On this week’s podcast, Alaa Tartir of al-Shabaka discusses the role of international donors in the de-development of the Palestinian economy, and what is needed to build Palestinian economic self-sustainability. Read more about Podcast: Alaa Tartir on building a sustainable Palestinian "resistance economy"
A new report by the Palestinian Policy Network, al-Shabaka, takes a deep look at the role that the World Bank and international donors have had in the de-development of the Palestinian economy. Read more about New report deconstructs World Bank's recommendations for Palestinian economy
Growing vegetables in rooftop gardens empowers Palestinian families who live in an overcrowded refugee camp. Read more about Rooftop gardens project aims to reduce refugees' dependence on aid
Israel’s monopoly over distribution of fuel to the occupied West Bank and Gaza Strip has yet to be challenged by the Palestinian Authority. Read more about Palestinian Authority silent as Israel consolidates fuel monopoly
Palestinian analysts continue to hotly debate the Palestinian Authority’s UN “statehood” bid Read more about Palestinian analysts continue to debate, oppose PA "statehood" bid
Since the start of the Arab uprisings in January, Palestinians have been hotly debating how they can break out of their own political impasse and rebuild their national movement. Read more about Where is the Palestinian Tahrir Square?
While Egypt has played an important role in the fate of the Palestinian national movement, little attention has been paid to Palestinians in Egypt. In a new policy brief from Al-Shabaka: the Palestinian Policy Network, Oroub el-Abed gives an overview of the experience of Palestinians in Egypt and where they stand today. Read more about Oroub al-Abed on "The Invisible Community: Egypt's Palestinians"
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