Treating Competent Patients by Force: The Limits and Lessons of Israel’s Patient Rights Act; Journal of Medical Ethics, 2005, 16(1):29-34

Physician-Assisted Draft Evasion: Civil Disobedience, Medicine and War; Cambridge Quarterly of Healthcare Ethics, 2005, 14:444-454

Bioethics and Armed Conflict: Mapping the Moral Dimensions of Medicine and War; Hasting Center Report, 2004, 34(6): 22-30

One Voice or Many: The Language of Community; Cambridge Quarterly of Healthcare Ethics, 2004 Winter;13(1):28-33

Doctors in the Decent Society: Medical Care, Torture and Ill-Treatment; Bioethics, 2004, 18 (2):181-203

Wagging the Watchdog: Law and the Emergence of Bioethics; Medicine and Law, 2002, 21 (4): 687-711

Abortion and Neonaticide: Looking for Logic in Four Nations; Bioethics, 2002, 16 (3):202-230

Medical Ethics Education: To What Ends?; Journal of Evaluation in Clinical Practice, 2001, 7 (4): 387-397

Avoiding Anomalous Newborns: Preemptive Abortion, Treatment Thresholds and the Case of Baby Messenger; Journal of Medical Ethics,2000, 26(4):242-248

Medical Ethics Education and Physician Morality; Social Science and Medicine, 1999, 49:329-42.

After Feticide: Coping with Late-term Abortion in Israel, Western Europe and the United States; Cambridge Quarterly of Healthcare Ethics, 1999, 8(4):449-462.