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Will "Justice" Bring Peace?: International Law - Selected Articles and Legal Opinions serves as a consolidated source for the influential texts of diplomat, ambassador, professor, and lawyer Yehuda Z. Blum. The work presents these texts in two parts. Part I offers a selection of articles by Blum dealing primarily with such topics as constitutional problems of the United Nations and some legal aspects of the Arab-Israel conflict, and Part II contains a selection of Law Opinions from the years 1962-1965, during which period the author served in the Legal Department of Israel’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs under the late Shabtai Rosenne. Finally, an Appendix reproduces a letter addressed by the author to the Secretary-General of the United Nations on anti-Semitism at the United Nations, written in his capacity as Israel’s Ambassador and Permanent Representative to the United Nations from 1978-1984.
Yehuda Blum’s legal opinions and writings serve both as an authoritative artifact and working reference to the Middle East conflict and many other aspects of security law, diplomacy, and international relations. This work fills an important gap by collecting for the first time the work of one of the world’s most prominent voices in international law.