In response to the recent death of Ariel Sharon, Maria Holt explores what life has meant to thousands of Palestinian women living in Lebanese refugee camps.
Making distinctions between testimony given by the victim and confession made by the perpetrator, Raya Morag ventures to define and analyse perpetrator trauma in Israeli cinema, post- second-Intifada.
With competing struggles over space, identity and memory, how should understanding long-term conflict in the Middle East be addressed?
What are the choices left for Palestinians if there is to be a two-state solution? In the aftermath of Mahmoud Abbas, the Palestinian president’s successful bid at the UN in November 2012, one must ask how the UN recognising Palestine as an observer member is getting us closer to the main issues of peace for …
Images are now playing a central part in processes of political struggle, and as Lina Khatib argues, changing the way politics are being communicated in the Middle East.
Ten years on from when Iran’s nuclear intentions were revealed, David Patrikarakos evaluates what the situation is like now, and why the international community continues to get things wrong.
One issue in particular strained the relationship between American President Harry Truman, and British Prime Minister Clement Attlee – Palestine.
Qatar is famous for its extremely flexible diplomacy, and as Allen J. Fromherz shows, no example demonstrates this better than its dealings with Israel.
Nurit Peled-Elhanan asks: how is Palestine, and the Palestinians against whom young Israelis will potentially be required to use force against, portrayed in the school system?