The military disparity between Israel and Gaza is but the most violent among many.
Ordinary citizens are making their voices heard by moving millions of dollars out of the big banks’ coffers.
New Israeli legislation limits and taxes contributions to organizations opposed to the occupation.
The author explores Washington’s vitriolic response to the Palestinian Authority’s plan to declare statehood.
It’s inevitable that the settlements and Gaza will soon complicate the Israeli protests.
The director of our New Internationalism project commented on President Obama’s Middle East speech urging for a peace process based on the 1967 borders and land swaps.
The Obama administration cast its first UN Security Council veto.
Bureaucratic defeat within the United Nations security council might lead to diplomatic victory for those seeking to end Israeli settlements in Palestinian territories.
Once again the U.S. places the burden of compromising on the settlements squarely on Palestine shoulders.
How Israel can walk back settlements yet save face.
The Israeli-Palestinian peace talks will almost certainly continue with or without a settlement freeze — but does that really matter?
Beneath the Israel-Palestine clash is the all-too-familiar conflict of development: urban growth meets indigenous resistance.
The U.S. has to start pressuring Israel to cooperate.
In his recent AIPAC speech, Barack Obama veers right.
The Middle East summit in Annapolis is likely to be no more than a photo op.