Middle East: The Unfulfilled Resolutions of the Security Council

Contenido principal del artículo

Carmen Robledo López


The Palestinian Question, one of the oldest files in the U.N. Security Council agenda, exposes the incapacity of the Council to enforce its own resolutions. Periods of crisis during the two years of Mexico’s membership to the Council set the background to portray systematic breaches of those resolutions in three main aspects: Israeli settlements, the Gaza blockade, and the deterioration of Jerusalem’s special status. Even when the evidence signals towards the lack of political will, there are regional and domestic factors, that exacerbate the Council’s inability to implement its own resolutions and therefore, that inhibit the realization of the “two-state solution.”

Detalles del artículo

Cómo citar
Robledo López, Carmen. 2023. «Middle East: The Unfulfilled Resolutions of the Security Council». Revista Mexicana De Política Exterior, n.º 127 (diciembre):107-21. https://revistadigital.sre.gob.mx/index.php/rmpe/article/view/2654.

Artículos similares

También puede {advancedSearchLink} para este artículo.