The de jure State of Palestine under Belligerent Occupation: Application for Admission to the United Nations

Posted in Special Reports 2011

This succinct work paper examines admission of new member States to the United Nations between international law and international politics. This paper further explores the privileges of United Nations membership and the consequences of non-UN membership. The major question to be raised is whether and to what extent and under which conditions can the non-admission of the de jure State of Palestine to the UN affect its de jure statehood and/or status under international law.

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