Research Areas: Arms Control and Disarmament, International Security Regimes, The Law of Arms Control and the Law of Weaponry, Israel’s Foreign and Defense Policy.
Eitan Barak (Nov. 2011), Deadly Metal Rain: The Legality of Flechette Weapons in International Law - A Reappraisal Following Israel's Use in the Gaza Strip (2001-2009), (Leiden & Boston: Martinus Nijhoff Publishers), [International Humanitarian Law Series; Vol. 32; Editors-in-Chief: H.E. Judge Christopher Greenwood & Prof. Timothy L.H. McCormack;].
Eitan Barak (2010). None to be Trusted: Israel's Use of Cluster Munitions in the Second Lebanon War and the Case for the Convention on Cluster Munitions. American University International Law Review 25(3):423-483.
Eitan Barak, (January 2008). The Freedom that Never Was: Israel's Freedom of Overflight over the Straits of Tiran Prior to the Six Day War. Journal of Contemporary History, 43(1): 73–89.
Eitan Barak, (December 2007). Israel and an International Peacekeeping Force in the Gaza Strip and West Bank: A Welcome Development?. Contemporary Security Policy, 28(3): 559-578.
Eitan Barak, (Summer 2004). On the Power of Tacit Understandings ¬¬¬– Israel, Egypt and Freedom of Passage through the Suez Canal, 1957-1960. The Middle East Journal, 58(3): 444-468..
Eitan Barak, (Autumn 2003). Where Do We Go From Here? The Chemical Weapons Convention in the Middle East in the Post-Saddam Era. Security Studies, 13(1):106-155.