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    Palestine Yearbook of International Law

    Palestine Yearbook of International Law


    2000-2001, Vol.11                  

    2002-2003, Vol.12                  

    2004-2005, Vol.13

    2006-2007, Vol.14

    2009, Vol.15

    2010, Vol.16

    2014, Vol.17

    2015, Vol.18

     

     

     

     

    Palestine Yearbook of International Law, 2000-2001, Vol.11

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    Title

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    Susan M. Akram, Terry Rempel

    RECOMMENDATIONS FOR DURABLE SOLUTIONS FOR PALESTINIAN REFUGEES: A CHALLENGE TO THE OSLO FRAMEWORK

    pp. 1-71

    Gail J. Boling

    "ABSENTEES' PROPERTY" LAWS AND ISRAEL'S CONFISCATION OF PALESTINIAN PROPERTY: A VIOLATION OF U.N. GENERAL ASSEMBLY RESOLUTION 194 AND INTERNATIONAL LAW

    pp. 73-130

    John Quigley

    WHO SPEAKS FOR THE PALESTINIAN REFUGEES?

    pp. 131-153

    Michael Lynk

    COMPENSATION FOR PALESTINIAN REFUGEES: AN INTERNATIONAL LAW PERSPECTIVE

    pp. 155-183

    Guy Goodwin-Gill, Susan M. Akram

    FOREWORD TO AMICUS BRIEF ON THE STATUS OF PALESTINIAN REFUGEES UNDER INTERNATIONAL REFUGEE LAW

    pp. 185-260

    Editors The Palestine Yearbook of International Law

    LAW REPORTS: JUDICIAL DECISIONS- THE GENERAL SECURITY SERVICE TORTURE CASE

    pp. 261-285

    Editors The Palestine Yearbook of International Law

    LEGISLATION- PALESTINIAN LAW

    pp. 287-316

    Editors The Palestine Yearbook of International Law

    INTERNATIONAL LEGAL DOCUMENTS- FUNDAMENTAL AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE HOLY SEE AND THE STATE OF ISRAEL, DECEMBER 30, 1993

    pp. 317-382

    Editors The Palestine Yearbook of International Law

    SELECTED UNITED NATIONS DOCUMENTS ON REFUGEES

    pp. 383-390

    Palestine Yearbook of International Law, 2002-2003, Vol.12

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    Title

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    M. Cherif Bassiouni

    "INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL JUSTICE AND PALESTINE": AN INTRODUCTION

    pp. 1-4

    William A. Schabas

    RELEVANT LESSONS FROM THE AD HOC TRIBUNALS

    pp. 5-26

    M. Cherif Bassiouni

    UNIVERSAL JURISDICTION UNREVISITED: THE INTERNATIONAL COURT OF JUSTICE DECISION IN CASE CONCERNING THE ARREST WARRANT OF 11 APRIL 2000 (DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC OF THE CONGO V. BELGIUM)

    pp. 27-48

    Steven W. Becker

    UNIVERSAL JURISDICTION: HOW UNIVERSAL IS IT? A STUDY OF COMPETING THEORIES

    pp. 49-75

    Eric David

    UNIVERSAL JURISDICTION IN BELGIAN LAW

    pp. 77-115

    Monique Chemillier-Gendreau

    ISRAEL'S VIOLENT ATTACKS ON PALESTINIAN ARABS IN 1948-49: QUALIFYING CRIMES IN LIGHT OF INTERNATIONAL LAW AND CONSEQUENCES

    pp. 117-144

    John Quigley

    THE UNITED NATIONS' RESPONSE TO ISRAEL'S SEIZURE OF THE GAZA STRIP AND WEST BANK

    pp. 145-164

    William Bourdon

    JURISDICTION OF THE INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL COURT OVER HUMAN RIGHTS VIOLATIONS COMMITTED BY ISRAELI FORCES IN THE OCCUPIED TERRITORIES AFTER JULY 1, 2002

    pp. 165-181

    Chibli Mallat

    SPECIAL DOSSIER ON THE "SABRA AND SHATILA" CASE IN BELGIUM: INTRODUCTION: NEW LIGHTS ON THE SHARON CASE

    pp. 183-289

     

    LAW REPORTS: JUDICIAL DECISIONS

    pp. 291-351

     

    LEGISLATION

    pp. 353-416

     

    INTERNATIONAL LEGAL DOCUMENTS

    pp. 417-568

    Palestine Yearbook of International Law, 2004-2005, Vol.13

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    John Strawson

    BRITISH (AND INTERNATIONAL) LEGAL FOUNDATIONS FOR THE ISRAELI WALL: INTERNATIONAL LAW AND MULTI-COLONIALISM

    pp. 1-26

    Francois Dubuisson

    THE IMPLEMENTATION OF THE ICJ ADVISORY OPINION CONCERNING THE LEGAL CONSEQUENCES OF THE CONSTRUCTION OF A WALL IN THE OCCUPIED PALESTINIAN TERRITORY

    pp. 27-54

    Stephanie Koury

    WHY THIS WALL?

    pp. 55-70

    Victor Kattan

    THE WALL, OBLIGATIONS ERGA OMNES AND HUMAN RIGHTS: THE CASE FOR WITHDRAWING THE EUROPEAN COMMUNITY'S TERMS OF PREFERENTIAL TRADE WITH ISRAEL

    pp. 71-89

    Catherine Cook, Adam Hanieh, Adah Kay

    DISCRIMINATION AND DENIAL, ISRAEL AND PALESTINIAN CHILD POLITICAL PRISONERS: A CASE STUDY OF ISRAEL'S MANIPULATION OF THE U.N. HUMAN RIGHTS SYSTEM

    pp. 91-107

    Jean Allain

    SPECIAL DOSSIER- ON THE ADVISORY OPINION OF THE INTERNATIONAL COURT OF JUSTICE ON THE LEGAL CONSEQUENCES OF THE CONSTRUCTION OF A WALL IN THE OCCUPIED PALESTINIAN TERRITORY INTRODUCTION: A VINDICATION OF PALESTINIAN RIGHTS

    pp. 109-132

     

    WRITTEN STATEMENT SUBMITTED BY PALESTINE TO THE INTERNATIONAL COURT OF JUSTICE WITH RESPECT TO THE REQUEST FOR AN ADVISORY OPINION REGARDING LEGAL CONSEQUENCES OF THE CONSTRUCTION OF A WALL IN THE OCCUPIED PALESTINIAN TERRITORY

    pp. 133-399

     

    LAW REPORTS: JUDICIAL DECISIONS: I. Israeli Cases BEIT SOURIK VILLAGE COUNCIL VS. THE GOVERNMENT OF ISRAEL COMMANDER OF THE IDF FORCES IN THE WEST BANK 30 JUNE 2004

    pp. 401-445

     

    LAW REPORTS: LEGISLATION: I. Israeli Law Citizenship and Entry into Israel Law (Temporary Provision) (5763/2003) (Unofficial Translation)

    pp. 446-447

     

    LAW REPORTS: INTERNATIONAL LEGAL DOCUMENTS

    pp. 448-450

     

    2. S.C. Res 1397 (2002) - Adopted by the Security Council at its 4489th meeting, on 12 March 2002

    pp. 451-451

     

    LAW REPORTS: 3. S.C. Res. 1405 (2002) - Adopted by the Security Council at its 4516th meeting, on 19 April 2002

    pp. 452-452

     

    LAW REPORTS: 4. Commission on Human Rights Res. 2002/8 - Question of the Violation of Human Rights in the Occupied Arab Territories, including Palestine

    pp. 453-457

     

    LAW REPORTS: 5. Commission on Human Rights (2003) - Written Submission by the Inter-Parliamentary Union (IPU) on the Question on the Violation of Human Rights in the Occupied Arab Territories, including Palestine

    pp. 458-459

     

    LAW REPORTS: 6. Commission on Human Rights Res. 2003/7 - Israeli Settlements in the Occupied Arab Territories

    pp. 460-462

     

    LAW REPORTS: 7. Commission on Human Rights Res. 2003/6 - Question of the Violation of Human Rights in the Occupied Arab Territories, including Palestine

    pp. 463-467

     

    LAW REPORTS: 8. Letter dated 20 September 2002 from the Permanent Representative of the Sudan to the United Nations addressed to the Secretary-General (A/57/422)

    pp. 468-468

     

    ANNEXES TO THE LETTER DATED 20 SEPTEMBER 2002 FROM THE PERMANENT REPRESENTATIVE OF THE SUDAN TO THE UNITED NATIONS ADDRESSED TO THE SECRETARY-GENERAL

    pp. 469-496

    Palestine Yearbook of International Law, 2006-2007, Vol.14

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    Title

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    Sara Roy

    INTRODUCTION THE PALESTINIAN ECONOMY: BEYOND DECLINE

    pp. 1-12

    Raja Shehadeh

    THE GAZA OCCUPATION: BEGINNINGS AND ENDINGS

    pp. 13-26

    Paul Prettitore

    ACCESS TO LAND IN AREA C OF THE WEST BANK: RESTRICTED RIGHTS AND LIMITED REMEDIES FOR PALESTINIANS

    pp. 27-49

    Agnes Bertrand-Sanz

    THE EU S ECONOMIC AND HUMANITARIAN POLICY TOWARDS THE PALESTINIANS: BUILDING BLOCKS AGAINST ROAD BLOCKS?

    pp. 51-74

    Samia Al-Botmeh, Numan Kanafani

    THE PARIS ECONOMIC PROTOCOL AND BEYOND IN SEARCH OF AN OPTIMAL TRADE ARRANGEMENT

    pp. 75-97

     

    LAW REPORTS: JUDICIAL DECISIONS: I. Palestinian Cases: Palestinian Judgement Before the High Court in Gaza Concerning the Law of the Judicial Authority No. 15 of 2005 (November 27, 2005)

    pp. 99-110

     

    LAW REPORTS: II. Israeli Cases: Summary of High Court of Justice Ruling Concerning Nationality Law HCJ 7052/03 (14 May 2006)

    pp. 111-122

     

    LAW REPORTS: Israeli Supreme Court Ruling HC 9132/07 Concerning Decision of Israeli Authorities to Reduce or Limit the Supply of Fuel and Electricity to the Gaza Strip

    pp. 123-134

     

    LAW REPORTS: III. Cases from Other Jurisdictions: The Case of Mohammad Assfour French Republic IN THE NAME OF THE FRENCH PEOPLE The National Court of Asylum (14 May 2008)

    pp. 135-138

     

    LEGISLATION: I. Palestinian Law: The Labour Law No. (7) of 2000

    pp. 139-174

     

    II. Israeli Law: The Nationality and Entry into Israel Law (Temporary Order) (Amendment) 2005 (Passed by the Knesset on 27 July 2005)

    pp. 175-177

     

    International Legal Documents: I. U.N. Documents: Human Rights Situation in Palestine and Other Occupied Arab Territories (August 25, 2008)

    pp. 179-199

     

    2. Human Rights Situation in Palestine and Other Occupied Arab Territories (January 21, 2008)

    pp. 201-224

     

    3. Human Rights Council Resolution S-6/1: Human Rights Violations Emanating from Israeli Military Attacks and Incursions in the Occupied Palestinian Territory, Particularly in the Occupied Gaza Strip (January 24, 2008)

    pp. 225-226

     

    4. Address by Ms. Louise Arbour, U.N. High Commissioner for Human Rights, on the Occasion of the Sixth Special Session of the Human Rights Council (Geneva, 23 January 2008)

    pp. 227-229

     

    5. Human Rights Council Resolution S-3/1: Human Rights Violations Emanating from Israeli Military Incursions in the Occupied Palestinian Territory, including the Recent One in Northern Gaza and the Assault on Beit Hanoun (November 15, 2006)

    pp. 231-232

     

    6. Address by Louise Arbour, United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights to the Third Special Session of the Human Rights Council (Geneva, 15 November 2006)

    pp. 233-233

     

    7. U.N. General Assembly Resolution 62/181: Permanent Sovereignty of the Palestinian People in the Occupied Palestinian Territory, including East Jerusalem, and of the Arab Population in the Occupied Syrian Golan over their Natural Resources

    pp. 235-237

     

    8. U.N. General Assembly Resolution 62/146: The Right of the Palestinian People to Self-Determination (18 December 2007)

    pp. 239-240

     

    II. Other International Documents: The Israeli-Palestinian Interim Agreement on the West Bank and the Gaza Strip: Protocol on Economic Relations between the Government of the State of Israel and the P.L.O., Representing the Palestinian People

    pp. 241-271

     

    European Union / Israel Action Plan

    pp. 273-297

     

    European Union / Palestinian Authority Action Plan

    pp. 299-309

     

    European Union Guidelines on Promoting Compliance with International Humanitarian Law (IHL)

    pp. 311-317

     

    EU Presidency Statement on Fuel Shortage in Gaza (April 24, 2008)

    pp. 319-319

    Palestine Yearbook of International Law, 2009, Vol.15

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    Title

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    Mohsen al Attar, Vernon Tava

    TWAIL Pedagogy - Legal Education for Emancipation

    pp. 7-39

    Michelle L. Burgis

    A Discourse of Distinction? Palestinians, International Law, and the Promise of Humanitarianism

    pp. 41-66

    Laura Ribeiro

    International Law, Sovereignty and the Last Colonial Encounter: Palestine and the New Technologies of Quasi-Sovereignty

    pp. 67-93

    Victor Kattan

    Operation Cast Lead: Use of Force Discourse and Jus ad Bellum Controversies

    pp. 95-118

     

    Law Reports: Judicial Decisions: I. Foreign Cases: Al-Haq v. Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs

    pp. 119-136

     

    Bil in (Village Council) v. Green Park International Inc.

    pp. 137-200

     

    II. Israeli Cases: Physicians for Human Rights and Others v. Prime Minister of Israel and Others HCJ 201/09 and Gisha Legal Centre for Freedom of Movement and Others v. Minister of Defence HCJ 248/09

    pp. 201-221

     

    Legislation: Israeli Law: The Israel Lands Administration (Amendment No. 7) Law 5769 2009 (August 10, 2009)

    pp. 223-246

     

    Palestinian Law: The Law of the Supreme Constitutional Court, No. (3) of 2006 A.D.

    pp. 247-260

     

    International Legal Documents: Un Documents: Security Council Resolution 1860 (2009) Calling for an Immediate Ceasefire in Gaza (January 8, 2009)

    pp. 261-262

     

    U.N. General Assembly Resolution ES-10/18 Supporting the Immediate Ceasefire According to Security Council Resolution 1860 (2009) (January 16, 2009)

    pp. 263-264

     

    Annual Report of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights and Reports of the Office of the High Commissioner and the Secretary-General (February 26, 2009)

    pp. 265-268

     

    Report of the Special Rapporteur on the Situation of Human Rights in the Palestinian Territories Occupied Since 1967, Richard Falk (March 17, 2009)

    pp. 269-286

     

    Report of the United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) in the Palestinian Occupied Territories: Five Years After The International Court of Justice Advisory Opinion A Summary of the Humanitarian Impact of the Barrier

    pp. 287-338

     

    Human Rights in Palestine and other Occupied Arab Territories - Report of The United Nations Fact Finding Mission on the Gaza Conflict (September 23, 2009)

    pp. 339-365

     

    Human Rights Council Resolution S-12/1: The Human Rights Situation in the Occupied Palestinian Territory, including East Jerusalem (October 16, 2009)

    pp. 367-370

     

    General Assembly Resolution - Follow-Up to the Report of the United Nations Fact-Finding Mission on the Gaza Conflict (November 2, 2009)

    pp. 371-373

     

    Israeli Settlements in the Occupied Palestinian Territory, Including East Jerusalem, and the Occupied Syrian Golan - Report of the Secretary-General (November 6, 2009)

    pp. 375-389

     

    Report of the Secretary-General on Israeli Practices Affecting the Human Rights of the Palestinian People in the Occupied Palestinian Territory, Including East Jerusalem (November 6, 2009)

    pp. 391-406

     

    Report of the United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) in the Palestinian Occupied Territories: Restricting Space in the OPT: The Planning and Zoning Regime Applied by Israel in Area C of the West Bank

    pp. 407-432

    Palestine Yearbook of International Law, 2010, Vol.16

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    INTRODUCTION: THE GOLDSTONE REPORT AND BEYOND

    pp. 1-3

    Richard Falk

    The Goldstone Report: Neither Implemented Nor Ignored

    pp. 5-23

    John Quigley

    The International Criminal Court and the Gaza War

    pp. 25-53

    John Reynolds

    The Use of Force in a Colonial Present, and the Goldstone Report s Blind Spot

    pp. 55-77

    Michael Kearney

    Lawfare, Legitimacy and Resistance: The Weak and the Law

    pp. 79-129

    Norman G. Finkelstein

    "This time we went too far" Truth and Consequences of the Gaza Invasion

    pp. 131-148

     

    Law Reports: Judicial Decisions: Foreign Cases: Bolbol v. Bevandorlasi Es Allampolgarsagi Hivatal

    pp. 149-160

     

    Brita Gmbh v. Hauptzollamt Hamburg-Hafen

    pp. 161-176

     

    Yassin v. Green Park International Inc.

    pp. 177-203

     

    Israeli Cases: Anbar v. Aluf Pikud Darom and Adalah v. Ministry of Defense

    pp. 205-212

     

    Legislation: Israeli Law: Israel Defense Forces Order No. 1649 Order regarding Security Provisions (Amendment No. 112)

    pp. 213-218

     

    Israel Defense Forces Order No. 1650 Order regarding Prevention of Infiltration (Amendment No. 2)

    pp. 219-223

     

    International Legal Documents: Un Documents: Human Rights Situation in Palestine and other Occupied Arab Territories (June 7, 2010)

    pp. 225-245

     

    Human Rights in Palestine and other Occupied Arab Territories Report of the United Nations Fact Finding Mission on the Gaza Conflict (September 25, 2009)

    pp. 247-735

    Palestine Yearbook of International Law, 2014,Vol.17

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    Ubi jus ibi remedium: On the Prospects, Problems, and Potential of Implementing Public International Law in Occupied Palestine

     pp. 3-8

    John Dugard

    Lifting the Guise of Occupation and Recourse to Action before the ICJ and ICC

     pp. 9-27

    George E. Bisharat

    Justice for All: Toward an Integrated Strategy for the Liberation in Palestine

     pp. 28-56

    Allegra Pacheco

    The Israeli Supreme Court Case on Israeli Quarrying Licenses in the West Bank: Why a Second ICJ Advisory Opinion on Palestine is Needed

     pp. 57-82

    Valentina Azarova

    The Trickle- down Effects of Normative Power: The Role of International Courts in Advancing Palestine's Actual Independence

     pp. 83-100

    Jeff Handmaker

    Taking Academic Freedom Seriously: Exploring the Legal and Moral Underpinnings of BDS

     pp. 101-114

    Omar Barghouti

    BDS: Upholding International Law, Asserting Palestinian Rights

     pp. 115-140

     

    "Law and Politics: Options and Strategies of International Law for the Palestinian People"- Birzeit [Proceedings]

     pp. 144-166

     

    Advocating for Palestinian Rights in Conformity with International Law: Guidelines

     pp. 167-184

     

    "Anti- Boycott Law"- Prevention of Damage to the State of Israel through Boycott

     pp. 186-188

     

    Citizenship Law (Amendment No. 10) 5771- 2011- Unofficial translation by Adalah, The Legal Center for Arab Minority Rights in Israel

     pp. 189-190

     

    "Nakba Law" Amendment No. 40 to the Budgets Foundations Law

     pp. 191-193

     

    Guidelines on the Eligibility of Israeli Entities and Their Activities in the Territories Occupied by Israel Since June 1967 for Grants, Prizes and Financial Instruments Funded by the Eu from 2014 Onwards (2013/ C 205/ 05)

     pp. 196-201

     

    Situation in Palestine (From Office of the Prosecutor of the International Criminal Court)

     pp. 204-206

     

    Request for the Admission of Palestine to UNESCO

     pp. 208-208

     

    Report of the Committee on the Admission of New Members Concerning the Application of Palestine for Admission to Membership in the United Nations

     pp. 209-213

     

    UN General Assembly Resolution 67/ 19: Status of Palestine in the United Nations

     pp. 214-218

     

    Report of the Independent International Fact- Finding Mission to Investigate the Implications of the Israeli Settlements on the Civil, Political, Economic, Social and Cultural Rights of the Palestinian People Throughout the Occupied Palestinian Territory, Including East Jerusalem

     pp. 220-266

     

    UN Human Rights Council Resolution S- 21/ 1, Ensuring Respect for International Law in the Occupied Palestinian Territory, Including East Jerusalem

     pp. 267-272

     

    Report of the Special Rapporteur on the Situation of Human Rights in the Palestinian Territories Occupied Since 1967, Richard Falk (Jan. 10, 2011)

     pp. 273-295

     

    Report of the Special Rapporteur on the Situation of Human Rights in the Palestinian Territories Occupied since 1967, Richard Falk (Sep. 13, 2011)

     pp. 296-319

     

    Report of the Special Rapporteur on the Situation of Human Rights in the Palestinian Territories Occupied since 1967, Richard Falk (May 25, 2012)

     pp. 320-341

     

    Report of the Special Rapporteur on the Situation of Human Rights in the Palestinian Territories Occupied Since 1967, Richard Falk (Sep. 19, 2012)

     pp. 342-373

     

    Report of the Special Rapporteur on the Situation of Human Rights in the Palestinian Territories Occupied since 1967, Richard Falk (Sep. 16, 2013)

     pp. 374-402

     

    Index

     pp. 403-415

    Palestine Yearbook of International Law, 2015,Vol.18

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    Ardi Imseis

    The Slow March Towards Liberation: Criticism, Strategy and Action through International Law

     pp. 3-7

    John Reynolds

    Anti- Colonial Legalities: Paradigms, Tactics and Strategy

     pp. 8-52

    Victor Kattan

    The ICC and the Saga of the Mavi Marmara

     pp. 53-91

    Birju Dattani

    Populism and the International Law of Self- Determination: Charting the Emergence of Populist Legal Movements from South Africa to Palestine

     pp. 92-114

    Ozlem Ulgen

    Boycotts, Funds, and Class Actions: Democratic Imperative Mechanisms against Corporate Complicity in Human Rights Violations

     pp. 115-143

    Kim Van der Borght, Hisham Awwad

    Palestine and the World Trade Organization: A Legal Roadmap for Accession

     pp. 144-172

    Nina H.B. Jorgensen

    The Concept of State Crimes in the Context of the Syrian Crisis

     pp. 173-202

    Valentina Azarova

    A Healthy Dose of Wartime Normative Realism

     pp. 205-217

     

    Report of the Independent Commission of Inquiry Established Pursuant to Human Rights Council Resolution S- 21/ 1 (Summary)

     pp. 223-262

     

    Report of the Special Rapporteur on the Situation of Human Rights in the Palestinian Territories Occupied since 1967, Makarim Wibisono

     pp. 263-290

     

    Situation of Human Rights in the Palestinian Territories Occupied since 1967

     pp. 291-297

     

    UN General Assembly Resolution 69/ 320: Raising the Flags of Non- member Observer States at the United Nations

     pp. 301-302

     

    Hamas v. Council

     pp. 305-331

     

    Situation on Registered Vessels of Comoros, Greece and Cambodia, Article 53 (1) Report

     pp. 335-397

     

    Decision on the Request of the Union of the Comoros to Review the Prosecutor's Decision Not to Initiate an Investigation

     pp. 398-416

     

    Partly Dissenting Opinion of Judge Kovacs

     pp. 417-432

     

    Beit Jala Municipality et al. v. Ministry of Defense et al. (Cremisan Valley Case), Ruling [2 April 2015]

     pp. 435-454

     

    Beit Jala Municipality et al. v. Ministry of Defense et al. (Cremisan Valley Case), Ruling [6 July 2015]

     pp. 455-459

     

    HaMoKed et al., v. Minister of Defense (Regulation 119) [3 December 2014]

     pp. 460-498

     


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