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White, Nigel D. (2009) "Defending humanity: when force is justified and why", by George P Fletcher and Jens Ohlin. Melbourne Journal of International Law, 10 (1). pp. 379-393.
White, Nigel D. (2012) Due diligence obligations of conduct: developing a responsibility regime for PMSCs. Criminal Justice Ethics, 31 (3). pp. 233-261. ISSN 0731-129X
White, Nigel D. (2010) International law, the United Kingdom and decisions to deploy troops abroad. International and Comparative Law Quarterly, 59 (3). pp. 814-823. ISSN 0020-5893
White, Nigel D. (2013) Security Council mandates and the use of lethal force by peacekeepers. In: Public Lecture, Australian Centre for Military and Security Law, 21 February 2013, Australian National University, Canberra. (Unpublished)
White, Nigel D. (2014) Security Council mandates and the use of lethal force by peacekeepers: what place for the laws of war? In: Contemporary challenges to the laws of war: essays in honour of Professor Peter Rowe. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, pp. 96-116. ISBN 9781107063556
White, Nigel D. (2012) The UK's membership of the UN in the event of Scottish independence: written evidence given to the Foreign Affairs Committee of the House of Commons. In: Foreign Affairs Committee of the House of Commons: The Foreign Policy Implications of and for a Separate Scotland, 16 October 2012, Thatcher Room, Portcullis House, Westminster, UK.
White, Nigel D. (2015) The normalization of US-Cuba relations: the easing of the embargo and the role of international law. In: Guest Lecture, 12 February 2015, Universita di Roma 3. (Unpublished)
White, Nigel D. (2006) The ties that bind: the EU, the UN and international law. Netherlands Yearbook of International Law, 37 . pp. 57-107. ISSN 0167-6768
White, Nigel D. (2014) The use of weapons in peace operations. In: Weapons under international human rights law. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, pp. 197-239. ISBN 9781107027879
White, Nigel D. (2004) The will and authority of the Security Council after Iraq. Leiden Journal of International Law, 17 (4). pp. 645-672. ISSN 0922-1565