The United Nations Security Council has again undermined efforts to end the Israeli occupation.
The Institute for Policy Studies joins this unique showcase of the work of Palestinian filmmakers and artists for audiences in Washington, DC Metropolitan area.
An IPS analysis, commentary and statement of solidarity exposing how America has invested heavily in foreign as well as domestic militarization while disinvesting in public welfare and security.
Come and hear first hand from Tariq Abu Khdeir, the 15-year-old Palestinian-American arrested and beaten by Israeli police in Jerusalem last month.
In spite of international condemnation and a rising death toll in Gaza, the United States’ continued support of Israel poses major obstacles to reaching a ceasefire.
Our movement isn’t strong enough yet to end US enabling of the carnage in Gaza—but the shift in public discourse is a crucial first step.
There is nothing remotely honorable in the legacy of Ariel Sharon, Israel’s perhaps most consistent war criminal.
Phyllis Bennis traces her development from an active Zionist youth to a leading U.S. critic of Israel and international anti-war activist on The Real News.
Hear about the current human rights situation in the occupied Palestinian territories.
On the ground, in the real world, of course there is no longer any possibility of a real “two-state” solution.
U.S. policy should emphasize direct diplomacy to negotiate a ceasefire with all sides including Syrian President Bashar Assad, but direct military intervention will lead to more bloodshed and Obama fighting on the side of an Al-Qaeda affiliated organization.
Phyllis Bennis and Shir Hever discuss the timing of the talks, U.S and European interests in resuming them, and the imbalanced power between the negotiating sides
Secretary of State John Kerry’s Middle East negotiations are doomed to the same failure as the 22 years of failed diplomacy that precedes them.
Are zombies the key to peace between Israel and Palestine?
What the civil war in Syria and the Arab Spring have exposed is that the massive political and social transformation and real regime change underway is led by the people themselves, largely without military force and certainly with no role for the United States. U.S. military involvement serves only to escalate the destruction.