Mahmoud Abbas’ beleaguered authority in the crosshairs. Read more about Future of PA tested in West Bank's lawless alleys
Mahmoud Abbas consolidates grip on movement as looming crises facing Palestinians are left unaddressed. Read more about Fatah votes to keep its head in sand
Fatah and Hamas face leadership transitions and dearth of ideas. Read more about Are Palestinians ready for Trump?
What is the real reason for the cancellation of elections in the West Bank and Gaza? Read more about Mahmoud Abbas runs scared of democracy
Recent moves to stifle political opposition suggest West Bank leadership struggling to grapple with deep public disillusionment. Read more about PA cracks down on dissent as Abbas runs out of options
Why was Palestinian Authority leader Mahmoud Abbas trying to get Cuba to free a USAID contractor accused of spying and convicted of subversion? Read more about Hoping to unfreeze US aid dollars, Abbas asked Cuba to free accused American spy
An initial reading of the Palestine Papers provides details of hitherto unknown secret, high-level “Quadripartite” meetings among Israeli, American, Egyptian and Palestinian officials whose explicit goal appears to have been to undermine the Palestinian national unity government. Read more about The Palestine Papers and the "Gaza coup"
United States officials participated in a conspiracy to arm and train Contra-style Palestinian militias nominally loyal to the Fatah party to overthrow the democratically-elected Hamas government. Read more about Revealed: the US plan to start a Palestinian civil war
A small but vivid piece of evidence to add to the existing mountain of the conspiracy in which Mahmoud Abbas’s leadership is involved. Read more about Overcoming the conspiracy against Palestine
The dramatic rout of the US and Israeli-backed Palestinian militias in Gaza by forces loyal to Hamas represents a major setback to the Bush doctrine in Palestine. Read more about A setback for the Bush doctrine in Gaza
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