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Richard A. Falk

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Richard A. Falk "is the Albert G. Milbank Professor of International Law and Practice at Princeton University since 1965. B.S. (economics), Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania (1952); LL.B., Yale Law School (1955); J.S.D., Harvard University (1962). He has been on the editorial boards of about ten journals and magazines, including the American Journal of International Law (1961-) and The Nation (1978-). Prof. Falk has served on the boards or been otherwise associated with scores of professional organizations, including serving as Chairman of the Consultative Council, Lawyers' Committee on American Policy Toward Vietnam (1967-75). Prof. Falk has provided expert testimony in many high profile cases and legislative and administrative hearings. He has been a member of international panels of jurors addressing "Marcos' Policies in the Philippines," "The Armenian Genocide," "Reagan's War Against Nicaragua," Nuclear Warfare, "Puerto Rico: A History of Repression and Struggle," and "Amazonia: Development and Human Rights." Prof. Falk has written extensively on international law and the law of war." [1]

He has recently authored a book with Howard Friel.

Books

  • Terrence Paupp and Richard Falk, The Future of Global Relations: Crumbling Walls, Rising Regions (Palgrave Macmillan, June 2009).

Resources and articles

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References

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  13. Fellows, Citizens for Global Solutions, accessed December 22, 2008.
  14. History, American Movement for World Government, accessed March 10, 2009.
  15. Green Institute Advisory Board, organizational web page, accessed August 15, 2017.