U.N. Security Council Resolution 242, a case study in diplomatic ambiguity
Institute for the Study of Diplomacy, Edmund A. Walsh School of Foreign Service, Georgetown University, 1981 - History - 54 pages
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242 was adopted Abba Eban accepted settlement acquisition of territory Ambassador Goldberg Ambassador Jarring ambiguities Arab Governments armistice lines Assembly British Resolution Camp David cease-fire lines Council Resolution 242 Dean Peter Dean Peter F diplomatic draft resolution East Jerusalem Egypt Egyptian El-Zayyat Ellsworth Bunker Emphasizing the inadmissibility forces from territories future of Jerusalem George Brown Golan inadmissibility of acquisition interpretation Israel Israeli forces Israeli withdrawal Jordan June lasting peace Latin Americans Lord Caradon lution Mahmoud Riad Middle East Minister Riad negotiating history November 22 occupied territories operative paragraph original Resolution Palestine Palestinian parties peace agreement peace settlement peaceful and accepted permanent political President promote agreement recent conflict recognised recognized boundaries refugee problem Reso Resolution 242 secure and recognized secure boundaries Security Council Resolution Soviet Union Special Representative Study of Diplomacy territories occupied U.N. Security Council United Nations West Bank withdrawal from occupied withdrawal of Israeli