Millions of Palestinians are registered as refugees, and Palestinian leaders continue to claim they have a “right to return”. Misunderstanding of this issue has prevented a peaceful resolution of the Israel/Palestinian conflict.
Conversation with Prof. Robbie Sabel, Hebrew University, and Dr. Kobi Michael, INSS, about the future of the Peace Process against the backgrouind of the power struggle between Fatah/PLO and Hamas.
The latest escalation between Israel and Hamas, and the recent decision of the ICC to open an investigation into the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, have brought the century-long dispute back into the legal arena. ELNET and thinc. invite you to a roundtable to discuss the challenges and consequences of legalizing the Israeli-Palestinian conflict,
The current situation in Israel is an example of an a-symmetric conflict: a terror organisation (HAMAS) wages war against a democratic state (Israel).
Prof. Geoffrey Corn (USA) will tell what International Humanitarian Law says about this.
Conversation with Dr. Daphne Barak of IDC Herzliya
Webinar presented by C4I International in cooperation with thinc.
Professor Gregory Rose is a leading expert in maritime law and international criminal law. In this session, he discusses the recent decisions of the ICC, and the modern trend to regard UN resolutions as sources of international law.
The International Christian Embassy Jerusalem (ICEJ) will host two webinars on Thursday 18th and 25th February, starting at 4 pm CET, each for 60 – 75 mins including Q&A, about the recent ruling of the International Criminal Court (ICC), claiming that it has “jurisdiction” to prosecute Israeli and Palestinian leaders for crimes committed “on the…
The Hague Initiative for International Cooperation organises an online conference about the EU Rules on labelling of products from “Occupied Palestinian Territories”