International law has proven an “antirevolutionary pacifying force” for Palestinians. Read more about Much hope but little gain
Israel enjoys international legitimacy despite its long history of aggression. Read more about Brute force and impudence
Author contends that radical pinkwatching undermines solidarity with queer Palestinians. Read more about Anti-Zionism versus anti-homophobia?
Popular culture has imagined Zionism as an extension of the American frontier. Read more about Darker shadows of shared supremacy
What wisdom can a do-gooding newcomer provide? Read more about A view of Palestine from a bicycle seat
Militarism is at the core of the Zionist project. Read more about Repressing Palestinians is in Israel's DNA
Academic freedom arguments to protect speech on Palestine are insufficient. Read more about How universities serve as outposts of Israeli colonial control
The inexplicable vanishing of a population is the premise of Ibtisam Azem’s disturbing novel. Read more about What if Palestinians just disappeared?
Zionism is incompatible with democracy. Read more about A century of complicity
Adania Shibli’s third novel is physically light but carries literary weight. Read more about When duty destroys morality
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