Richard Falk

Richard Falk is Albert G. Milbank Professor Emeritus of International Law at Princeton University, Chair of Global law, Queen Mary University London, and Research Associate, Orfalea Center of Global Studies, UCSB.

Donation Politics: Biden’s Global Hypocrisy Starts at Home

Shared Values and Fist Bump Geopolitics: Biden’s Blurred Vision of Human Rights

The Worst is Yet to Come: When the Center Does Not Hold

Westphalian Logic and Geopolitical Prudence in the Nuclear Age

Ideological Silos of Left and Right: Missing the Point in Ukraine

Toward a Peoples Ukraine Wars Tribunal

The Second Level Geopolitical War in Ukraine Takes Over

Stop the Geopolitical War Now

Why Ukraine?

Make Peace, Not War, in Ukraine

Reaching a Nuclear Agreement with Iran: the Problematics of Middle Eastern Diplomacy

January 6, a Year Later

Trumpism, Where Does It Go From Here?

When Rogue States Sanction the International Criminal Court

Burning Amazonia, Denying Climate Change, Devastating Syria, Starving Yemen, and Ignoring Kashmir

America’s ‘Liberalism’ & Other Inhumane Styles of Governance at Home and Internationally

Israel’s New Cultural War of Aggression

The U.S. Attack on al-Shayrat Airfield

The Dismal Cartography of the Pre-Fascist State

If Obama Visits Hiroshima

Reflections on the Brussels Attacks

Slouching Toward Global Disaster

Why Foreign Military Intervention Usually Fails in the 21st Century

On Sweden’s “Bold” Initiative

After Sendai

After Iraq, Does the UN War Prevention System Have a Future?

Iraq and the Failures of Democracy

War with Iraq is Not Bush’s Decision

No War Against Iraq

Taming the Nuclear Monster