The Palestinian Authority has acted as a subcontractor for Israel. Read more about Outsourcing the occupation
An errand between a father and son becomes a truthful look at Nazareth and its people in Annemarie Jacir’s Wajib. Read more about Stuck between duty and decay
Nearly half of all Democrats believe Israel is a “racist country.” Read more about Are Democrats deserting Israel?
Reporting on Palestine circumscribed by editorial framing narratives. Read more about Painting a false picture
New study guide is a significant breakthrough for faith-based groups championing Palestinian rights. Read more about Ending colonialism in Palestine
A shocking documentation of wholesale violations of international law. Read more about Israel’s secret assassinations
A contemporary portrait of a people who continue to resist both occupation and simple categorization. Read more about Palestinian writers revealed
Female leadership in the first intifada was quashed by the Oslo accords. Read more about A woman's rebellion
One democratic state in historic Palestine is the sole realistic option. Read more about Can a minority rule a majority in perpetuity?
Little-known journalist predicted the consequences of Britain’s meddling in Palestine. Read more about Putting Balfour on trial