L. Ali Khan

L. Ali Khan initially trained as a civil engineer. He later switched to law, obtaining a law degree from Punjab University, Lahore. In 1976, Khan immigrated to the United States and studied law at New York University School of Law where he received his LL.M. and J.S.D. Khan is a member of the New York and Kansas Bars. He is an Emeritus Professor at the Washburn University School of Law.

The Politics of Free Speech in Muslim Countries

Democracy Game Theory for Pakistan

First English, Then American, and Now Muslim Francophobia

Fatou Bensouda: A Daring Prosecutor Who Challenged the US, Israeli Impunity

The Persecution of Hazaras

Pukr: Palestinians, Uighurs, Kashmiris and Rohingyas

Beheadings in France

Pakistan’s Mughal Syndrome

Prosecuting Race Provocateurs: Bolsonaro, Trump, and Others

Fighting Modi with a Poem

Hegemony: the Supreme Law of the Planet

A Playboy Misrules Pakistan

The Revival of Non-Self

Interconnectivity: Hate Crimes Against Jews and Muslims

Is the Left Pro-Islamic?

Bin Laden’s Murder Payment to Pakistan?

Appropriation of Jerusalem

The Merchant of Weapons

Pakistan Showing Eyes to the Trump Administration

Pakistan Faces a Life-Threatening Military Coup

The Monetization of International Relations

Why Most Arab Rulers Detest Free Speech

U.S. Misreads Pakistan’s Antifragility

I’m a Human and I’m a Cartoon

Nations That Threatened the World