The United States declares that there is no such state as Palestine, but that concessions must be made to Israel before Palestine will be a state.
The talk examines the status of Palestine. What exactly is the Palestinian Authority? Why it matters whether Palestine is a state. How Palestine’s status effects possible prosecutions in the International Criminal Court for war crimes. How Palestine’s status affects whether it can become a member of the United Nations.
John B. Quigley is a professor of law at Ohio State University. He has worked at Harvard Law School as a research associate in comparative law and at Moscow State University as a research scholar. Quigley also has many publications on human rights, African law, United Nations, European law, the Palestinian-Israeli Conflict and other topics.
This event is part of the Israeli Apartheid Week organized by Kenyon Student for Justice in Palestine.
Sponsors: Adelante and Kenyon Students for Justice in Palestine.
Thursday, April 20, 2017 at 7:30pm
Ascension Hall, Philo, second floor Ascension
202 College-Park Street, Gambier, OH 43022
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