International Law

International Law: In-Depth Reports

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 »

Today, what is the legal standing of the Balfour Declaration?

The Balfour Declaration was replaced by the Covenant of the League of Nations, which addressed all the legal questions left open by it. Read More »