Louis René Beres

Louis René Beres is Emeritus Professor of International Law at Purdue University and the author of many books and articles dealing with Israel, strategy, and international law. Chair of Project Daniel (Israel, 2003), he was born in Zürich, Switzerland, on August 31, 1945. Professor Beres' latest book is Surviving Amid Chaos: Israel's Nuclear Strategy (Rowman & Littlefield, 2016).

Writings by Louis René Beres  (View Biography)

Title Date
Who is Responsible under International Law for the New Gaza Wars?2016/09/02
Why There Can Be No "Demilitarized" Palestinian State2016/08/24
The Other Root of Terrorism2016/08/09
Israel, Gaza and "Proportionality"2016/05/19
Israel and "Palestine": What International Law Requires2016/05/12
The "Two State Solution": Irony and Truth2016/04/27
Palestinian Statehood?2014/10/22
The Jihadists' Promise: Power over Death2014/09/23
Undermining Justice: Israel-Hamas Cease-Fire Breaches International Law2014/09/10
The Gaza War: Appearance vs. Reality2014/08/19

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