Amb. Meir Rosenne

Ambassador Meir Rosenne was Israeli Ambassador to France, 1979-1983. Israeli Ambassador to the US, 1983-1987. Member, Israel Delegation to the United Nations General Assembly. Member, Israel Delegation to Geneva Peace Talks, 1973. Participant, Camp David, Israel-Egyptian Peace Negotiations and Drafter, Camp David Accords. Participant, Israel-Syrian and Israel-U.S. negotiations. Senior Lecturer on International Law, Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Tel Aviv University, University of Haifa. Member, Board of Trustees, Hebrew University, Jerusalem. Member, Board of Trustees, Ben-Gurion University. Member, various international law organizations in the United States and Canada.

Publications by Amb. Meir Rosenne

Understanding UN Security Council Resolution 242

The United Nations Security Council in session, May 23, 2002   UN Security Council Resolution 242 has been the pivotal point of reference in all Arab-Israeli diplomacy since 1967. Every major Arab-Israeli agreement – from the 1979 Egyptian-Israeli Treaty of Peace through […] Read More »

Understanding UN Security Council Resolution 242 of
November 22, 1967, on the Middle East

Contextualizing Resolution 242

Referral of Iranian President Ahmadinejad on the Charge of Incitement to Commit Genocide

Now is the time to avert bloodshed: Ahmadinejad’s incitement deserves an indictment. Read More »