International Law

International Law: In-Depth Reports

INTERPOL Ignores Terror and Criminals

Interpol’s dereliction of law enforcement duties Read More »

Hijacking the Laws of Occupation

Only one place in the world is called “occupied,” not in Crimea, Cyprus, Iraq… Read More »

Jordan’s Refusal to Permit the Return of Israel’s Ambassador Is against International Law and the Peace Treaty

Jordan is at odds with the Jordanian-Israeli Peace Treaty Read More »

UNRWA Condemns the Palestinians to Refugee Status in Perpetuity

The UN’s refugee industry Read More »

Recognizing a Palestinian State before a Peace Agreement with Israel Undermines the International Rule of Law

Recognition of a Palestinian state now would contravene the internationally recognized Oslo Accords Read More »

Who Are the Palestinians?

Claims that they are descendants of the Canaanites are ridiculous Read More »

The Jews:  One of the World’s Oldest Indigenous Peoples

The Balfour Declaration and Jewish Peoplehood Read More »

Creation of the Western Wall Plaza in 1967
Was Necessary and Legal

Photographs refute a “war crime” charge in the New Yorker Magazine Read More »

The True Diplomatic Legacy of 1967

There Was No International Border Before the War. New Defensible Lines Needed to be Negotiated. Read More »

New Palestinian Attempt at UNESCO to Claim Hebron and the Patriarch’s Tomb as a Palestinian Site

Palestinian campaign to delegitimize Israel by manipulating UNESCO is proceeding at an enhanced pace. Read More »

Four Pertinent and Timely Comments on the Trump Visit

American policy and President Trump’s visit to Israel Read More »

Abbas, UNESCO, and the Test of Diplomacy

International organizations dedicated to education have to reflect the truth and not politicize deception. Read More »

UNESCO’s Latest Resolution on Jerusalem: Much of the Same

UNESCO again denies the ties between the Jewish People and Jerusalem Read More »

What were the British government’s motivations for issuing the Balfour Declaration?

It was not just a remarkable constellation of events, it was also a remarkable constellation of people that led to the Balfour Declaration. Read More »

How is a 100-year-old document still legally binding today?

The Balfour Declaration was not in itself a legal document, but it was an official declaration by the state of Britain and as such, it was binding. Read More »