The statehood of palestine international law in the middle east conflict paperback september 6 2010 by john quigley author 46 out of 5 stars 3 customer reviews see all 6 formats and editions hide other formats and editions price new from . The statehood of palestine international law in the middle east conflict international law in the middle east conflict by john quigley cambridge cambridge university press 2010 326 pp 2799 in the preface of the statehood of palestine quigley writes the identity and character of palestine have long been an enigma and thus . The fayyad abbas plan seems to be working with over one hundred states now recognizing palestine as a state it is in this context that john quigleys latest book the statehood of palestine international law in the middle east conflict emerges. Palestine as a territorial entity has experienced a curious history until world war i palestine was part of the sprawling ottoman empire after the war palestine came under the administration of great britain by an arrangement with the league of nations in 1948 israel established itself in part . In the midst of recent debates on the question of the statehood of palestine and its recognition by the united nations the ohio state university moritz college of law professor john b quigley turned to international law to argue palestine is a country and has been since 1924 in his most recent book the statehood of palestine international law in the middle east conflict published
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