The right of the Palestinian people to liberate themselves from foreign occupation in the name of the principle of self-determination has played, and is playing today, a central role in the resolution of the Arab-Israeli problem, representing a real catalyst principle in a process which, unfortunately, remains unfinished. The question today revolves around the fulfilment of an obligation to negotiate conventionally accepted by the parties, considered without alternative by the international community, but which in practice translates into a right of veto over the exercise of self-determination, contradicting the inalienable nature of this principle. Self-determination thus becomes negotiable, where it has to be balanced against other individual or collective interests.
|Titolo della pubblicazione ospite||La Palestine: d'un Etat non membre de l'Organisation des Nations Unies à un Etat souverain?|
|Numero di pagine||24|
|Stato di pubblicazione||Published - 2016|