JAMES COCKAYNE, 2020. Challenges in United Nations counterterrorism coordination. In: BEN SAUL, ed., Research Handbook on International Law and Terrorism 2nd ed.. Edward Elgar.
JAMES COCKAYNE, 2020. Working with the Financial Sector to Correct the Market Failure of Modern Slavery Journal of Business and Human Rights. (In Press.)
JAMES COCKAYNE, 2019. Unlocking Potential: A Blueprint for Mobilizing Finance Against Slavery and Trafficking United Nations University. (9789280865080)
KELLY A. GLEASON and JAMES COCKAYNE, 2018. Official Development Assistance and SDG Target 8.7: Measuring Aid to Address Forced Labour, Modern Slavery, Human Trafficking and Child Labour United Nations University. (9789280865)
JAMES COCKAYNE, 2018. Fairly Clear Risks: Protecting UN sanctions' legitimacy and effectiveness through fair and clear procedures United Nations University. (9789280890631)
JAMES COCKAYNE, 2017. Can organised crime shape post-war transitions? Evidence from Sicily Third World Thematics. 9-27
CHRISTIAN WENAWESER and JAMES COCKAYNE, 2017. Justice for Syria?: The International, Impartial and Independent Mechanism and the Emergence of the UN General Assembly in the Realm of International Criminal Justice Journal of International Criminal Justice. 15(2), 211-230
JAMES COCKAYNE, JOHN DE BOER and LOUISE BOSETTI, 2017. Going Straight: Criminal Spoilers, Gang Truces and Negotiated Transitions to Lawful Order United Nations University.
JAMES COCKAYNE and AMANDA ROTH, 2017. Crooked States: How organized crime and corruption will impact governance in 2050 and what states can - and should - do about it now (9789280890587)
JAMES COCKAYNE, 2016. The anti-slavery potential of international criminal justice Journal of International Criminal Justice. 14(2), 469-484
JAMES COCKAYNE, 2016. Counter-Terrorism and Transnational Crime. In: JACOB KATZ COGAN, IAN HURD and IAN JOHNSTONE, eds., The Oxford Handbook of International Organizations Oxford University Press.
JAMES COCKAYNE, 2016. Confronting Organized Crime and Piracy. In: SEBASTIAN VON EINSIEDEL, DAVID MALONE and BRUNO STAGNO UGARTE, eds., The UN Security Council in the 21st Century Lynne Rienner. 299-322
JAMES COCKAYNE and SIOBHAN O'NEIL, eds., 2015. UN DDR in an Era of Violent Extremism: Is it Fit for Purpose? United Nations University.
JAMES COCKAYNE, 2015. Unshackling Development: Why we need a global partnership to end modern slavery (978-92-808-9015-0)
JAMES COCKAYNE, 2014. Private Military and Security Companies. In: ANDREW CLAPHAM and PAOLA GAETA, eds., The Oxford Handbook of International Law in Armed Conflict Oxford University Press. 624-655
JAMES COCKAYNE, 2014. The futility of force?: The futility of force? Strategic lessons for dealing with unconventional armed groups from the UN’s war on Haiti’s gangs Journal of Strategic Studies. 37(5), 736-769
JAMES COCKAYNE, 2013. Wrestling with Shadows: Principled Engagement with Violent Economies and the Repressive Regimes that Rule Them. In: MORTEN PEDERSEN and DAVID KINLEY, eds., Principled Engagement: Negotiating Human Rights in Repressive States Ashgate. 171-198
JAMES COCKAYNE and ADAM LUPEL, eds., 2011. Peace Operations and Organised Crime: Enemies or Allies? Routledge.
JAMES COCKAYNE, 2011. Unintended Justice: The United Nations Security Council and the turn to International Criminal Governance. In: ADAM CRAWFORD, ed., International and Comparative Criminal Justice and Urban Governance: Convergence and Divergence in Global, National and Local Settings Cambridge University Press. 41-66
JAMES COCKAYNE and DAVID MALONE, 2008. Iraq, 1990-1991 and 2002-2003. In: VAUGHAN LOWE, ADAM ROBERTS, JENNIFER WELSH and DOMINIK ZAUM, eds., The Security Council and War 384-405
JAMES COCKAYNE, 2007. The global reorganization of legitimate violence: military entrepreneurs and the private face of international humanitarian law International Review of the Red Cross. 88(863), 1-32
JAMES COCKAYNE, 2005. Hybrids or mongrels?: Internationalized war crimes trials as unsuccessful degradation ceremonies Journal of Human Rights. 4, 1-19
2005. The Fraying Shoestring:: rethinking hybrid war crimes tribunals Fordham Journal of International Law. 28(3), 616-680
JAMES COCKAYNE, 2002. Islam and International Humanitarian Law: From a 'Clash' to a 'Conversation' of Civilizations International Review of the Red Cross. September 2002(847), 597-626
JAMES COCKAYNE, 2001. More Than Sorry: Constructing a Legal Architecture for Practical Reconciliation Sydney Law Review. 23(4),
JAMES COCKAYNE, 2001. Members of the Yorta Yorta Aboriginal Community v. Victoria and Ors: Indigenous and Colonial Traditions in Native Title Melbourne University Law Review. 25(3),