Sievers, Eric W. “Water, Conflict, and Regional Security in Central Asia.” New York University Environmental Law Journal 10, no. 356 (2002): 356-402.
Sections: The Soviet Era and Perestroika Promises; Water Basin Tensions in Central Asia; The Impact of International Law and International Institutions; Conclusion
Sievers, Eric W. “The Caspian, Regional Seas, and the Case for a Cultural Study of Law.” Georgetown International Environmental Law Review 13, no. 2 (2001): 361-415.
Sections: The Largest Lake on the Planet; A Traditional American Analysis; A Cultural Analysis; Conclusion: Caspian Black Boxes and Black Gold
Hines, Jonathan H., and Eric W. Sievers. “Legal Regime for Hydrocarbon Development in Uzbekistan.” Journal of Energy & Natural Resources Law 19, no. 4 (2001): 387-402.
Sections: The context; Legal framework: overview; Subsoil Law regime; Administrative picture; Concession Law; General tax incentives and protections for foreign investors; Newest legal acts: steps in the right direction
Sievers, Eric W. “Transboundary Jurisdiction and Watercourse Law: China, Kazakhstan, and the Irtysh.” Texas International Law Journal 37, no. 1 (2002): 1-42.
Sections: Introduction: The Fifth Largest River in the World; Sovereign Kazakhstan on the Edge of China’s Tenth Five-Year Plan; What is Transboundary Watercourse Law?; Remedy and Recourse; Conclusion: Transboundary Jurisdiction
Sievers, Eric W. “Uzbekistan’s Mahalla: From Soviet to Absolutist Residential Community Associations.” Chicago-Kent Journal of International and Comparative Law (2002).
Sections: Introduction: Order Despite Law; Mahalla Space and Mahalla Evolution; Mahalla Eras: Premodern, Soviet, and Post-Soviet; The Problematique of Modern Mahalla Life; Mahalla Reform and Development; Conclusion