Human Rights and a Middle East Peace Process: Analyses and Case Studies from a New Perspective

1st Edition

Stefan August Lutgenau

Studien Verlag, Austria
Published February 28, 2008
Reference - 200 Pages
ISBN 9783706544795 - CAT# Y372552
Series: Studien Verlag

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Summary

Since 1967, the Middle East conflict has been a key obstacle to peaceful and prosperous development of the entire region. Israeli occupation of the Palestinian Territories is the root cause of a wide range of violations against human rights and humanitarian law. Although the international community has produced a number of peace plans to settle the conflict, none of the plans supported by the international community and the Middle East Quartet of the United Nations, the United States, Russia, and the European Union, tackle the problems of deteriorating human rights on the ground. In a joint effort a group of internationally renewed experts of international law, conflict resolution, history, human rights, and humanitarian law from Israel, Palestine, Europe, and the United States have evaluated the preconditions of reintroducing human rights into the international political discourse on the Middle East conflict in this indispensable book.

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