The legal implications of a Palestinian homeland
Miner, William Allen
Amos, J.W. II
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This thesis is based on the presumption that a Palestinian Homeland exists. As such, it reviews some of the key legal documents which have formed the political and historical background of Palestine from the Bal four Declaration of 1917 to the present day. These documents are reviewed in light of basic principles of international law as viewed by European and American jurists and scholars relative to questions of sovereignty, title to territory and the implication of recognition by third states. Finally, this thesis briefly analyzes some of the immediate effects of Palestinian statehood. (Author)
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