Uti possidetis is a doctrine of international law which, because it recognizes the acquisition of territory by force, has fallen into disuse. Nevertheless, the author suggests that, inasmuch as the doctrine represents the reality in international politics, it can be successfully employed as the starting point for fruitful negotiations leading to a resolution of the Arab-Israeli conflict.
Sanford R. Silverburg,
UTI Possidetis and a Pax Palestiniana: A Proposal,
Duq. L. Rev.
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