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Aslı U. Bâli

Aslı Ü. Bâli is Professor of Law at Yale Law School.


In Palestine and Kurdistan, promising experiments in self-determination draw on the region’s pluralist history.

Aslı U. Bâli, Omar Dajani
The COVID-19 crisis presents a unique and urgent opportunity to rebalance power away from executives and back to legislatures.
Asl? U. Bâli, Hanna Lerner

In a world imperiled by global pandemic, it is long past time to put an end to sanctions—including new ones against Iran—and to reconstruct U.S. foreign policy around international solidarity.

Asl? U. Bâli, Aziz Rana
With Assad preparing a major offensive on the last rebel stronghold, the United States must offer a path forward. 
Asl? U. Bâli, Aziz Rana
As the Trump–Putin summit made clear, U.S. policy in Syria has always been about grand strategy—never about what would actually help the people on the ground.
Asl? U. Bâli, Aziz Rana

Could Trump's repudiation of the Iran Deal be the beginning of the end of U.S. hegemony abroad?

Asl? U. Bâli, Aziz Rana

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