- Yuval Shany, Introduction
- Martti Koskenniemi, Occupied Zone - A Zone of Reasonableness?
- Amichai Cohen, Rules and Standards in the Application of International Humanitarian Law
- Yuval Shany, Binary Law Meets Complex Reality: The Occupation of Gaza Debate
- Grant Harris, Human Rights, Israel, and the Political Realities of Occupation
- Kenneth Watkin, Maintaining Law and Order during Occupation: Breaking the Normative Chains
- Yaël Ronen, Illegal Occupation and Its Consequences
- Rotem Giladi, The Jus Ad Bellum/Jus in Bello Distinction and the Law of Occupation
- Neomi Gal-Or, Suspending Sovereignty: An Alternative to Occupation in the 21st Century?
- Tristan Ferraro, Enforcement of Occupation Law in Domestic Courts: Issues and Opportunities
Thursday, November 6, 2008
Symposium: Forty Years after 1967: Reappraising the Role and Limits of the Legal Discourse on Occupation in the Israeli-Palestinian Context
The latest issue of the Israel Law Review (Vol. 41, nos. 1 & 2, 2008) contains a symposium (based on papers presented at this conference) on "Forty Years after 1967: Reappraising the Role and Limits of the Legal Discourse on Occupation in the Israeli-Palestinian Context." Contents include: