Israel could learn from the American example.
Take a page from Washington.
Albert Cohen: Zionist, novelist, and lawyer.
The expert on constitutional and international law tells us why the specter of “legal” warfare against Israel may not be as grievous as some worry.
That sentiment, held by British officials in Mandate Palestine, was the origin of the idea that the city should instead be internationalized.
Who remembers the Free State of Danzig?
There’s a quadruple standard at work: a double standard within a double standard.
And contradict every legal claim made on behalf of the Palestinians.
Recognition of Israeli sovereignty upholds the international order.
A favorite tool of Hamas, Hizballah, and Islamic State.
Occupied territory or corpus separatum?
Singling out businesses not doing anything illegal.
“A moral code upheld by a narrow elite whose sense of self seems unaffected by half a million dead Syrians.”