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Professor Allott maintains on the Trinity College website a current Publication List with links to some copies of his work.

  • International Law and International Revolution – Re-conceiving the World (University of Hull Press; 1989).
  • Eunomia. New Order for a New World (Oxford University Press; 1990 / 2001).
  • Allott, Carty et al., Theory and International Law – An Introduction (Institute of International and Comparative Law; 1991).
  • The Health of Nations. Society and Law beyond the State (Cambridge University Press, 2002).
  • Towards the International Rule of Law. Essays in Integrated Constitutional Theory (Cameron May, 2005).
  • Invisible Power. A Philosophical Adventure Story (Xlibris, 2005).
  • Invisible Power 2. A Metaphysical Adventure Story (Xlibris, 2008).
  • 'Language, method and the nature of international law,' British Yearbook of International Law (1971), 79-135. - republished in M. Koskenniemi, ed., The International Library of Essays in Law and Legal Theory – International Law (1992)
  • 'The International Court of Justice,' in International Disputes – the Legal Aspects (David Davies Memorial Institute; 1972).
  • 'Le Royaume-uni et le droit des communautés européennes,' XIX Annuaire français de droit international (1973), 35-101.
  • 'The democratic basis of the European Communities,' 11 Common Market Law Review (1974), 298 – 326.
  • 'The Common Market and the regulation of air transport,' 79 Journal of the Royal Aeronautical Society (1975), 310.
  • 'Britain and Europe - a political analysis,' Journal of Common Market Studies (1975), 203.
  • 'The courts and the executive - four House of Lords decisions,' 36 Cambridge Law Journal (1977), 255 – 283.
  • 'Law of the sea - a systematic framework,' 1978 Iranian Review of International Law, 5.
  • 'The EEC - A Pleasure Denied,' 100 Cambridge Review (1978), 34.
  • 'Cambridge Autumn,' 101 Cambridge Review (1979).
  • 'The courts and Parliament - who whom?' 38 Cambridge Law Journal (1979), 79 – 117. - republished in Arnheim, ed., The International Library of Essays in Law and Legal Theory – Common Law (1992).
  • 'Cape Carthage,' Cambridge Review (1980).
  • 'Power-sharing in the law of the sea,' 77 American Journal of International Law (1983), 1 - 30. - republished in Falk, Kratochwil, Mendlovitz, eds., International Law – A Contemporary Perspective (1985).
  • 'Adherence to and withdrawal from mixed (EC) agreements,' in O'Keefe and Schermers, eds., Mixed Agreements, 96 (1983) .
  • 'Making the new international law - law of the sea as law of the future,' XL International Journal (of the Canadian Institute of International Affairs), 442 - 460 (1985).
  • 'Ayer on Wittgenstein,' 107 The Cambridge Review (1986), 17.
  • 'Making sense of the law: lawyers and legal philosophy,' 108 The Cambridge Review (1987), 16, 65.
  • 'State responsibility and the unmaking of international law,' 29 Harvard International Law Journal (1988), 1 – 26.
  • 'Parliamentary sovereignty - from Austin to Hart,' (supremacy of EC law), 49 Cambridge Law Journal (1990), 377.
  • 'New international law,' in Allott, Carty et al., Theory and International Law – an Introduction (1991).
  • 'A Friend in Greed,' Evening News Collection (1991).
  • 'The European Community is not the true European Community,' in 100 Yale Law Journal (1991), 2485-2500.
  • 'The theory of the British constitution,' in Harrison and Gross, eds., Jurisprudence. Cambridge Essays (1992), 173 - 205.
  • 'Reconstituting humanity - new international law,' 2 European Journal of International Law (1992), 219 – 256.
  • 'The EC at the pain-barrier: the significance of the Maastricht Treaty' : evidence submitted at the request of the House of Commons Foreign Affairs Committee; published in their report of 4 March 1992.
  • 'Accession of the European Communities to the European Human Rights Convention' (evidence submitted at the request of the House of Lords Committee on the European Communities; published in their report of 23 June 1992).
  • 'Britain and the European Community - an historic error and a historic challenge' (evidence submitted at the request of the House of Commons Foreign Affairs Committee; published in their report of 4 November 1992).
  • 'The European Community and fundamental rights'' (evidence submitted at the request of the Legal Affairs Committee of the European Parliament; May 1993).
  • 'The inter-governmental pillars of the European Union,'(evidence submitted at the request of the House of Lords Committee on the European Communities; published in their report of 2 November 1993).
  • 'Mare nostrum - a new international law of the sea,' 86 American Journal of International Law (1992), 764 – 787. - republished in: Van Dyke, ed., Freedom for the Seas in the 21st Century. Ocean Governance and Environmental Harmony (1993).
  • 'The nation as mind politic,' 24 Journal of International Law and Politics (New York University)(1992), 1361-1398.
  • 'Self-determination - absolute right or social poetry?' in C. Tomuschat, ed., Modern Law of Self-Determination, 177 - 210.
  • 'Philosophy and global social development.' Paper presented to the UNDP Roundtable on Global Change, Stockholm, July 1994.
  • - published in eds. U. Kirdar & L. Silk, People: From Impoverishment to Empowerment (New York University Press, New York; 1995).
  • 'Who is to blame?' Remembrance Day address at Jesus College, Cambridge (November, 1994).
  • 'The International Court and the voice of justice,' in A. V. Lowe and M. Fitzmaurice, eds., The International Court of Justice – the First Fifty Years (1995), 17-39.
  • 'The future of the human past,' in K. Booth, ed., Statecraft and Security. The Cold War and Beyond (1998), 323-37.
  • 'Kant or Won't: Theory and Moral Responsibility.' Plenary Lecture at 20th Annual Meeting of the British International Studies Association (December, 1995). - revised version in 23 Review of International Studies (1997), 339-357.
  • 'Greater Europe and human society.' Discussion paper, Conference on the Transatlantic Partnership; College of Europe, Bruges; March 1996).
  • 'The crisis of European constitutionalism: reflections on the revolution in Europe,' 34 Common Market Law Review (1997), 439-490.
  • 'Urbanization and alienation.' Discussion paper for UNDP Roundtable on Cities for People in a Globalizing World (Habitat II) (Marmaris, Turkey, April 1996). - published as: 'The price of civilization and the dilemma of urbanization,' in ed. U. Kirdar, Cities Fit for People (New York, United Nations; 1997), 189-197.
  • 'The Common Foreign and Security Policy of the EU: the After-Life of an Illusion,' in M. Koskenniemi, ed., International Law Aspects of the European Union (M.Nijhoff, 1998), 215-30.
  • 'Out of the looking-glass,' 24 Review of International Studies (1998), pp. 573-6, in reply to C. Prager, "Allott in Wonderland", same journal, 563-72.
  • 'The true function of law in the international community,' 98 Indiana Journal of Global Legal Studies (1998), 391-413.
  • 'Europe: un avenir à écrire,' Ouest-France, 23.March 1999.
  • 'The concept of international law,' 2 European Journal of International Law (1999), 31-50.
  • 'International law and the idea of history,' 1 Journal of the History of International Law (1999), 1 – 21.
  • 'International law and the international Hofmafia: towards a sociology of diplomacy,' in W. Benedek et al., Development and Developing International and European Law (1999), 3 – 19.
  • Review of Richard Falk, Law in an Emerging Global Village, in 93 American Journal of International Law (1999), 733-35.
  • 'Líbranos del mal social,' in 1999 Revista de Occidente (special Pinochet section), 19-28.
  • 'Kosovo and the responsibility of power,' in 13 Leiden Journal of International Law (2000), 83-89.
  • 'The concept of European Union,' in 2 Cambridge Yearbook of European Legal Studies (2000), 31-59.
  • 'Preliminary rulings – another infant disease,' 25 European Law Review (2000), 538-547.
  • 'Governmental corruption is a philosophical problem,' House of Commons, International Development Committee, Fourth Report (Corruption), March 2001, Vol. II, 293.
  • 'Globalization from above. Actualising the ideal through law,' in 26 Review of International Studies (2000), 61-79.
  • 'The emerging universal legal system,' 3 International Law Forum (Journal of the International Law Association) (2001), 12-17.
  • 'EC directives and misfeasance in public office,' [2001] Cambridge Law Journal, 4- 10.
  • 'Integration von Verfassungen, nicht von Staaten,' Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, 9 May 2001, 13.
  • 'Behind voter apathy, a silent revolution,' International Herald Tribune, 6 June 2001, 9.
  • 'Intergovernmental societies and the idea of constitutionalism,' in V. Heiskanen & J-M Coicaud, The Legitimacy of International Organisations (Tokyo, UN University Press; 2001).
  • 'Law and the re-making of humanity,' in P. Gifford & N. Dorsen, eds., Democracy and the Rule of Law (CQ Publications, 2001) 19-31.
  • 'The conversation that we are. The seven lamps of European unity,' in H.Cavanna, ed., Governance, Globalization and the European Union (Dublin, Four Courts Press, 2002), 213-232.
  • 'European governance and the re-branding of democracy,' 27 European Law Review (2002), 60-71.
  • 'The giant and the pygmies – a fable for our times,' International Herald Tribune, 2-3 March 2002.
  • 'The emerging international aristocracy,' in 35 Journal of International Law and Politics (2003), 309-338.
  • 'Europe and the dream of reason,' in J. Weiler & M. Wind, eds., European Constitutionalism Beyond the State (Cambridge University Press; 2003); 202-225.
  • 'International law and the American mind', in Proceedings of the 97th Annual Meeting of the American Society of International Law (2003).
  • 'War, law and the psychopathology of human societies,' in C. Warbrick & D. Kritsiotis, eds., Beyond the Kosovo Crisis: Fundamental Questions and Enquiries in International Law (Oxford University Press; 2004).
  • 'The globalisation of philosophy and the philosophy of globalisation,' in R. Macdonald and D Johnston, Towards World Constitutionalism (2005).
  • 'The International Lawyer in government service: ontology and deontology,' 23 Wisconsin International Law Journal; (2005), 13-23.
  • 'The opening of the human mind', in European Journal of Legal Studies (online from April 2007)
  • 'The emerging universal legal system', in J. Nijman and A Nollkaemper, New Perspectives on the Divide between National and International Law (2007).
  • 'Five steps to a new world order,' 42 Valparaiso University Law Review (2007), 99-118.
  • 'Vattel and the Enlightenment', in Y. Sandoz, ed., Emr de Vattel's “Law of Nattions”, Bruylant, 2010.
  • [Review essay on three books on the philosophy of international law], in 80 British Yearbook of International Law (2010).
  • 'The Human Condition and the Role of Law', Faculty of Law, University of Hong Kong (10th Anniversary of the Faculty's Human Rights Programme, March 2010)
  • 'European Union Bill', submission at the request of the House of Commons European Scrutiny Committee (16 November 2010) (published in their Report)
  • 'The constitutional implications of the European Union Bill', address to All-Party Parliamentary Group on the Constitution (1 March 2011), text on website of The Constitution Society.
  • 'On first understanding Plato's Republic', in 2011 European Journal of International Law (No. 4).
  • 'Trinity Minds', in Trinity – A Portrait (Third Millennium Publishing; 2011)
  • Invisible Power 3 – A Human Adventure Story (forthcoming)
  • 'The Socialising of the Human Species', Graduate Students Association of the University of Ottawa, 15th Interdisciplinary Conference (March 2012)
  • 'Le pouvoir invisible. Histoire d'un autre avenir' (forthcoming)
  • A Future for Human Rights? (Venice Academy of Human Rights, July 2012)
  • 'Law and Social Evolution. Post-evolutionary Human Involution.' (ASIL-ESIL Workshop: Transatlantic Debates in Legal Theory: Cambridge, 20-21 September 2012)
  • 'Law and the Challenge of the Transcendental. Re-thinking the Order of all Order.' (corrected version) Harvard Law School, Institute for Global Law and Policy Workshop, Doha, Qatar, 4-14 January 2013
  • 'The True Nature of International Law': Lauterpacht Centre, Cambridge, 8 March 2013
  • Conference on Turf and Texture: Narrating the Legal International, 27-28 June 2013: 'The hidden danger in talking about narrative'
  • Conference on Interpretation in International Law, 27 August 2013: 'Interpretation. An Exact Art'
  • 'Deliver us from social evil', English version of an article published in a special Pinochet number of Revista de Occidente, Oct. 1999 (No. 221), pp. 19-28
  • Review of Theology for International Law by Esther D. Reed, The Tablet, 14 November 2013
  • 'International Law - the Law of all Laws', lecture, University of Bristol Law School, 26 November 2013
  • 'Workshop on Governance and Globalisation: International and European Answers', Cambridge University, 4-5 July 2014
  • 'Forget the politics - Brexit may be unlawful' - Philip Allott, The Guardian, 30 June 2016
  • Eutopia: New Philosophy and New Law for a Troubled World (Edward Elgar; 2016)
  • 'How to Make a Better World: Human Power and Human Weakness', FICHL Policy Brief Series No. 75 (2016)

November 2016