Richard Falk

  • The world watches as tragedy unfolds beneath its gaze. Khader Adnan is entering his 61st day as a hunger striker in an Israeli prison, being held under an administrative detention order without trial, charges, or any indication of the evidence against him.From the outset of his brutal arrest in ...

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  • It may not ease the daily pain of occupation and and second class citizenship, but the admission of blockade or the endless anguish of refugee status and exile or the continual humiliations of discrimination Palestine to membership in Unesco is for so many reasons a step forward in the long march ...

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  • The Arab Spring (and its troublesome aftermath in Egypt); intervention in Libya; non-intervention in Syria; drone military operations in Pakistan, Yemen, Somalia; the influx of unwanted immigrants and walls of exclusion; and selective applications of international criminal law - alldraw into ...

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