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(1) Indian Argumentation in the 2015 Poultry Case, in India and WTO: Law, Economics, and Politics (Ernst Ulrich Petersmann (European University Institute, Italy), Harsha V. Singh (The Brookings Institution, India), and Girish Ram Kumar (Mahatma Gandhi University, Kerala), eds., Routledge (London, forthcoming 2018),

(2) Precedent in WTO Practice and Indian Jurisprudence, in Research Handbook on WTO Dispute Settlement (Bryan Mercurio & Simon Lester, eds., Edward Elgar Publishing, Inc., forthcoming 2017),
(3) Reserve Bank of India, in Research Handbook on Central Banking 68-93 (Rosa Lastra & Peter Conti-Brown, eds., Edward Elgar Publishing, 2018),,
(4) Trans Pacific Partnership Intellectual Property Controversies, in A “Liber Amicorum:” Mitsuo Matsushita, A Critical Assessment of the International Economic Law and Governance (Julien Chaisse & Tsai-Yu Lin, Eds., Oxford University Press, 2017)
(5) Given the Breadth and Depth of Law, Job Opportunities are Splendid, Law for the Curious: Why Study Law Chapter 10, 96-100 (Kishor Vaidya, University of Canberra, Ed., The Curious Academic Publishing, Canberra, Australia, 2015),

(6) Four Points about Trade and Human Rights, in International Trade Law and the WTO Chapter 13, 354-390 (Professor Azizur Rahman Chowdhury, University of Dhaka, Faculty of Law, Dhaka, Bangladesh, and Professors Indira Carr, University of Surrey, England, Shawkat Alam, Macquarie University, Australia, and Jahid Hossain Bhuiyan, Department of Law, ASA University of Bangladesh, Dhaka, Bangladesh eds., Federation Press, Australia, 2013),

(7) Overview of Islamic Finance, in Handbook of Key Global Financial Markets, Institutions, and Infrastructure, Volume II, Chapter 42, pages 459-474 (Gerard Caprio, ed., London, England: Elsevier/Academic Press, 2013) (hard cover and online publication at
(8) Toward Equal Human Dignity in U.S. Free Trade Agreements, in Imagining a Shared Future: Perspectives on Law, Conflict, and Economic Development in the Middle East 223-251 (Koen Byttebier, Kim Van der Borght & Cailin C.E. Mackenzie, eds., Cameron May/CMP Publishing, London, England, 2011) (with David Jackson)
(9) China’s First Loss, in International Law – Contemporary Issues and Future Developments 143-172 (Sanford R. Silverburg ed., Westview Press, Boulder, Colorado, 2011)
(10) Fundamental International Trade Obligations and Intersections with Islamic Law, in New Reflections on International Trade: Essays on Trade and Agriculture, WTO Accession and Systemic Issues (Jeremy Streatfeild & Simon Lacey, eds., Cameron May, London, 2007)
(11) Expanding Trade Remedies Unilaterally: The Byrd Amendment Case and the United States Against the World, in Multilateralism versus Unilateralism: Policy Choices in a Global Society 295-312 (J.B. Attanasio & J.J. Norton eds., The British Institute of International and Comparative Law, 2004)
(12) Managing Trade in Agriculture in North America, in The First Decade of NAFTA: The Future of Free Trade in North America 73-116 (Kevin Kennedy ed., Transnational Publishers, Inc., 2004)
(13) China’s WTO Entry in Labor Surplus and Marxist Terms, in China and the World Trade System: Entering the New Millennium (Deborah Cass et al. eds., Cambridge University Press 2003)
(1) India’s Long Journey – The Search For Prosperity, 14 Manchester Journal of International Economic Law issue 3, 393-396 (December 2017) (reviewing Vijay Joshi, India’s Long Road – The Search for Prosperity (New York, N.Y.: Oxford University Press, 2017)),

(2) Liberalizing International Trade after Doha: Multilateral, Plurilateral, Regional and Unilateral Initiatives, 13 World Trade Review issue 4, 721-724 (2014) (reviewing David A. Gantz, Liberalizing International Trade after Doha: Multilateral, Plurilateral, Regional and Unilateral Initiatives (New York, N.Y.: Cambridge University Press, 2013)) (with Matthew Cooper)
(3) Scrutinizing RTAs, Trade, Law, and Development (spring/summer 2010) (a comparative book review of David Gantz, Regional Trade Agreements: Law, Policy and Practice (Durham, N.C.: Carolina Academic Press, 2009)) (with Matt Odom and Ben Sharp)

(4) International Rules: Approaches From International Law and International Relations, 23 North Carolina Journal of International Law and Commercial Regulation 738-81 (1998) (reviewing Robert J. Beck et al. eds., International Rules: Approaches from International Law and International Relations (1996))

(5) Assessing the Modern Era of International Trade, 21 Fordham International Law Journal 1647-1669 (April 1998) (reviewing Sylvia Ostry, The Post Cold-War Trading System (1997))
(1) General Editor for Studies on Globalization and Society, a book series by Carolina Academic Press.
(2) Series Editor for International Law and Development, a book series by Martinus Nijoff Publishers.
(1) United States Supreme Court, United States v. Eurodif S.A., Nos. 07-1059 and 07-1078, September 2008, 555 U.S. 305 (2009), 129 S.Ct. 878 (2009).

(34 page brief)

Case involving French company alleged to have dumped enriched uranium in the United States market. Amicus brief focused on whether the antidumping (AD) rules of the World Trade Organization (WTO) and United States apply to services, as distinct from goods. The brief argued they do not, a point with which the Court did not take issue. Justice Souter wrote for the Court, in a 9-0 decision. The Court held the Department of Commerce (DOC) reasonably treated the enriched uranium at issue as a “good” subject to AD law, rather than a service exempt under that law. As the Court focused on the Chevron standard of administrative review (deferring to the DOC’s interpretation), it found no need to reach the issue addressed by the brief.


The Trump Raj Begins… But How Will It Endure?,

20 January 2017,
Defining “America First” In The Trump Raj,

17 February 2017,
Is Trump Raj Trade Policy Narcissistic Populism?,

16 March 2017,
Trump Trade Policy Creates Opportunities For India,

13 April 2017,
A Quiz On International Trade and National Security,

21 May 2017,
What America Can Learn From India About Iran,

14 June 2017,

Modi’s U.S. Visit was Underwhelming. Here’s How It Could be Different,

28 June 2017,

India at 70: Unwinding Partition with GATT,

13 August 2017,
NAFTA: No A’s For Trump’s Administration,

19 September 2017,
Targeting International Trade in Conventional Weapons,

14 October 2017,
Understanding Mohammed bin Salman’s Saudi Arabia,

17 November 2017,
Solve the Indo-American Food Fight and Save the WTO Farm,

7 December 2017,
Iran: Why This Time Is Different, And What’s Next,

9 January 2018,
Trump Trade Policy Incoherence,

12 February 2018,
See also brief “Promo” Video,

Steel, Aluminium, and the New Trade War,

4 March 2018,

Would A China-U.S. Trade War Be “Just”?

30 March 2018,

See also:
Brief “Promo” Video,



What Trump Can Learn From Nixon About Iran

4 May 2018,
See also:
Brief “Promo” Video,



(Other Than Those Listed Above)
(1) Audrey Mendonca, Trump & Iran Deal: Will He? Won’t He?, Bloomberg Quint (India) Prime Time Debate, 7 May 2018,

(2) Nick Gosnell, Middle East Expert Sees Iran Deal Backout as Likely Ineffective, WIBW News (CBS Radio Network), AM580/FM 104.9, 9 May 2018,

(3) Audrey Mendonca, Has A Trade War Begun?, Bloomberg Quint (India) Prime Time Debate, 4 April 2018,

(4) Nick Gosnell, Two Separate Cases at Center of U.S.-China Trade Tiff, Professor Says, WIBW News (CBS Radio Network), AM580/FM 104.9, 4 April 2018,

(5) Anna Edgerton, Bob Van Voris & Laura Litvan, Lawmakers Opposed to Trump’s Tariffs Look to Courts to Step In, Bloomberg, 9 March 2018,
(6) Nick Gosnell, Steel and Aluminum Tariffs Signal Opening of Trade War, Says Trade Law Professor, WIBW News (CBS Radio Network), AM580/FM 104.9, 5 March 2018,

(7) Menaka Doshi, Raj Bhala: New Trade War in the Offing, Bloomberg Quint (India) News – First Watch, 3 March 2018,
(8) Gina Kaufmann & Matthew Long-Middleton, Central Standard, The South Asian Community A Year After the Olathe Shooting, National Public Radio (NPR), Kansas City (KCUR 89.3 FM), 22 February 2018,

(9) Tony Mecia, Whirlpool Goes to Washington – Or Why You Are Going To Pay More For Your Next Washer, The Weekly Standard, 9 February 2018,

(10) Nick Gosnell, TPP Alternative Deal Struck Leaving U.S. Out Equals Big Policy Change, Says KU Professor, WIBW News (CBS Radio Network), AM580/FM 104.9, 29 January 2018,

(11) Nick Gosnell, Tariff Decision Significant, Says KU Professor, WIBW News (CBS Radio Network), AM580/FM 104.9, 25 January 2018,

(12) Shawn Donnan, History Suggests Trump Tariffs Could Backfire, Financial Times, 24 January 2018,

(13) Aayush Ailawadi, More Than a State Visit – What Next for Indo-Israeli Ties?, Bloomberg Quint (India) Prime Time Debate, 12 January 2018,

(1) Menaka Doshi, Trump Recognizes Jerusalem as Israeli Capital in U.S. Shift, Bloomberg Quint (India) News – First Word, 7 December 2017,

(2) Nick Gosnell, Yemen in Midst of “Humanitarian Disaster,” Says University of Kansas Professor, WIBW News (CBS Radio Network), AM580/FM 104.9, 24 November 2017,

(3) Nick Gosnell, Middle East Expert Says Much Still to Learn About Latest Saudi Crackdown, WIBW News (CBS Radio Network), AM580/FM 104.9, 8 November 2017,

(4) Nick Gosnell, KU Law Professor Looks Deeper into Iran Deal, Sees Path Forward if Trump Re-Certifies, WIBW News (CBS Radio Network), AM 580/FM 104.9, 12 October 2017,

(5) Miriam Valverde, Fourth Round of NAFTA Negotiations Set for Mid-October, POLITIFACT, 9 October 2017,

(6) Nick Gosnell, Middle East Expert Says Women Driving Will Have Economic Impact in Saudi Arabia, WIBW News (CBS Radio Network), AM 580/FM 104.9, 27 September 2017,

(7) Nick Gosnell, Middle East Trade Conflict Drags On; It Could Create Problems for American Business, Says KU Expert, WIBW News (CBS Radio Network), AM 580/FM 104.9, 16 September 2017,

(8) Jessica Yi, NAFTA Renegotiations, KCBS – San Francisco, 3 September 2017 (live radio interview, MP3 audio file available upon request)
(9) Meredith Hoffman, Trump’s Promise to Leave NAFTA Looks Like Another Empty Threat, VICE, 25 August 2017,

(10) Nick Gosnell, Interview: KU Expert Talks Middle East WTO Dispute, WIBW News (CBS Radio Network), AM 580/FM 104.9, 9 August 2017, (radio interview and online story)

(11) Monsignor Kevin Sullivan, International Trade and the Renegotiation of NAFTA, The Catholic Channel, New York (Sirius Satellite Radio XM 129, “Just Love” Program), 23 June 2017,

(12) Arun Venugopal, Whose Kansas is it Anyway?, National Public Radio (NPR) New York (WNYC 93.9 FM), 9 May 2017 (episode 1 in series on “United States of Anxiety),

(13) Weston Williams, Trump Administration Says U.S. May Defy WTO Rulings: What Does that Mean?, The Christian Science Monitor, 2 March 2017,

(1) Raj Bhala, Will India Be “Great Again” Too With President Trump?, BloombergQuint Opinion (India), 9 November 2016,

(2) Raj Bhala, Does India Matter to the U.S. Presidential Candidates?, BloombergQuint Opinion (India), 7 November 2016,

(3) Mark Mazetti, Claims of Saudi Role in 9/11 Appear Headed for Manhattan Court, The New York Times, 30 September 2016, at A1, (print and online editions).
(4) Nick Gosnell, Override of Veto on 9-11 Suits is a Significant Change, Says KU Professor, WIBW News (CBS Radio Network), AM 580/FM 104.9, 29 September 2016, (radio interview and online story)

(5) Radio Interview, Bryan Ellison, What Next?, Central Standard, National Public Radio (NPR), Kansas City (KCUR 89.3 FM), 29 June 2016, (concerning Brexit, conducted while in France)

(1) Radio Interview, Melissa Chirpin, Trans Pacific Partnership Status, The Scholar’s Circle, 15 March 2015, (aired nationwide)

(2) Is India Special Enough for the 301 List?, 7 India Law News issue 1, 1, 6-11 (Spring 2015) (American Bar Association, Section of International Law, India Committee) (lead article)
(3) Radio Interview, George Freeman, CIA Interrogation Report Released, The Wire, 95b FM, Auckland, New Zealand, 12 December 2014,

(95b FM is the largest independent radio station in New Zealand)

(4) Television Interview, Brian Johnson, KU Professor: Torture Report’s Release Shows U.S. Strength, KMBC TV Channel 9, Kansas City, 9 December 2014,

(5) Radio Interview, Mark Garrison, Marketplace for Monday, August 4, 2014 (Banco Espirito Santo), National Public Radio (NPR), National Edition, 4 August 2014, (audio), (text)

(6) Radio Interview, Suzanne Hogan, The Rise of Anti-Sharia Legislation, Central Standard, National Public Radio (NPR), Kansas City (KCUR 89.3 FM), 21 May 2013,

(7) Article Interview, Jeremy B. White, Oklahoma Ruling Exposes Legal Issues with Sharia Law Bans, International Business Times, 12 January 2012,

(8) Article Interview, Sarah Glazar, Sharia Controversy – Is There a Place for Islamic Law in Western Countries?, 6 CQ Global Researcher issue 1, pages 1-28, 3 January 2012

(9) Article Interview, Jeremy B. White, Newt Gingrich’s Sharia Law Stance Raises Questions, International Business Times, 16 December 2011,
(10) Television Interview, KCTV Channel 5 CBS News, Kansas City, Missouri, Locals React to News of Moammar Gadhafi’s Death, 20 October 2011, and at

(11) Rick Plumlee, Kansans React, Weigh Prospects for Libyan Transition, The Wichita Eagle, 21 October 2011,

(12) A World Trade Round Gone Bad, San Diego Union Tribune, 3 June 2011, at B-7, (with Professor Jamie Cooper, California Western School of Law)

(13) Television Interview, KSNT Channel 27 NBC News, Topeka, Kansas, End of An Era: Hosni Mubarak – Resigned from Office, 14 February 2011,

(14) Why WTO Membership for Iran Makes Sense, Foreign Policy, 23 June 2010, (with Reza Aslan)
(15) Cover Story Feature, Why GATT Matters, Then and Now, GlobaLaw Quarterly 3-6 (Quarter 2, 2009) (Thomson Reuters)
(16) National Public Radio (NPR), Kansas Public Radio (KPR), Doing Business in Islamic Societies, “Up To Date,” 6 March 2006,

(17) A Trade Coalition of the Willing, 10 International Trade Law and Regulation 18-19 (January 2004)
(18) Five Theoretical Themes in the World Trade Organization Adjudicatory System, 6 ILSA Journal of International and Comparative Law 437-43 (Spring 2000)

(1) China, the WTO, and the Converse Question, The Journal of Commerce, 26 April 1999
(2) Open the Door to China, Legal Times, 26 April 1999, at 22
(3) Banana Trade Split Ripens, Legal Times, 8 February 1999, at S36 (Special Report: Going Global – Issues in International Trade and Transactions)
(4) Between Impeachment and Iraq – Bananas, Washington Times, 5 January 1999, at A15
Also published as Banana Case Threatens Rule of Law, The Journal of Commerce, 4 January 1999, at 5A, and Mustn’t Just Swallow Blatant Banana Discrimination, The Houston Chronicle, 30 December 1998, at A23
(5) Fast-Track Law Doomed by Earlier Manoeuvring, National Law Journal, 8 December 1997, at A25

Canada (8/17). The Conference Board of Canada. An American Perspective on NAFTA’s Past, Present, and Future. Canada-wide webinar for legal and business professionals across Canada,

Washington, D.C. (1/16). The Pentagon. Joint Staff (J-5) Strategy and Plans, Political-Military Affairs, Middle East Directorate Strategic Integration Session. Briefing. The Education Battle, Sunni-Shi'a Split, and Authentic versus Inauthentic Precepts in Islamic Law. (J-5 advises the Joint Chiefs of Staff (JCS), and ultimately the Commander in Chief, on strategic matters concerning the Middle East,

Atlanta, Georgia (10/15). Mercer University. 3rd Annual Mercer Conference on Current Trends in International Trade. Keynote Address, Enduring Themes and Radical Transformations in International Trade Law.

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