Analysis Following UN Vote on Palestine, Israel May Now Find Itself at The Hague

Since 1967, Israel has attempted to cement its occupation of the territories while evading international culpability. The Palestinians' successful statehood bid may change that, but it is far from a sure thing.

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s decision to build more housing units in the settlements, coming hot on the heels of the United Nations General Assembly’s declaration of Palestine as a non-member observer state, could put Israel on a collision course with the International Criminal Court in The Hague.