Antechinus: Richard Falk — Anger Over My UN Apartheid Report Shows Israeli Weakness on the Facts of the Matter in Relation to Palestine

Richard Falk: The anger at my UN ‘apartheid’ report shows Israel’s weakness Denunciations of the report by the recently designated American ambassador at the UN, Nikki Haley, and by the firebrand Israeli diplomat, Danny Danon among others, is part of a trend in recent years in which supporters of Israel move to close down critical …

Richard Falk: Nonviolent Geopolitics – Law, Politics, and 21st Century Security

Nonviolent Geopolitics: Law, Politics, and 21st Century Security* In this short essay, my attempt will be to articulate a conception of a world order premised on nonviolent geopolitics, as well as to consider some obstacles to its realization. By focusing on the interplay of “law” and “geopolitics” the intention is to consider the role played …

Richard Falk: Why Do I Persist?

I have been asked recently why do I persist in working hard for the things that I believe in, knowing that I will die in the next several years, and am almost certain not to be around for the catastrophic future that seems to cast its dark shadow across the road ahead, and can only …

Richard Falk: The Wrong Red Lines

The wrong ‘red line’ The world we inhabit badly needs red lines, but “the right red lines”, writes Falk. Richard Falk Richard Falk is Albert G. Milbank Professor Emeritus of International Law at Princeton University and Visiting Distinguished Professor in Global and International Studies at the University of California, Santa Barbara. He is also the …