The Palestine Yearbook of International Law, vol. 12, 2002/2003.
The Palestine yearbook of international law; v.12, 2002/2003.
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Devoted to the theme of international criminal justice, this 12th volume of the Yearbook presents seven articles by human rights and international law scholars and practitioners dealing with questions of universal jurisdiction, the United Nation's response to Israel's seizure of the Gaza Strip and the West Bank, and jurisdiction of the International Criminal Court over Israeli forces in the Palestinian occupied territories; a "special dossier" of legal materials related to attempts to hold Ariel Sharon accountable for the Sabra and Shatila massacres under Belgian law; reproductions of relevant judicial decisions and legislation from Palestine and Israel; important international legal documents (including United Nation Security Council Resolutions and UN reports Palestinian refugee, housing, and human rights situations); and five book reviews. Nijhoff is an imprint of Brill.
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