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Palestine question and international law.
|Series||Palestine books, no. 28|
|LC Classifications||DS119.7 Y25|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||222|
Experts need to continue to press back on the International Criminal Court’s recognition of Palestine as a state, because “there is still time and room to counter this,” international law Author: YONAH JEREMY BOB. Salma Karmi-Ayyoub The Electronic Intifada 22 October Justice for Some: Law and the Question of Palestine by Noura Erakat, Stanford University Press (). Noura Erakat explores the role of international law in the struggle for Palestinian national liberation in her latest book Justice for Some.. It is unlike other books on the question of law and Palestine – such as Victor Kattan’s.
The book ultimately proposes that we can understand the question of Palestine through the establishment of a legal structure of exception that marked the juridical erasure of Palestinian peoplehood. This structure both helps explain Israel’s legal tactics for reifying its colonial domination, as well as Palestinian strategic turns aimed at. In this brilliant book, human rights attorney Noura Erakat offers a compelling legal history and shows how the law can work for and against Palestine. The Question of Palestine by Edward Said.
International law is quite clear on the matter of occupation of territory by force and the International Court of Justice has ruled on the de-facto annexation of the West Bank created by the Israeli security wall. It's high time that title to the biggest real estate dispute in history was resolved once and for all, but it can only be resolved Author: Ran Chakrabarti. Francis A. Boyle is a professor of international law at the University of Chicago and a Defence Lawyer at the International Court of Justice. He received his Master’s Degree and PhD in Political Science, as well as his Doctor of Law from Harvard University. He is the author of numerous books including, The Future of International Law and American Foreign Policy, World Politics and.
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Within the law, change is possible. International law can serve the cause of freedom when it is mobilized in support of a political movement. Presenting the promise and risk of international law, Justice for Some calls for renewed action and attention to the Question of Palestine/5(15).
The author meticulously reviews important moments and debates at critical junctures of the development of the conflict.
Teachers would be wise to assign this in higher level or graduate classes on the conflict or broader Middle East classes, as well as courses on international law and international by: The occupation of Palestine presents problems but international law has never allowed occupation to undermine statehood.
Statehood has become the ransom price Palestine must pay Israel and the United States for concessions on territory, refugees and security/5(4). Organization. He is the author of Palestine, Palestinians and International Law (Clarity Press, Atlanta, ), an Arabic language version of which was published by Sharouk International in ANTONIO CASSESEis a Professor of International Law at the University of Florence, Italy, previously Professor of International Law at the.
Palestine question and international law. Beirut, Palestine Liberation Organization, Research Center, (OCoLC) Online version: Glubb, Faris, Palestine question and international law.
Beirut, Palestine Liberation Organization, Research Center, (OCoLC) Document Type: Palestine question and international law. book All Authors / Contributors: Faris Glubb.
BOOKS. The Palestine Question in International Law. The Palestine Question in International Law 1st May ISBN Buy now for £ The question of Palestine has been a pivotal one for international law ever since the foundation of the United Nations Organisation in It remains so today.
The Palestine Question in International Law (London: British Institute of International & Comparative Law, ). For further information about the book and Contributors please click here It pays to become a member of the British Institute of International and Comparative Law. The question of Palestine has been a pivotal one for international law ever since the foundation of the United Nations Organisation in It remains so today.
On 9 Julythe International Court of Justice gave its advisory opinion on the. Having just read the very erudite article,"Israel and "Palestine".What International Law requires." by professor Beres. As a regular ordinary little chap, I can only exclaim, Rhubarb.
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Palestine question in international law. London: British Institute of International and Comparative Law, © Justice in the Question of Palestine is often framed as a question of law.
Yet none of the Israel-Palestinian conflict's most vexing challenges have been resolved by judicial intervention. Occupation law has failed to stem Israel's settlement enterprise. Laws of war have permitted killing and destruction during Israel's military offensives in the Gaza Strip.
"Noura Erakat brings a sophisticated understanding of the role of international law over the last century in the Question of Palestine. This brilliant book will be of great interest to anyone seeking to understand why the outcome, thus far, to the disposition of the Palestine problem has not been a just one."/5(15).
In the foreword of the paper, Jean-Philippe Kot raises different questions regarding international law and Palestine; Kot further presents various approaches to be used for international legal history. Such approaches contain both, the contextualized approach and the formalist approach.
The San Remo Resolution and The League of Nations Palestine Mandate were hereby established as international law vesting sovereignty over mandate Palestine - i. the territory which later became the State of Israel as well as Judea, Samaria, the Gaza strip and even an undefined part of Jordan - Cited by: 8.
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Introduction. In her new book, Justice for Some: Law and the Question of Palestine, Al-Shabaka Policy Analyst Noura Erakat breaks new ground in her approach to international law as it pertains to Palestine. Analysts have generally considered the law in this context as either essentially beneficent if deployed properly, or fundamentally harmful because of its relationship to power.
For decades, Palestine has been framed by international law. This convenient perspective, rendered mainstream by the international community and the Palestinian Authority, has made international law a weapon to turn against the colonised.
Noura Erakat’s latest book, Justice for Some: Law and the Question of Palestine (Stanford University. General and Diverse Overviews.
The following entries provide a broad introduction to the Palestinian-Israeli conflict. An international legal approach was chosen early by the author of Akehurst for analyzing some basic aspects of the question. In the same sense, Quigley applies international law reasoning to the historical narrative of the Palestinian-Israeli controversies.
Noura Erakat’s latest book, Justice for Some: Law and the Question of Palestine (Stanford University Press, ) unravels the use and misuse of international law when it comes to Palestine.
BOOKS. From Coexistence to Conquest: International Law and the Origins of the ArabIsraeli - Conflict (London: Pluto Press; New York: Palgrave Macmillan; ).
The Palestine Question in International Law ed. (London: The British Institute of International and Comparative Law, ).Noura Erakat’s latest book, Justice for Some: Law and the Question of Palestine (Stanford University Press, ) unravels the use and misuse of international law when it comes to Palestine.
“The law has the capacity to dominate as well as to resist,” she writes.To ask other readers questions about Palestine, Palestinians and International Law, please sign up. Be the first to ask a question about Palestine, Palestinians and International Law Lists with This Book4/5.