Biden can’t say he’s putting human rights first and then welcome a prime minister who boasts about war crimes to the White House.
There are obvious links between anti-war movements against U.S. militarism and Black Lives Matter activism against police brutality. Is time for activists to join forces?
Pulling out of Israel’s illegal settlements, encouraged by a petition campaign in their home state of Vermont, is consistent with their history — and U.S. public opinion.
Some in Washington may be so glad to be rid of Netanyahu that they’ll welcome his even more hardline successor.
The new government — if it takes power at all — is united only around ousting Netanyahu. Here’s what that could mean.
The Biden administration thought it could muddle through with the usual pro-Israel platitudes, but rising awareness of Israeli apartheid is making that impossible.
The only winner in the perennial confrontation between Israel and Hamas: Benjamin Netanyahu.
Netanyahu’s political troubles — and an arms industry eager to battle test new wares on Gazans — may help explain the latest escalation of violence.
Phyllis Bennis discusses the latest developments in Jerusalem and Gaza, and the explosion at a girl’s school in Kabul, Afghanistan.
The report reflects the power of decades of work in defense of Palestinian rights.
Let’s spend less on supporting vaccine apartheid abroad, and more on ending it at home.
The U.S.-brokered pact makes no pretense of peace for Palestinians. Instead, it sharpens a regional coalition against Iran.
IPS honors World Refugee Day with a reception and book signing for our board member Noura Eraka and her newly published book on “Law and the Question of Palestine.”
The U.S.-funded Israeli military is shooting so many unarmed Palestinians that the UN is warning of an amputation crisis in Gaza.
Phyllis Bennis discusses the recent Israeli bombardment of the Gaza Strip and the real nature of Kushner’s supposed “Deal of the Century.”