|From the balfour declaration to the creation of the state of israel: The issue of legal importance of this declaration, its historical role, and consequences of the arab attack upon the newly proclaimed state of israel on the plane of public international law
|MACH, T. From the balfour declaration to the creation of the state of israel: The issue of legal importance of this declaration, its historical role, and consequences of the arab attack upon the newly proclaimed state of israel on the plane of public international law. Journal on European History of Law, 2019, roč. 10, č. 2, s. 128-132. ISSN 2042-6402.
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|Law;history of law;international law;Balfour Declaration;self‑determination;terra nullius;war;Palestine;mandate
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|This article discusses the historical circumstances of the Balfour Declaration and its impact upon the legal framework under which the State of Israel came to existence. Furthermore, this article ventures into the legal development in the subsequent years of the existence of Israel, in particular in relation to the 1967 CE war, including the historic view upon the issue of the West Bank as terra nullius. In doing so institutions of public international law, such as definition of a people and the rights of self‑determination are being discussed from a historizing point of view in which the progressive development of public international law in the 20th Century CE is being taken in consideration.
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