The Biden administration thought it could muddle through with the usual pro-Israel platitudes, but rising awareness of Israeli apartheid is making that impossible.
Phyllis Bennis discusses the latest developments in Jerusalem and Gaza, and the explosion at a girl’s school in Kabul, Afghanistan.
The recent vote at the UN reflects the profound global antagonism that the Trump administration has caused and indeed embraced
A vital discussion about the US moving its embassy to Jerusalem and officially recognizing the sacred and controversial city as the capital of Israel.
There are no peace talks underway that might be threatened by U.S. recognition of Jerusalem. But the move makes peace in the war-torn region far less likely.
Trump’s statements on the Middle East reflect hardline views one day and more conventional ones the next.
If the U.S. goes ahead with the GOP plan, says Phyllis Bennis, “all bets are off.”
A powerful new solo show on the Israel-Palestine conflict presents the sounds of one man wrestling.
Housing demolitions create an environment of constant anxiety for Palestinians in the West Bank and Jerusalem, increasing the likelihood of violent retaliation.
Despite Washington’s move toward detente with Iran, other regional conflicts — especially in Israel-Palestine, where an “intifada of knives” is underway — are looking as volatile as ever.
How a semantic argument over passports prompted a debate over who gets to shape U.S. foreign policy toward Israel-Palestine.
As a way to maintain its control in East Jerusalem, the Israeli government has been displacing Palestinians through housing demolition orders.
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In his recent AIPAC speech, Barack Obama veers right.
Despite his recent visit to the region, President Bushs policy is still undermining Israeli-Palestinian peace.