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"This book analyses Palestine's acceptance as a State in multilateral frameworks and its legal consequences. Using Palestine as a case study, this book argues that participation in a State-reserved regime is not determined by the traditional requisites of statehood. UNESCO membership unveils the acceptance of Palestine as a State for the limited purpose of the organization, without any immediate or implicit implications for the statehood of Palestine. Palestine's accessions to various multilateral treaties demonstrate this argument as do its instruments of accession being accepted by the depositaries of both the United Nations Secretary-General and national Governments without requiring any clarification of the statehood question. This book also provides the first in-depth study of the legal relationship of rights and duties of Palestine with different groups of State Parties; the recent dispute settlement brought by Palestine against the United States and Israel; and theoretical and practical challenges for Palestine in the acceptance as a State in multilateral frameworks. The book will be of interest to scholars and students of international law, legal theory, state law, and Middle East studies"-- Provided by publisher.
Based on author's thesis (doctoral - Kōbe Daigaku, 2019).
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Limited Statehood in Multilateral Frameworks Preliminary Examinations on Admissions to International Organizations Palestine in the UN : The Status of the Non-Member Observer State and its Consequences Palestine in One of the Specialized Agencies of the UN : Palestine's Admission to UNESCO and its Consequences Palestine's Accession to Multilateral Treaties : The Circumvention of the Statehood Question by the Depositary Consequences of Palestine's Accession to Multilateral Treaties : Legal Relationships, Dispute Settlements and Functions of a Limited State The Challenges for Palestine's Participation as a State in Multilateral Frameworks : Imbalance, Occupation, and the Perceived Threat to the Peace Process Conclusion.
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