As far as we know it is the first collective work published in English dealing with the legal aspects of the Western Sahara problem.
The book has been put together by International Platform of Jurists for East Timor and the Institute of Social Sciences in The Hague from papers delivered at a conference there in October 2006. With p&p costs, sale price will be approx $25-$35.
Anyone interested in having a copy, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Download flyer (pdf).
See launch of the book at University of Melbourne School of Law, Australia, November 2007.
Speaker: Co-author Stephen Zunes, Professor of Politics and International Studies at the University of San Francisco.
The Chinese company China Molybdenum - which imported phosphate rock to its subsidiary in Brazil - will no longer purchase phosphate rock from occupied Western Sahara.
The Spanish company today, yet again, refers to the territory as part of Morocco.
By 2030, half of Morocco's wind energy production could be generated illegally in occupied Western Sahara. Yet, Morocco presents itself as best-in-class on the energy transition.
A subsidiary of the US company has signed a contract with the Moroccan king's energy firm for a large wind farm in Western Sahara, consistently referring to the location as part of Morocco.