Pacifica Vol. 2 (January, 1991)
The Right to Self-Determination in International Law Quest Vol. 4 #1 (April-June, 1990)
Dreyfus v. von Fink and Filartiga v. Pena-Irela: Some Reflections Two Public Orders The Indian Journal of Political Science Vol. 48 #3 (Fall, 1987)
The Moral Disorder of Nuclear Deterrence Transnational Perspectives Vol. 13 (1987)