Parsons, Nigel
November 2009
New Zealand International Review;Nov/Dec2009, Vol. 34 Issue 6, p26
Academic Journal
The article discusses the position of New Zealand towards Israel and Palestine. New Zealand is consistent on its position towards both countries since its partition in 1947 and its support for a two-state solution. It provides the features of New Zealand's policy such the technical substance of its position, the motivation for that position and the warming of New-Zealand-Israel relations. New Zealand has a good track record of supporting United Nation's (UN) operations in the Palestinian area and its financial support for UN Relief & Works Agency.


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