Writings on international law and international relations

  • The Security Council’s Obligations of Good Faith, Florida Journal of International Law, Vol..XV, No. 4 (Summer 2003), pp.541-573)
  • Comment on Fernando Teson’s article ‘Defending International Law’, International Legal Theory, American Society of International Law, Fall 2005, Volume 11, pp.99-106)
  • Governance and Legitimacy in the Era of Globalization, unpublished manuscript, August 2001

Writings on economic sanctions

  • Towards a definition of economic sanctions (unpublished manuscript)
  • The mechanism of economic sanctions: Changing perceptions and euphemisms (unpublished manuscript)
  • Legal Boundaries to UN Sanctions, International Journal of Human Rights, Vol. 7, No. 4 (Winter 2003), pp. 1-50
  • The Role Played by the Security Council in Crippling the Iraqi Economy 1990-2001 (unpublished manuscript)
  • U.N. Sanctions against Iraq – Measures of Specific Deprivation (unpublished manuscript)
  • Economic Sanctions and the Question of Causation (unpublished manuscript)
  • Economic oppression as an international wrong or as crime against humanity, Netherlands Quarterly of Human Rights, June 2005, Vol. 23 No.2, pp. 173-212

Books on terrorism

  • Hijacking America’s Mind on 9/11 (Algora Publishers, New York, 2013)
  • Psychologische Kriegsführung und gesellschaftliche Leugnung (“Psychological Warfare and Public Denial”) (Zambon Publishers, Frankfurt a.M., 2017)
  • The Betrayal of India: Revisiting the 26/11 Evidence (Pharos Media, New Delhi, 2017)
  • Der gelbe Bus: Was geschah wirklich am Breitscheidplatz in Berlin? (Zambon Publishers, Frankfurt a.M., 2018)
  • The London Transport Bombings of 2005: Unsolved Crime (Kindle, eBook, 2019)

Selected papers terrorism

  • The Djerba Attacks of 2002
  • The Istanbul Attacks of 2003
  • The Amman Attacks of 2005
  • The Sauerland Terrorist Cell in Germany
  • The Haidar Zammar Mystery
  • The Mohamed Atta Mystery: Double Agent or Multiple Attas?
  • Ensuring silence by intimidation
  • This is why 9/11 matters

The Palestine Conflict

  • The Oslo Agreement: A dangerous illusion (1993)
  • Arafat’s Surrender (1993)
  • For an indivisible and free Palestine
  • A vision for enduring peace in Palestine
  • Memorandum on Yitzhak Rabin’s participation in war crimes
  • Shimon Peres’ criminal liability under international law

Book reviews

  • Steve Coll’s “Ghost Wars: The Secret History of the CIA, Afghanistan, and bin Laden”+ B. Raman’s “Mumbai 26/11: A day of infamy”
  • Nathan Lean: The Islamophobia Industry: How the Right Manufactures Fear of Muslims”
  • Michael Scheuer’s “Osama bin Laden”
  • Adrian Clark and Ms. Scott-Clark’s “The Siege: 68 hours inside the Taj Hotel [Mumbai]”
  • Saroj Kumar Rath’s “Fragile Frontiers: The Secret History of Mumbai Terror Attack”
  • Bruce Hoffman’s “Inside Terrorism”
  • Jason Burke’s “Al Quaeda: The True Story of Radical Islam”
  • Robert Pape’s “Dying to Win: The Strategic Logic of Suicide Terrorism”
  • Bruce Riedel’s “What We Won: America’s War in Afghanistan, 1979-89”
  • Michael Scheuer’s “Imperial Hubris”
  • Michael Scheuer’s “Through our enemies’ eyes”
  • Gilad Atzmon’s “The Wandering Who”
  • Gabriel Weimann,”Terrorism in Cyberspace”
  • Wayne Madsen’s crank science (“The Star and the Sword”)
  • Philip Bobbitt’s “Terror and Consent”
  • Jonathan D. Moreno, “Mind Wars: Brain Science and the Military in the 21th Century”
  • Ariel Merari, “Driven to Death: Psychological and Social Aspects of Suicide Terrorism”
  • David Icke, “The Trigger: The lie that changed the world – who really did it and why”