The statehood of Palestine international law in the Middle East conflict
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The statehood of Palestine [electronic resource] : international law in the Middle East conflict / John Quigley.
|Main author:||Quigley, John B.|
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Table of Contents:
- Machine generated contents note: Part I. A New Type of State: 1. Why Palestine and statehood; 2. A land in flux; 3. A league of nations; 4. A state detached; 5. The Class A mandates; 6. Palestine in operation; 7. A state awaiting independence; Part II. Statehood in Turmoil: 8. A post-mandate state; 9. The state comes apart; 10. Palestine in three pieces; Part III. Palestine in the World Community: 11. An organization for Palestine; 12. A government for Palestine; 13. The world reacts; 14. Palestine in the peace process; 15. Palestine in the new century; Part IV. The Contours of Statehood: 16. Palestine meets Montevideo; 17. Statehood under the gun; 18. Recognition and statehood; 19. When is a state?; 20. Implications of Palestine statehood.