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Israel’s Rights as a Nation-State in
International Diplomacy

 
Filed under: International Law, Israel, Peace Process

A concerted campaign is being waged againstIsrael to question its very legitimacy in virtually every aspect of its historical, political, and cultural life, with the aim of undermining the very foundations of Israel’s existence.

In response, several world-renowned experts have joined to present an authoritative exposition of Israel’s Rights as a Nation-State in International Diplomacy, edited by Alan Baker, former legal counsel of Israel’s Foreign Ministry and former ambassador to Canada, and published jointly by the Jerusalem Center for Public Affairs and the World Jewish Congress.

This book explains clearly why the Jewish people deserve a state of their own and refutes all the major claims against Israel’s rights.

For Kindle and Paperback editions:

Download the PDF (12.6Mb, 238 pp.)

About the Authors

  • Prof. Ruth Gavison, Professor (emerita) of Human Rights at the Faculty of Law of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem and recipient of the Israel Prize in Law
  • Sir Martin Gilbert, world-renowned British historian and author, Winston Churchill’s official biographer
  • Prof. Shlomo Avineri, Professor of Political Science at the Hebrew University and former Director-General of the Israel Foreign Ministry, Israel Prize recipient
  • Dr. Stanley A. Urman, Executive Director of Justice for Jews from Arab Countries (JJAC)
  • Amb. Alan Baker, former legal counsel of Israel’s Foreign Ministry and former ambassador to Canada
  • Prof. Nicholas Rostow, senior director of the U.S. National Defense University’s Center for Strategic Research
  • Prof. Ruth Lapidoth, former legal adviser to Israel’s Foreign Ministry and member of Israel’s negotiating team, Israel Prize recipient
  • Amb. Dore Gold, former ambassador to the United Nations and President of the Jerusalem Center for Public Affairs
  • Dan Diker, Secretary-General of the World Jewish Congress and Adjunct Fellow of the Hudson Institute in Washington
  • Col. (ret.) Pnina Sharvit-Baruch, former head of the IDF International Law Department who served as legal adviser to Israeli negotiating teams in 1993-2009
  • Prof. Alan M. Dershowitz, Professor of Law at Harvard Law School