The former UN special rapporteur on Palestine excoriates the pro-Israel bias of The New York Times in his new book. Read more about The moral clarity of Richard Falk
Corporations and violations of Palestinians' rights
From Palestine to Mexico, occupation’s profiteers are raking in millions. Read more about Ten years after world court ruling, widening the crack in Israel's wall
A student referendum at DePaul University in Chicago will make it harder for pro-Israel lobby groups to influence divestment efforts. Read more about Why we're taking a different approach to divestment
Proposed legislation guarantees more US-Mexico border deaths and huge payouts to Israeli contractors. Read more about How Israel's war industry profits from violent US immigration "reform"
State-owned companies are trying to Judaize the old city of Akka. Read more about Israel serves eviction orders to Palestinians in world heritage city
Benjamin Netanyahu omitted any reference to theft of Palestinian water resources during his visit to a parched California. Read more about Silicon Valley accord recycles myth of Israel's green record
Israel has been trying to transform indigenous farmers into an “urban proletariat” since at least the 1960s. Read more about New SodaStream factory could help destroy Bedouin agriculture
University officials must divest from companies that profit from Israeli war crimes. Read more about Are we attending a university, or a cold, faceless corporation?
Corporate Watch’s research trip to Palestine aims to connect young activists in Gaza and those in the west. Read more about Forging new links to boycott movement in Gaza
Cornell NYC Tech will not address questions about Haifa institute which develops technology used by Israeli army against Palestinian civilians. Read more about New York tech university evasive about Israeli partner's role in arms industry