Shabtai Rosenne

Israeli foreign ministry officials (from left) [[Abba Eban]], Shabtai Rosenne, and [[Reuven Shiloah]], July 1949. Shabtai Rosenne (Hebrew: שבתאי רוזן) (24 November 1917 – 21 September 2010) was a Professor of International Law and an Israeli diplomat. Rosenne was awarded the 1960 Israel Prize for Jurisprudence, the 1999 Manley O. Hudson Medal for International Law and Jurisprudence, the 2004 Hague Prize for International Law and the 2007 Distinguished Onassis Scholar Award. He was the leading scholar of the World Court - the PCIJ and ICJ and had a widely recognized expertise in treaty law, state responsibility, self-defence, UNCLOS and other issues of international law.

Rosenne authored some 200 articles and essays, as well as ''The Law and Practice of the International Court'' in 1997 and 2006, ''United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea, 1982: a Commentary'' in 2002, ''Provisional Measures in International Law: the International Court of Justice and the International Tribunal for the Law of the Sea'' in 2005, and ''Essays on International Law and Practice'' in 2007.In June 2010, he was appointed to the Israeli special independent public Turkel Commission of Inquiry into the Gaza flotilla raid. Provided by Wikipedia

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by Rosenne, Shabtai
Published 2006
M. Nijhoff Publishers
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by Rosenne, Shabtai
Published 2007
Martinus Nijhoff Publishers

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by Rosenne, Shabtai
Published 2007
Martinus Nijhoff Publishers

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by Rosenne, Shabtai
Published 2005
Oxford University Press