Cambridge [etc.] : Cambridge University Press, 2022
XVII, 446 p. ; 23 cm
Drawing upon Robbie Sabel's first-hand involvement with many legal negotiations in the Arab-Israeli conflict, International law and the Arab-Israeli conflict examines international law in relation to the conflict by analysing its major events and agreements, both historical and contemporary. Outlining the role of international law from the collapse of the Ottoman Empire until the present day, it considers the legal elements of relevant documents and the various peace treaties that Israel has signed with its neighbouring Arab States. Using his expertise as a professor, practitionner and ambassador, Sabel endeavours to represent both sides of the conflict, offering a wealth of counter-arguments and adding his own legal interpretations. With this valuable resource, students and researchers working within a range of disciplines can fully appreciate the role of international law in the Arab-Israeli conflict.
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