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Professor Falk Interviewed on Radio About Israel

December 20, 2008 by | Faculty

Visiting Professor and UN human rights investigator Richard Falk was interviewed on Radio France Internationale, about his expulsion from Israel. Professor Falk claims that Israel is trying to conceal the effects of its blockade of the Gaza Strip by preventing him from reporting on the situation. Falk was kept at Ben Gurion airport for more

Professor Falk Quoted on War

November 3, 2008 by | Faculty

Professor Richard Falk was quoted in an article entitled, “Will the Next President Be Any Better?”  This article discusses the current wars and raids around the world by the United States troops.  Professor Falk stated that, “such cross-border raids run a severe risk of ‘feeding an extremist mentality in the countries affected, and doing more

Professor Falk Presented at Chapman Dialogue

October 20, 2008 by | Faculty

Distinguished Visiting Professor of Law Richard Falk presented “Debating International law Since 9/11: Principled and Pragmatic Controversies,” at a Chapman Dialogue this Saturday.  An audience of close to a hundred attended the event, including Lucy Reed the president of the American Society of International Law (ASIL) and Betsy Andersen, ASIL’s executive director.  In addition, dozens

Chapman Dialogues to Include Falk, Crass and Galbraith

August 13, 2008 by | General News

Associate Dean Timothy Canova has released the preliminary schedule of Chapman Dialogues for 2008-09. The list for 2008-09 features distinguished guest speakers that include Richard Falk, Ronald Cass and James Galbraith, with topics such as international law, privacy rights and gay marriage.  View schedule…

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