The European Union and the Palestinian question

de Vasconcelos, Álvaro
July 2012
Emirates Lecture Series;2012, Issue 92, preceding p1
Academic Journal
The article discusses the Israeli-Palestine conflict with regards to a solution proposed by European Union (EU) member countries to resolve the conflict, which is based on a lecture presented on June 1, 2011. It provides information on the solution which is the Venice Declaration that upheld the rights of Palestinians to self-government and recognizes the Palestine Liberation Organization as a legitimate entity in peacekeeping. It also tackles the U.S.' stance on the conflict.


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