The U.S. Veto and the Polemics of the Question of Palestine in the United Nations Security Council, 1972-2007 by James Ross-Nazzal

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Since at least 1972, argues Ross-Nazzal (history, Houston Community College), the United States has been using its position as a permanent member of the United Nations Security Council to stymie international efforts to resolve the Israel-Palestine conflict. In support of this argument, he provides a chronological narrative describing the development of the "Question of Palestine" in the United Nations and the use of the Security Council veto by the United States, together with the sponsorship of its own initiatives, to remove the UN from involvement in the Palestinian-Israeli conflict and deny the Palestinians any form of self-determination.

Year: 2008


Condition: Very Good

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