Richard Falk, professor emeritus of international law and practice at Princeton University, is a visiting professor at the University of California-Santa Barbara.
Articles by this Author
|International Law at the Vanishing Point||
In the summer of 2006, two border incidents were invoked by Israel, with strong US diplomatic support and material assistance, to justify a prolonged military offensive in Gaza and a crushing “shock and awe” assault on Lebanon. The...
|International Law and the al-Aqsa Intifada||
|Reviving Global Justice, Addressing Legitimate Grievances||
|Respect Democracy? Engage Hamas||
The Bush administration is caught in a trap of its own making. Having championed democratic elections in the Middle East, Washington now confronts a politically unpalatable outcome—a Palestinian Authority led by Hamas, the radical Islamic...
|Support for Wall Mocks International law||
What is most remarkable about the International Court of Justice decision on Israel’s “security barrier” in the West Bank is the strength of the consensus behind it. By a vote of 14-1, the 15 distinguished jurists who make up...