Enhanced potential for Palestinian rights at EU undercut by rising xenophobia in UK. Read more about Why Brexit may be Palestine’s gain
European Union and the conflict
A new edition of Avi Shlaim’s book on the 1956 invasion of Egypt is solid, but not much has been updated. Read more about Israel's conspiracy to invade Nasser's Egypt
Moves to “recognize Palestine” and co-opt the boycott, divestment and sanctions movement aim to guarantee Israel’s survival as a racist state. Read more about Recognizing Palestine, BDS and the survival of Israel
During my detention, Israeli officials seemed obsessed about my humanitarian activities. Read more about Why does Israel feel threatened by humanitarian workers?
A cooperation agreement involving a firm that deprives Palestinians of water was signed recently in Rome. Read more about Israel's water apartheid embraced by Italy
Europe is paying for services that Israel is legally obliged to provide as the occupying power. Read more about Is EU aid a smokescreen around Palestine's problems?
Guidelines on ending grants to firms active in the occupied West Bank do not go far enough. Read more about EU sanctions Israeli settlements but not state that created them
A well-respected Dutch civil society group believes that dialogue, not boycott, is the way forward. Read more about Why do charities want to "normalize" Israeli apartheid?
Still in solitary confinement three years after his abduction, Dirar Abu Sisi has suffered severe weight loss. Read more about Israel breaks pledge to allow imprisoned Gaza engineer family visits
Human rights are supposed to be at the core of all the EU’s activities. Why, then, is it boosting economic cooperation with Israel? Read more about European Parliament must reject new trade deal with Israel