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This collection of essays results from a conference held in 1988, organized to draw attention to legal problems arising out of the occupation, by Israel, of the area of Palestine known as the `West Bank'. Contributors include many internationally-renowned experts on international law and human rights law as well as a number of `local' Palestinian lawyers actively engaged in promoting interests of indigenous Palestinians. International concern over the future of the `West Bank' is as strong now as in 1988, and this book makes an important contribution to the legal literature on the situation in the Occupied Territories.;This book is intended for practising and academic international lawyers; students/scholars of international law and international relations, politics, and post-1945 history; diplomatic staff, government officials, and members of international organizations, especially those involved with human rights.