Chibli Mallat, Professor of Law at the University of Utah S.J. Quinney College of Law, has recently published three op-eds on the Jurist legal news and research website, as well as on Ahram Online.
Mallat’s three editorials are:
“Syrian Diplomatic Recognition in International Law,” which argues that the international community should take measured steps to de-recognize the current in Syria in order to support the nonviolent efforts of protestors in that country;
“Saving the nonviolent revolution in Syria: For a credible strategy,” which argues for a coercive strategy to demoralize Syrian dictator Bashar Al-Asad and his supporters, while maintaining the non-violent character of the Syrian revolution; and
“Time to join forces for a nonviolent revolution in the Middle East, “ an open letter to Iran’s nonviolent protestors, which notes that “Iran’s freedom is stirring again, and we are humbled by your courage and determination.