Sir Y K Pao Chair in Public Law
Carty, Law as a Science (The Place of Doctrine in the History of its Sources),
Indian Yearbook of World Affairs, Part II (1980), pp. 128-160.
Carty, The Law of Nature and Nations in Stair, in D. Walker, editor,
Stair Centennial Studies, pp. 127-136. Edinburgh, (1981)
Carty, Une Sociologie du Droit International du Developpement, in M.
Flory, editor, Droit-International du Developement, C.N.R.S. (1984), pp.95-103.
Carty, The Decay of International Law?, Manchester University Press,(1986) pp.viii, 138.
Carty, Liberal Economic Rhetoric and the World Economy, Vol.98,(1988), Ethics pp. 742-756.
Carty, Critical Theory and General Customary Law, Marine Policy, Vol. X(1988), pp. 211-218.
Carty, as coeditor (principal editor, A-J.Arnaud), Dictionnaire encyclopedie de theorie
et de sociologie du droit, Paris, 1988, L.G.D.J., pp. 487.
Carty, editor, Post-Modern Law, Edinburgh University Press, 1990, pp.161, in which chapters by myself, pp.1-39, 71-89; in French Carty, editor, Dossier Lumieres, Revolution, Post-Modernisme Vol.13, 1989, Droit et Societe, pp. 314-414.
Carty and G. Danilenko, eds., Perestroika and International Law: Current Anglo-Soviet Conceptions of International Law, Edinburgh University Press, 1990, pp. 161, in which a chapter by myself on judicial settlement of disputes in British state practice, at pp. 129-146.
Carty and J. Mair, Some Post-Modern Perspectives on Law and Society, Journal of Law and Society, Vol. 17, no.4 (1990) pp. 1-16.
Carty, English Constitutional Law from a Post-Modern Perspective, in P. Fitzpatrick, ed., Dangerous Supplements, 1991, Pluto Press (and Duke University Press), pp.178-203.
Carty, Critical International Law: Recent Trends in the Theory of International Law,
European Journal of International Law, 1991. Vol. 2, No.1, 1991. pp. 66-96.(Review Article)
Carty, Review of Four Doctoral Dissertations on the Law of the Sea, Modern Law Review, September, 1991, pp.758-767.
Carty, Liberalism's Dangerous Supplements: Medieval Ghosts of International Law,
Michigan Journal of International Law, Vol. 13, 1991, pp.601-611.(Review Article)
Theory and International Law. An Introduction.
Papers by P. Allott, A. Carty, M Koskenniemi, C. Warbrick, With an Introduction by C. Warbrick and A. Carty. also ch.3, A. Carty, Why Theory? The Implications for International Law Teaching, pp. 73-104, British Institute of International Law, 1991.
Carty, Social Theory and the "Vanishing" of International Law, I.C.L.Q., pp. 939-945.(Review Article)
Carty, Constitutional Legitimacy in ESRC Report on Citizenship, edited B. Turner, 1992, pp. 360-410. (Collaboration with sociologists and political scientists).
Carty, Law and Development (Selected Readings with an Introduction), Dartmouth, London, 1992.
Carty, Intervention and the Limits of International Law, in Political Theory, International Relations and the Ethics of Intervention editors, I.Forbes and M. Hoffman, London, Macmillan, 1993, pp. 32-42. (Collaboration with political scientists).
Carty and H. N Singer (economist), Conflict and Change in 1990's, Macmillan, London
(including Introduction and Chapter on Place of Law in Development) (1993) (Selected
and edited Proceedings of the 1990 Development Studies Association Conference, Glasgow).
Carty, Alfred Verdross and Othmar Spann: German Romantic Nationalism, National
Socialism and International Law, Vol 6, European Journal of International Law, 1995, pp. 78-97.
Carty, The Failed State, Violence and the Chances of International Law (in German).
(Internationaie Politic und Vergleichende Studien). Welt Trends (1995) Vol. 9 (Germany). pp.23-37.
Carty, Fur einen neuen Grenzbegriff im Volkerrecht, in R. Faber, B Naumann (Hrsg)
Literatur der Grenze, Theorie der Grenze, Konigshausen und Neumann, 1995. pp. 253-272.
Carty, Inter-War German Theories of International Law: Hans Kelsen and Carl Schmitt
-Some Psychoanalytical and Phenomenological Perspectives, Cardozo Law Review,
Vol. 16, 1995, pp. 1235-95.
Carty, L 'Union europeenne a la recherche d'un droit des relations exterieures in book
edited by A. Fenet et aI, Union Europeenne Integration et Cooperation, Press Universitaire de France 1995, pp. 245-256.
Carty, Was Ireland Conquered? International Law and the Irish Question, London, 1996 pp vii, 203.
Carty, Japanese Deconstructions of the Grotian Tradition in International Law in British Book of International Law, 1995, pp. 477-90. (Review Article)
Carty, Myths of the International Legal Order, Cambridge Review of International Affairs, 1997, Vol. X, pp. 3-22.
Carty, Sovereignty in International Law, A Concept of Eternal Return, in J. Hoffman et al, Sovereignty, Cassell, 1997, pp. 101-116.
Carty, Theory of/or Theory Instead of International Law, European Journal of International Law, pp. 181-191.(Review Article)
Carty, The United Kingdom National Report on Teaching and Research on International Law
for the French Society for International Law, published in, Journee, d'etudes,
enseigmnent du droit international-recherche et pratique, Paris, Pedone (1997), pp. 207-211.
Carty, The Continuing Influence of Kelsen on the General Perception of the Discipline of International Law, in European Journal of International Law, 1998, pp. 344-354.
Carty, The Media and International Law European Foreign Policy during the Bosnia-Herzegovina Crisis, in Chris Harding and C.L. Lim, editors, Renegotiating Westphalia, Kluwer Law International (1999), pp.129-152.
Carty and Smith, Sir Gerald Fitzmaurice and the World Crisis: A Legal Adviser in the Foreign Office 1932-1945, Kluwer (2000).
Carty, Editor, Symposium: A Colloquium on International Law Textbooks in England,
France and Germany, in vol 11 European Journal of International Law (2000) pp. 615-732, with introduction and concluding chapter on French and German traditions.
Carty, The Law and Literature Debate in Britain and the United States, vol 57 Studia Occidentalis (Poznan, Poland) (2000) pp. 167-175.
Carty, Carl Schmitt's Critique of Liberal International Legal Order Between 1933 and 1945, in vol. 14 Leiden Journal of International Law (2001), pp. 25-76.
Carty, The National as a Meta-Concept of International Economic Law, A. Qureshi editor, Perspectives in International Economic Law, Kluwer Law International (2002) pp. 65- 79.
Carty, Der Begriff Nihilismus bei Rauschning, in, editors Hensel and Nordblum, Hermann Rauschning, Eine Biographie, (Reihe Brostinia. F Ebert Stiftung) Warsaw (2002), at pp. 65-79.
Carty, Scandinavian Realism and Phenomenological Approaches to Statehood and
General Custom in International Law, Vol.14 European Journal of International Law, (2003) 817-841
Carty, The System of International Law: The Right to Self-Determination, Minority Rights and Patterns of Human Rights Violations: Connections with the Break-Up or Implosion of States, Vol.1, European Yearbook of Minority Issues, (Kluwer Law International) (2001/2) pp. 65-83.: Archival Work
Carty, The Terrors of Sovereignty and the Freedom to Fear, in John Strawson, editor,
Law after Ground Zero, Glass House Press, London (2002) at pp.44-56.
Carty, Between the Rule of Law and National Security: Pacific Nuclear Tests and Japan,
ICCLP (2002) vol.5 (Tokyo) 31-43: Archival Work
Carty, State and Nation in the International Tradition: A History of French-German Antagonisms and Possible Responses in the Spanish Late Medievel Tradition, M. Stolleis and M. Yanagihara, East Asian and European Perspectives in the History of International Law, Nomos Verlag, Baden Baden 2004 pp 215-242
Carty, Marxism and International Law - Perspectives for the American (twenty-first) Century, Leiden Journal of International Law, Vol 17 (2004) pp 1-24
Carty, The Corfu Channel Case and the Missing Admiralty Orders, The Law and Practice of International Courts and Tribunals, Vol 3 (2004) pp 1-35 Archival Work.
Carty, "The Japanese Seizure of Korea from the Perspective of the United Kingdom National Archive, 1904-1910", actually 2005, in Asian Yearbook of International Law, Vol.10, No.1, 2002/2003
Carty, Review Essay: International Legal Personality and the End of the Subject, Melbourne Journal of International Law, 2005, vol.6, 534-552
Carty, Conservative and Progressive Visions of French International Law Doctrine, European Journal of International Law, 2005,Vol.16, pp.534-552 (Review article)
Carty, The Iraq Invasion as a recent UK “Contribution to International Law”, European
Journal of International Law, 2005, Vol.16, 143-151
Carty, Distance and Contemporaneity in Exploring the Practice of States: The British Archives in Relation to the 1957 Oman and Muscat Incident, Singapore Yearbook of International Law. 2005, Vol.9, 75-85
Carty A renewed place for doctrine as the source of international law in a time of fragmentation, L'Influence des Sources sur L'Unité et la Fragmentation du Droit International, pp.239-261, Bruylant: Bruxelles, 2006. Rosario Huesa Vinaixa and Karel Wellens (dir).
Carty, New philosophical foundations for international law: from an order of fear to one of respect, Cambridge Review of International Affairs, 19(2), pp.311-330, 2006.
Carty, The implosion of the legal subject and the unraveling of the law on the use of force: American identity and new American doctrines of collective security, Revista Electronica de Estudios Internacionales, pp.11-29, www.reei.org, 2006.
Carty, Review article: visions of the past of international society: law, history or politics?, Modern Law Review, 69(4), pp.644-660, 2006.
Carty Hersch Lauterpacht: A Powerful Eastern European Figure, Baltic Yearbook of International Law, 7, pp.1-28, 2007.
Carty Philosophy of International Law, pp.xi, 255, Edinburgh University Press, 2007.
Development Law, (about 5,000 words) past page proof stage
Carty Hersch Lauterpacht: A Powerful Eastern European Figure, Baltic Yearbook of International Law, 7, pp.1-28, 2007.
Carty Philosophy of International Law, pp. xi, 255, Edinburgh University Press, 2007.
Reviewed by Richard Falk in the American Journal of International Law October 2008, pp.902-909; Peter Goodrich in the Journal of the History of International Law, 2008, pp.321-341; Florian Hoffmann in the Modern Law Review (2009) pp.1016-1034, in the British Yearbook of International Law, 2009, vol. 80, at pp.409 - 429 (published 2010) by Philip Allott, and in the European Journal of International Law vol.21, 2010, by Sergio Dellaville, at pp. 765-788.
Carty The Yearning for Unity and the Eternal Return of the Tower of Babel, European Journal of Legal Studies, 1, pp.1-28, 2007.
Carty, Distance and Contemporaneity in Exploring the Practice of States: The British Archives in Relation to the 1957 Oman and Muscat Incident, in Time, History and International Law, editors Mathew Craven, Malgosia Fitzmaurice, and Maria Vogiatzi, M. Nijhoff, Brill, Leiden, 2007, pp. 231- 245.
Carty The Evolution of International Legal Scholarship in Germany during the Kaiserreich and the Weimarer Republic (1871-1933), pp. 29-90, in the German Yearbook of International Law Vol. 50 2007. Dunckert & Humblot Berlin (2008).
Carty, The Moral Theologian, Oliver O’Donovan and International Law Vol.9.3 Political Theology (2008) pp. 339-362
Carty, The Irish Government, the Nuremberg Trials and After, in Festschrift für Michael Boethe edited by Andreas Fischer-Lescano, Hans-Peter Gasser, Thilo Marauhn, Natalino Ronzitti, Nomos, DIKE Baden-Baden 2008, pp. 363-373.
Carty, Sociological Theories of International Law, Max Planck Encyclopedia of Public International Law Oxford University Press uploaded on line 2009 www.mpepil.com
Carty, The Practice of International Law in Handbook of International Law, editor David Armstrong, Routledge, (2009) pp. 81- 100.
Carty From a Unipolar to a Multipolar World A Post-Bush Presidency for a Post-Western World, in Power and Justice in International Relations, Interdisciplinary Approaches to Global Challenges, edited by Marie-Luisa Frick and Andreas Oberprantacher, Ashgate, Farnham, Surrey 2009, pp.13-28
Carty Reputation and International Law, in Melbourne Journal of International Law, vol.10, October 2009, p.691 (11 pages). Review Article.
Carty, Territory and Territorial Waters, in Post-Colonial International Law, in Transformation of the International Order and Territorial Issues North East Asian History Foundation, 2009 pp.309-327
Carty Vattel, 17th Century Wars of Religion and the Present, Reflections on the Impact, Influence and Continuing Relevance of Vattel’s Law of Nations, editor Yves Sandow,Bruylant, Brussels, 2010, pp. 181-195
Carty International Law, in Ethics and World Politics, edited by Duncan Bell, Oxford University Press, 2010 pp.274-291
Carty The Play of Medieval Ghosts and Renaissance Demons in Birth, Death and rebirth of European International Law, in Universality and Continuity in International Law , Thilo Marauhn and Heinhard Steiger (editors) Eleven International Publishing, The Hague, the Netherlands, 2011, ISBN, 978-90-90947071, pp.61-85
Carty Vattel’s Natural Liberty of Conscience of Nations in a New Age of Belief and Faith, in Vattel’s International Law in a XX!st Century Persepective, Le droit international de Vattel vu du XXIe siėcle, Vincent Chetail and Peter Haggenmacher, editors, Brill, Martinus Nijhoff, Leiden Boston, 2011 ISBN 15725618, pp.189-210.
Carty International Law and the Spirit of Anti-Colonialism: Europe Fights Back, Review Article of Mathew Craven, The Decolonization of International Law, 2009, in The Modern Law Review, 2011, vol. 74(1) , pp.135-149. ISSN 0026-7961 Print
Carty and Lone Some New Haven International law Reflections on China, India and Their various Territorial Disputes, in Asian Pacific Law Review,vol.19 2011, ISSN 10192557, pp.93-111.
Carty and Jones The Congo Case : Legal Focus, Hong Kong Lawyer, March 2011, pp. 43-50 ISSN 1464-6595
Carty Why Are Hong Kong Judges Keeping A Distance from International Law, and with What Consequences?: Reflections on the CFA Decision in DRC v FG Hemisphere (2011) Vol. 41 Part 2 Hong Kong Law Journal. (forthcoming October 2011). 10 pages.