Human rights are not a suicide pact
Philosophy of human rights does not mean impotence, stupidity or ineffectiveness. Human rights are not a suicide pact.
mallat.com is pleased to announce the publication of a groundbreaking book on nonviolence at Oxford University Press
Triumphs and Disasters
Edited by Adam Roberts, Michael J. Willis, Rory McCarthy
The book includes nine country-based chapters by outstanding scholars, and an important conclusion by Adam Roberts.
Aftermath of Paris massacre: Let’s seek justice not war
Chibli Mallat : Je rêve d'être un imbécile heureux
L’avocat international et professeur de droit s’est prêté au questionnaire de la Seize.
Ahmed Chalabi was right that Saddam Hussein had to be removed
The Guardian, 10 November 2015
The late deputy prime minister provoked many passions, and I disagreed with him over the invasion, but Iraq’s dictatorship had to end.
Mallat at AUB for launch of Philosophy of Nonviolence, 13 Feb. 2015
Professor Mallat, in your most recent book you develop a philosophy of nonviolence. Isn't that a very optimistic perspective when looking to the situation in the Middle East?
The more important question is whether my analysis of nonviolence for what happened in 2011 is correct. It is true that we see an immense violence in the Middle East now. more
آل ملّاط: مسيرة مشرقة في القضاء والمحاماة والأدب والشعر ومنهم أوّل رئيس للمجلس الدستوري