CCHN Field Manual on Frontline Humanitarian Negotiation, Bruderlein C., ICRC Publication, Geneva (Switzerland) December 2018 (revised edition: Geneva, November 2019, translated in French (2020) and Spanish (2021).

HPCR Practitioners’ Handbook on Monitoring, Reporting and Fact-Finding, Grace, R., Bruderlein, C. Ed., Cambridge University Press, June 2017.

HPCR Manual on International Law Applicable to Air and Missile Warfare, Dinstein Y., Demeyere B., Bruderlein C. Ed. Cambridge University Press, June 2013

Nahikian, A., V. Sistenich, F. Audet, and C. Bruderlein. Mapping the Dissemination of Innovation and Practice through Humanitarian Professional Networks. Harvard Program on Humanitarian Policy and Conflict Research (HPCR), in Grotius International, March 2013

Naz K. Modirzadeh, Dustin A. Lewis, and Claude Bruderlein, “Humanitarian engagement under counter-terrorism: a conflict of norms and the emerging policy landscape” International Review of the Red Cross, Vol. 93, No. 863, September 2011

Bruderlein, C. “Introduction” in the Texas International Law Journal, following “The 2009 Air and Missile Warfare Manual: A Critical Analysis” Symposium. Volume 47, Winter 2011-2012.

Demeyere, B. and Bruderlein, C. “On the Origins and Methods of the ‘HPCR Manual on International Law Applicable to Air and Missile Warfare'”, Humanitas et Militaris, December 2010.

Theresa S. Betancourt, Mary K. S. Fawzi, Claude Bruderlein, Chris Desmond, Jim Y Kim « Children affected by HIV/AIDS: SAFE, a model for promoting their security, health, and development. »Psychology Health and Medicine. 05/2010; 15(3):243-65.

Research development, survey design, and approval from the HSPH Institutional Review Board (Protocol No. 18874-101) for Research Survey on Safety, Security, and Well-Being of Professionals in Humanitarian Assistance and Protection”, Summer 2010.

“Peace-building in Nepal,” Proceedings to a Student Workshop in January 2009, organized with the South Asia Regional Coordination Office of Swiss NCCR and the Human and Natural Resources Studies Center, Kathmandu University; April 2009.

Bruderlein, C. and Bollettino, V. “Training humanitarian professionals at a distance: testing the feasibility of distance learning with humanitarian professionals.” Distance Education Vol. 29, No. 3. November 2008: 269–287.

Bruderlein, C. and Kaimal, S. “From Information Overload to Informed Decision: Designing an Information System to Support Peacebuilding”. Journal of Peacebuilding and Development. Vol. 4, No. 2. 2008: 95-99.

Hill, A., G., Clark, C., J. Lubbad, I. & Bruderlein, C. “Hope and despair over health in Gaza”, The British Medical Journal, Vol. 333, 21 October 2006, pp. 845 – 846

Bruderlein C., Gassmann, P. “Managing Security Risks in Hazardous Missions: The Challenges of Securing United Nations Access to Vulnerable Groups” in Harvard Human Rights Journal, Vol. 19 (Spring 2006), pp. 63 – 92

Bruderlein, C. “Human security challenges in the occupied Palestinian territory” In: Aid, Diplomacy and Facts on the Ground: The Case of Palestine, Michael Keating, Anne Le More and Robert Lowe, eds., Chatham House, London. July 2005

Bruderlein, C., “Protection, occupation and International Humanitarian Law in the occupied Palestinian territory”, Humanitarian Exchange, Overseas Development Institute, London, November 2004 pp.5 – 9

Leaning J, Arie S, Holleufer G, & Bruderlein C. “Conflict and Human Security.” In: Chen L, Leaning J, Narasimhan V, eds. Global Health Challenges for Human Security. Cambridge (MA): Global Equity Initiative, Asia Center, Faculty of Arts and Sciences, Harvard University; 2003.

Bruderlein, C., “People’s Security as a New Measure of Stability”, International Review of the Red Cross, Vol. 83, no. 842 (June 2001), pp.353-366

Bruderlein C. “The end of innocence: An essay on humanitarian protection in the Twentieth century” In: Civilians in war: Global norms, local contexts, Chesterman S, ed. Oxford University Press, New York and London, publication date July 2000.

Bruderlein, C., Leaning, J. “New Challenges for Humanitarian Protection”, The British Medical Journal, Vol. 7207, 14 August 1999, pp. 430-435