Schmidt, Dennis R. (Forthcoming), ‘International Law and International Order’, Oxford Research Encyclopaedia of International Studies.
Schmidt, Dennis R. (Forthcoming), ‘Global Power Shifts and International Law’. In Power Transition and Fundamental Institutional Change in a New World Order, edited by Cornelia Navari and Tonny Knudsen. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.
Schmidt, Dennis R. (Forthcoming), ‘In Whose Name? Mapping the Constitutional Legitimacy of Hybrid Internationalised Criminal Courts’, In: Kirsten Ainley and Mark Kersten (eds), Hybrid Justice: Innovation and Impact in the Prosecution of Atrocity Crimes. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
Schmidt, Dennis R., Kilian Spandler and Thomas Linsenmaier (2021), ‘On the Meaning(s) of Norms in International Relations: Ambiguity and Global Governance in a Post-Hegemonic World’, Review of International Studies 47(4), 508-527.
Schmidt, Dennis R. (2020), ‘Pluralism and International Law in the English School’, Cambridge Review of International Affairs 33(4), 491-494.
Schmidt, Dennis R. (2020), ‘Complexity in International Society: Theorising Fragmentation and Linkages in Primary and Secondary Institutions’, in Complexity, Governance & Networks 6(1), 94-108.
Schmidt, Dennis R. (2019), ‘Institutionalising Morality: The UN Security Council and the Fundamental Norms of the International Legal Order’, in Cornelia Navari and Tonny Knudsen (eds.) International Organisations in the Anarchical Society. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillian.
Schmidt, Dennis R. and Luca Trenta (2018), ‘Changes in the Law of Self-Defence? Drones, Imminence, and International Norm Dynamics’, Journal on the Use of Force and International Law 5(2): 201-245.
Schmidt, Dennis R. (2016), ‘Peremptory Law, Global Order, and the Normative Boundaries of a Pluralistic World’, International Theory 8(2): 262-296.
Schmidt, Dennis R. (2015) ‘The International Community: Conceptual Insights from Law and Sociology’, E-International Relations.
Schmidt, Dennis R. (2015), ‘Mediations on the Role and Rule of Law’, Journal of International Law and International Relations 11(1): 81-84.