The international legitimacy of State of Israel derives from United Nations General Assembly Resolution 181 of November 29, 1947. Within a year of its establishment, Israel was admitted as a member of the UN on May 11, 1949. The Special Issue of Israel Studies invites potential contributors to consider the following that is not intended as exclusive: turning points in Israel’s relationship with the UN and its various bodies and special agencies; the politics of UN resolutions on Israel; the formulation of Israeli policy towards the UN; the role of individual Israeli diplomatic representatives; Israel’s successes and failures at the UN; the politics of alliances inside and outside the UN relating to Israel.
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