Dane, Perry
June 2000
Case Western Reserve Journal of International Law;Summer2000, Vol. 32 Issue 3, p273
Academic Journal
Comments on an article by Professor John Quigley on the significance of international law in facilitating the settlement in the Israeli-Palestinian conflicts. Reasons why Quigley's practical analysis of international law's applicability is incomplete; Usefulness of prudential legal arguments as prods not as alternative to normative reasoning towards the peace process.


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