Richard Falk: Parodies of ParityMay 2015
Our understanding of Israel’s occupation of Palestine must be reoriented to acknowledge the relation between oppressor and oppressed is not one of equal responsibility.
Richard Falk: The Semantics of StruggleMay 2015
Words used against the grain.
Sandy Tolan: Flute at the Check PointMay 2015
The everyday politics of confinement and the power of music in Palestine.
Journey to the OtherApril 2015
The scholar and peace activist on Palestinian centrism, living as an exile, and learning from both Fatah and Israeli soldiers on the road to radical compassion.
Richard Falk: Netanyahu, The Day AfterMarch 2015
Congress's self-destructive embrace.
Michael Schwarz: Israel, Gaza, and Energy Wars in the Middle EastFebruary 2015
How Gazan natural gas became the epicenter of an international power struggle
Jon Rubin: Conflict KitchenJanuary 2015
Chelsea Haines talks with artist Jon Rubin about the surprisingly controversial politics of serving Palestinian food in Pittsburgh.
What the Trees RevealJanuary 2015
When we moved to the Ella Valley, my partner and I took great care not to build on land that might have belonged to Palestinians before the war of 1948.
Richard Falk: Sweden Moves to Recognize PalestineOctober 2014
What's the use of diplomatic recognition?
Richard Falk: After ‘Protective Edge’September 2014
What is the future for Palestine and Israel?
Kareem James Abu-Zeid: A Search for Justice and Expansive IdentitiesAugust 2014
Nathalie Handal talks to Kareem James Abu-Zeid about translating the Palestinian poet Najwan Darwish and conveying the layered politics and fluid identities found in his work.
Once ReturnedAugust 2014
I admit my decision to move my family to Gaza is kind of strange.
Atef Abu Saif: We’re OK in GazaAugust 2014
Dispatch from Gaza: What is there to do but push back with a bit of stubborn strength, scratch at the thing with your bare fingernails, while your veins still have blood in them?
Mona Abu Sharekh: Without WordsAugust 2014
Dispatch from Gaza: A diary entry describes one hour of a sleepless night during the fighting.
you’re nothing, / absolutely nothing, / but a Palestinian.
Atef Abu Saif: The Children Have Barely SleptJuly 2014
Dispatch from Gaza: Day-to-day life continues even in a war zone, but sleep does not.
Richard Falk: The Time has ComeJuly 2014
Do Israel's military operations against Gaza constitute war crimes?
Richard Falk: No Exit from GazaJuly 2014
The international community's failure to protect innocent Gazans is appalling.
To Zion and BackJuly 2014
The journalist on the rise of Israeli extremism.
Richard Falk: Obama and Hubris at West PointJune 2014
Rejecting mindless militarism won't be the end of ultranationalism.
Richard Falk: Pope Francis Visits PalestineMay 2014
Can religious power still have transformative effects?
Richard Falk: Why The Peace Talks Collapsed and Should Not Be ResumedMay 2014
The United States' double role in Israel-Palestinian negotiations.
Old Wine, Broken BottleMay 2014
Ari Shavit as harbinger of Israel’s new hard sell to American Jews.
Sousan Hammad: Islands of AmnesiaFebruary 2014
Guilt was a knot in my grandfather’s stomach, and the decision to leave was a wound that only surfaced when he faded out of this world.
By the SeaFebruary 2014
The filmmaker on finding inspiration in poetry and the meaning of “home” in Palestine.
Chase Madar: The Folly of Arming IsraelFebruary 2014
Why America should stop arming Israel to the teeth.
Richard Falk: Uncovering Occupied PalestineFebruary 2014
Life under occupation in Hany Alu-Assad's Omar.
Richard Falk: The International Year of Solidarity with the Palestinian PeopleJanuary 2014
A little noted initiative by the United Nations sparks hope for a just and sustainable peace in the region.
Michelle Chen: A Deluge of Sewage in Palestine, but Still No WaterDecember 2013
When a natural resource becomes a weapon of war.
From Left FieldDecember 2013
The controversial author unravels the complexity of the Israel-Palestine conflict and the “inevitable tragedy” at the heart of Zionism.
Exit StrategyNovember 2013
In the occupied West Bank, “Undesirable life is ended, and unauthorized death is banned.”
A Re-Imagined PalestineSeptember 2013
Larissa Sansour explores the Palestinian condition by using science fiction in her films and photography.
Ira Chernus: Obama Walks the High Wire, Eyes ClosedApril 2013
When it comes to Israel, Palestine, and Iran, it could all come crashing down.
Natalie Storey: Sacred LandFebruary 2013
The impossible and necessary vision of Palestinian writer Ghassan Kanafani
Richard Falk: An Early Assessment of the Gaza CeasefireNovember 2012
The recent Gaza ceasefire may be a turning point in the long Israeli-Palestinian struggle.
Oded Na’aman: It’s Mostly PunishmentNovember 2012
Testimonies by veterans of the Israeli Defense Forces from Gaza and elsewhere.
The Five-Star OccupationAugust 2012
Is Ramallah’s economic boom a sign of progress or surrender?
Life Under LockdownAugust 2012
Residents of the Gaza Strip are restricted in their movements, in what they can bring into and send out of their land, even how far off their shores they can fish. Words, though, know no borders.
Richard Falk: For What?July 2012
Richard Falk considers how he came to find himself so drawn to the Palestinian cause.
Richard Falk: Pros and Cons of Solidarity with the Palestinian StruggleJuly 2012
In solidarity efforts, our way may not always be the best way.
Richard Falk: On Human IdentityJuly 2012
It's time to focus on the things that unite us in the common struggle for a brighter future.
Not the Israel My Parents Promised MeJuly 2012
In an excerpt from his posthumous graphic memoir, Pekar contends with his identity and the Jewish state.
Ian Rhodewalt: Running in PalestineMay 2012
In Palestine, running can be more than an athletic endeavor.
Richard Falk: Beyond the Politics of InvisibilityMay 2012
Should the story of the Palestinian hunger strikers be getting more attention, and, if so, who should give it to them?
Richard Falk: The Nakba 2012May 2012
How recent hunger strikes have changed the tone of the day commemorating the Palestinian displacement after the Israeli Declaration of Independence."
Richard Falk: Reflections on the Great Palestinian Prison Hunger Strikes of 2012May 2012
The end of the Palestinian hunger strike provides opportunity for reflection on its media coverage, legacy, and history.
Randa Jarrar: Imagining Myself in PalestineMay 2012
On a recent trip to Israel, Randa Jarrar gets detained, denied entry, and sent to the "Arab Room."
Richard Falk: Under the RadarMay 2012
Thousands of Palestinian prisoners are staging hunger strikes in Israeli detention centers.
Capturing TripoliMarch 2012 One year after the UN approval of a no-fly zone over Libya, Award-winning photojournalist and war correspondent Medyan Dairieh discusses life on the frontline.
Richard Falk: The Ordeal of Hana ShalabiMarch 2012
Hana Shalabi continues her historic hunger strike to protest abuse that she experienced and her objections to the Israeli practice of prolonged detention without charges, without trial.
UnsettledNovember 2011 Israeli journalist Amira Hass on the next Palestinian uprising and her attempts to cut through propaganda to get at the truths of the lives next door.
Re-Imagining Palestine in a Changing Arab Region: A Conversation Between Norman Finkelstein and Raja ShehadehApril 2011
|Guernica and OR Books present a conversation between political scientist Norman Finkelstein and Palestinian writer and lawyer Raja Shehadeh at Alwan for the Arts, 8 p.m., April 19th.|