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Theory of Universal Democracy : Beyond the End of History (Developments in International Law) Hardcover – January 1, 2003
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About the Author
Khan is the founder of Legal Scholar Academy.
Khan has authored several books, including The Extinction of Nation-States (1996), A Theory of Universal Democracy (2003), A Theory of International Terrorism (2006), Contemporary Ijtihad: Limits and Controversies (2011), New Iliad (2013), Flexibility under Islamic Law (2015), and Islam Enters America(2015). Over the years, he has written numerous law review articles and essays on Islamic law, international law, commercial law, creative writing, legal humor, jurisprudence, the U.S. Constitution, comparative constitutional law, human rights, and foreign policy. His academic writings are used as part of course materials in universities across the world.
Khan has devoted much of his academic scholarship to Islamic law and conflicts involving Muslim communities. Khan has participated in Islamic law symposia held at the law schools of Samford University, University of St. Thomas, Michigan State University, and Brigham Young University--contributing ground-breaking articles on Islamic jurisprudence.
In addition to law articles and academic books, Khan also writes for the popular press. His legal and foreign affairs commentaries are published worldwide and international media seek his comments on world events. Khan's commentaries have been published in Counterpunch, Huffington Post, JURIST, The Hindu, Dawn (Pakistan), and numerous other publications.
He comments on world affairs on international radio and television media, including BBC, Press TV, and NPR.
Khan's writings are cited in various Wikipedia entries, including Sharia, Islamic democracy, nation-state, definitions of terrorism, and manual labor.
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