Responsibility to Protect and Palestine

edited by Coralie Pison Hindawi

June 2019

As Palestinians commemorate the Nakba’s seventy-first anniversary amidst particularly violent Israeli reactions to the ongoing Great March of Return, this virtual roundtable brings together a number of scholars, activists, practitioners, and legal experts with longstanding commitment to justice in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict in order to discuss the applicability, usefulness (or lack thereof) and overall significance of the Responsibility to Protect (R2P) doctrine for Palestine.

This roundtable is a first in a series of virtual roundtables organized by the Beirut School for Critical Security Studies. Our goal is for these roundtables to serve as platforms for exchange and discussion.