30 Am. U. Int'l L. Rev. 53 (2015)
Frog in the Milk Vat: International Law and the Future of Israeli Settlements int he Occupied Palestinian Territories

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FROG IN THE MILK VAT: INTERNATIONAL
LAW AND THE FUTURE OF ISRAELI
SETTLEMENTS IN THE OCCUPIED
PALESTINIAN TERRITORIES
ARIEL ZEMACH*
I. IN TRODU CTION  ...................................................................... 54
II. EXEMPTIONS FROM THE OBLIGATION TO
ELIMINATE THE CONSEQUENCES OF A VIOLATION
OF INTERNATIONAL  LAW  ................................................  59
A. THE OBLIGATION TO MAKE RESTITUTION AND THE
ECTHR JUDGMENT IN DEMOPOULOS V. TURKEY ................ 59
B. REPATRIATING ILLEGALLY IMPLANTED SETTLERS:
RESTITUTION OR CESSATION OF A CONTINUING
V IOLATION?  ....................................................................... 67
III. DOES INTERNATIONAL HUMAN RIGHTS LAW
PROHIBIT THE REPATRIATION OF ISRAELI
SETTLER S?  ..........................................................................   69
IV. STATE RESPONSIBILITY RULES AND THE
INTERESTS OF ILLEGALLY IMPLANTED SETTLERS:
IS STRICT BALANCING OF INTERESTS REQUIRED? ....... 80
V. DOES THE PROTECTION OF SETTLERS UNDER
INTERNATIONAL LAW DEPEND ON GOOD-FAITH
A N A LY SIS? ...........................................................................   88
VI. THE FUTURE OF SETTLEMENTS AND
NEGOTIATIONS TOWARD ENDING THE
O CCUPA TION   ......................................................................   95
V II. CON CLU SION   ........................................................................ 100
* Lecturer, Ono Academic College.

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