International law

Trump’s Policy Possibilities on Jerusalem and the Peace Process

Prof. Eugene Kontorovich 4 Sivan 5777 | 29 May 2017

Prof. Kontorovich who has been active in pushing for anti-BDS laws in the U.S. Congress as well as in many states, outlined in a briefing at the JPC the...

Prof. Eugene Kontorovich debates against Prof. Rashid Khalidi on the UNSC resolution

Prof. Eugene Kontorovich 28 Tevet 5777 | 26 January 2017

Kerry’s speech on the U.S. decision to abstain from a UN resolution condemning Israeli settlements has triggered intense debate on the future of U.S. policy regarding the Israeli-Palestinian conflict....

עמונה. ויקיפדיה. צילום יעקב

Israel’s Settlement Regulations Bill and International Law

Prof. Eugene Kontorovich 22 Kislev 5777 | 22 December 2016

The proposed “Regulation Bill” raises the legal issues within Israeli and International Law regarding Israel's conduct in Judea, Samaria, the Golan Heights and East Jerusalem. Prof. Kontorovich...

UN Security Council

At the U.N., Only Israel Is an ‘Occupying Power’

Prof. Eugene Kontorovich, Penny Grunseid 16 Elul 5776 | 19 September 2016

What about Russia in Crimea, Armenia in parts of Azerbaijan, or what Vietnam did in Cambodia?

Occupied territories throughout the world

New study on the international practice bearing on Article 49(6) of the Fourth Geneva Convention

Prof. Eugene Kontorovich 10 Elul 5776 | 13 September 2016

This Article provides the first comprehensive, global examination of state and international practice bearing on Article 49(6) of the Fourth Geneva Convention, which provides that an “Occupying Power shall...

Not every ethnic group is entitled to have their own country

Prof. Eugene Kontorovich 3 Av 5776 | 7 August 2016

Publication

EU’s Israel Grants Guidelines: A Legal and Policy Analysis

kohelet 29 Tishri 5774 | 3 October 2013

Analysis by the Kohelet Policy Forum two Senior Fellows shows that the Guidelines are not, as the EU claims, required by international law. They are discriminatory in that they...

International law professor Eugene Kontorovich explains why the Dutch government was "very wrong" to pressure a Dutch company to pull out of a plan to build a sewage treatment center because it was over the Green Line in the West Bank.

Posted by IBA News on Saturday, September 21, 2013

Prof. Eugene Kontorovich on the Dutch pressure against companies operating beyond the Green Line

kohelet 19 Tishri 5774 | 23 September 2013

International law professor Eugene Kontorovich explains why the Dutch government was “very wrong” to pressure a Dutch company to pull out of a plan to build a sewage treatment...

Levi Report and UN recognition of the PA

kohelet 30 Shevat 5773 | 10 February 2013

On January 9th 2013, The KPF hosted a panel of experts in two sessions. The first session was directed by Dr. Amichai Magen, a senior fellow at the KPF....

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