Richard Falk is professor of politics and international affairs, emeritus, at Princeton University and a visiting professor at the University of California.
Richard Falk Princeton Üniversitesi’nde siyaset ve uluslararası ilişkiler bölümünde emeritus profesör ve California Üniversitesi Santa Barbara ’ da misafir ogretim uyesi
Published in: openGlobalRights-openpageHuman rights and the failed coup in Turkey
There are risks for human rights in the post-coup purges in Turkey. But we must applaud more loudly the coup’s...
Published in: openGlobalRights-openpageİnsan hakları ve Türkiye’deki darbe girişimi
Her ne kadar Türkiye’deki darbe girişiminden sonra yapılmakta olan temizlikte insan hakları riskleri söz konusuysa...
Published in: openSecurityPeople's tribunals, and the roots of civil society justice
Starting with the Russell Tribunal in 1967, civil society tribunals have emerged to fill the normative vacuum...
Reflections on my interview with the Turkish prime minister
Why was there such a fuss? Should we never listen to what political leaders have to say in explanation of their policies?
Turkish PM in conversation, part 3: How do you create a fairer society?
Can Turkey talk about its concern for social welfare given its rapacious capitalist practises, lack of labour rights...
Turkish PM in conversation, Part 2: Old Turkey, New Turkey
Many observers fear Turkey is heading towards majoritarian tyranny. How does Turkey's 'representative democracy'...