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Howard Grief was born in Montreal , Canada and made aliyah in 1989. He is the author of The Legal Foundation and Borders of Israel under International Law, published in December 2008 by Mazo Publishers, Jerusalem. He formerly served as the adviser on Israel under international law to Professor Yuval Ne'eman when he was the Minister of Energy and Infrastructure in the Yitzhak Shamir Government. He originated the thesis that de jure sovereignty over all of Palestine was devolved upon the Jewish People at the 1920 San Remo Peace Conference, as confirmed in the San Remo Resolution (a term he coined) and the minutes of the Conference. A score of his articles have been published in the Israeli journal, Nativ. He is a retired attorney and notary living in Jerusalem.

ARTICLES BY: Howard Grief


September 22, 2011 10:58 am
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Article 80 and the UN Recognition of a “Palestinian State”

In the entire debate now taking place on whether the United Nations Security Council or General Assembly has the right to approve the application of...

World

Biden Says He Is Concerned About China’s Moves Around Taiwan

US President Joe Biden on Monday said he was not worried about Taiwan but was concerned about China's actions in the region since House of Representatives Speaker Nancy Pelosi's visit...

Israel

Turkey Blasts Israeli Military Action Against Islamists in Gaza

Turkey strongly condemned Israel's military action against Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ) in Gaza, with President Recep Tayyip Erdogan leading the chorus. Speaking on Sunday ahead of the announcement of a ceasefire...

Middle East

Israel Re-Opens Gaza Crossings as Truce With Palestinians Holds

Israel reopened border crossings into Gaza on Monday following an Egyptian-brokered ceasefire with the militant Islamic Jihad group that ended the most serious outbreak of fighting around the volatile Palestinian...

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