Swaine, A. (2018) Conflict-Related Violence Against Women: Transforming Transition. New York: Cambridge University Press.
O’Rourke, C, Swaine, A. (2018) CEDAW and the Security Council: Enhancing Women’s Rights in Conflict, International and Comparative Law Quarterly, 67 (1), 167-199.
O’Rourke, C., Swaine, A. (2017) Gender, Violence and Reparations in Northern Ireland: A Story Yet to be Told, International Journal of Human Rights, 21, (9), 1302-1319.
Swaine, A. (2016). Law and Negotiation: A Role for a Transformative Approach? Global Policy, 7 (2), 282-287.
Swaine, A. (2015) Beyond Strategic Rape and Between the Public and Private: Violence Against Women in Armed Conflict. Human Rights Quarterly 37 (3), 755-786.
Myrttinnen, H., Swaine, A. (2015) Monster Myths, Selfies and Grand Declarations. International Journal of Feminist Politics 17 (3), 496-502.
Ní Aolain, F., O’Rourke, C., Swaine, A. (2015) Transforming Reparations for Conflict-related Sexual Violence: Principles and Practice. Harvard Human Rights Journal, 28 (1), 95-144.
Swaine, A. (2014) Substantive New Normative Provisions on Women and Armed Conflict Concurrently Adopted by the United Nations Security Council and the CEDAW Committee. American Society for International Law Insights, 18 (5).
Rooney, E., Swaine, A. (2012). The ‘Long Grass’ of Agreements: Promise, Theory and Practice. International Criminal Law Review, 12 (3), 519-548.
Burns, K., Foran, S., Swaine, A. (2012. Improving the Effectiveness of Humanitarian Action: Progress in Implementing the IASC Gender Marker. Gender and Development, 20 (2), 233-247.
Swaine, A. (2009). Assessing the Potential of National Action Plans to Advance Implementation of UN Security Council Resolution 1325 (UNSCR 1325).Yearbook of International Humanitarian Law 12, 403-433.
[Forthcoming] Swaine, A. (2018) Women, Peace and Security. In: P. Williams, M. McDonald, eds. Security Studies: An Introduction, UK: Routledge.
[Forthcoming] Swaine, A. (2018) Pursuing Gender Security. In: S. Davies, J. True, eds. Oxford Handbook of Women, Peace and Security, UK: Oxford University Press.
Swaine, A. (2017). Globalising Women, Peace and Security: Trends in National Action Plans. In: S. Aroussi, ed. Rethinking National Action Plans on Women, Peace and Security, NATO Science for Peace and Security Series, Amsterdam: IOS Publishing, 7-27.
Swaine, A. (2016). Enabling or Disabling Paternalism: (In)attention to Gender and Women’s Knowledge, Capacity and Authority in Humanitarian Contexts.In: M. N. Barnett, ed. Paternalism Beyond Borders, New York: Cambridge University Press.
Swaine, A. (2015). Practicing Women, Peace and Security in Post-Conflict Reconstruction. In: J. Sweeney, M. Saul, eds. International Law and Post-Conflict Reconstruction Policy, New York: Routledge, 66-94.
Swaine, A. (2004). A Neglected Perspective: Adolescent Girls’ Experiences of the Kosovo Conflict of 1999. In: J.Boyden, J. de Berry, eds. Children and Youth on the Frontline: Ethnography, Armed Conflict and Displacement, Oxford: Berghahn Books, 63-84.
Policy Publications, Reports and Briefs
Swaine, A. (2017). Furthering Comprehensive Approaches to the needs of Victims/Survivors of Conflict-related Sexual Violence: An Analysis of National Action Plans on Women, Peace and Security in Indonesia, Nepal, Philippines and Timor-Leste. Bangkok: UN Women.
Swaine, A. (2016). Making Women and Girls’ Needs, Wellbeing and Rights Central to National Action Plans in the Asia-Pacific Region, Bangkok: UN Women.
O’Rourke, C., Swaine, A. (2015). Guidebook on CEDAW General Recommendation No. 30 and the Security Council Resolutions on Women, Peace and Security. New York: UN Women.
Miller, B., Pournik, M., Swaine, A. (2014). Women in Peace and Security through United Nations Security Resolution 1325: Literature Review, Content Analysis of National Action Plans, and Implementation. Working Paper of Institute for Global and International Studies, George Washington University.
Swaine, A. (2013). National Implementation of the UN Security Council’s women, peace and security resolutions, Norway: NOREF.
Swaine, A. (2013) A Programme of Work for Gender Equality in the Emergency and Recovery Section’s work. Dublin: Irish Aid, Irish Department of Foreign Affairs.
ní Aoláin, F., O’Rourke, C., Swaine, A. (2012). Reparations for Conflict-related Sexual Violence. New York and Geneva: UN Women and UNOHCHR.
Swaine, A. (2012). Interagency Standing Committee on Humanitarian Action Gender Marker: Analysis of Results and Lessons Learned. Geneva: United Nations.
Swaine, A. (2011). Learning Brief: Addressing GBV in Post-Conflict & Fragile States: A Case Study of Sierra Leone. Dublin: Irish Consortium on Gender Based Violence.
Swaine, A. (2010). Voices of Experience: Cross-Learning Process on UNSCR 1325. Dublin: Irish Department of Foreign Affairs.
Doody, A., Murray,S., Swaine, A. (2010). Gender Equality Policy Review Report. Dublin: Irish Aid, Irish Department of Foreign Affairs.
Swaine, A. (2008). Stepping Up Ireland’s Response to Women, Peace and Security: United Nations Security Council Resolution 1325. Dublin: Irish Consortium on Gender Based Violence.
Swaine, A. (2003). Traditional Justice and Gender Based Violence in Timor-Leste. Dili: The International Rescue Committee.
Media and Online Blogs
Swaine, A. (12th September, 2017). CEDAW General Recommendation 35 draws an explicit link between gender, discrimination and conflict-related violence against women. LSE Center for Women, Peace and Security Blog Series.
Swaine, A. (13th October, 2015). Implementing Resolution 1325: The role of action plans. 50:50 Inclusive Democracy. “Practicing Women, Peace and Security in Post-Conflict Reconstruction.” International Law Observer.
Swaine, A. (8th September, 2015.) Practicing Women, Peace and Security in Post-Conflict Reconstruction. International Law Observer.
Swaine, A. (28th April, 2015). A century of social and political change - but much more remains to be done. Irish Independent.
Swaine, A. (18th April, 2015). Debating the long and the short-term view of sexual violence in war. 50:50 Inclusive Democracy.
Swaine, A. (14th May, 2014). Women, Peace and Security and Much More Accountability.Global Gender Current.
Swaine, A. (15th April, 2014). Law, Negotiation and Armed Conflict: What Role for Gender Equality? Global Gender Current.
Swaine, A. (5th March, 2014). Addressing Gender Equality and Gender-based Crimes at the International Criminal Court: Commenting on the Office of the Prosecutor’s new draft policy. Global Gender Current.
Swaine, A. (September, 2012). How can National Action Plans be used most effectively? Hannah’s House E-zine.