Published in: North Africa, West AsiaInternational legal obligation to end trade with settlements
If the political will to bring about justice and peace is lacking, the answer lies in international law. Ending state trade with Israeli settlements is not an economic sanction, but a legal obligation.
Published in: HomeWithholding trade with Israeli settlements is an obligation under international law
In James Crawford's opinion, the duty of non-recognition of illegal settlement activity does not mandate states to withhold from trading with them. In my opinion, this is incorrect.